Striking McIntyre Bluff rises 300m above beautiful Vaseux Lake, providing awesome panoramic views of vineyards, orchards and arid lands to those who take the time to hike it. It’s a must do Okanagan Valley trail!
Hidden in the deep green valleys of Vancouver Island’s Strathcona Park is the Della Falls trail to Canada’s highest waterfall. Read about our experience and follow the guide to visit Della Falls yourself
A 50km hike through lush rainforest, sand dunes, stunning beaches and interesting history in Cape Scott Provincial Park, at the North-Western tip of Vancouver Island. All the details to hike this unique trail yourself.
Just 500 metres from Penticton home is access to the best trail system in the southern Okanagan – the Kettle Valley Railway trail! The KVR is an abandoned railway line that was built in 1915. Since the 1990s, it has been taking users around the mountains, vineyards and lakes of the beautiful Okanagan Valley
This time last year, JR and I had never been on an overnight backpacking trip. Sure, we had been on overnight paddling trips, but that…
The Grizzly Lake trail is a 23km journey to the foot of the some of the most spectacular mountains in Canada. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your own trip!
Tombstone Territorial Park is an unusual place. For one thing, it is host to the most incredible rugged mountains you could ever imagine. Secondly, you are actively encouraged to hike away from the trails.
A cathedral of trees on Vancouver Island’s West Coast, including some of the tallest and biggest trees in the world. Carmanah Walbran is a place like no other, a pilgrimage here is definitely worth making despite the more difficult access.
The Circlet Lake Trail (23km return) was our first big hiking challenge, with views of Mount Albert Edward and many lakes.