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.
My experience on the UK’s 100 mile long South Downs Way path travelling through farms, forests, fields and ancient settlements.
A perfect parallelogram of lakes, rivers and portages surrounded by temperate rainforest and imposing mountains – our Bowron Lakes experience plus tips and advice
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.
With beautiful views, well-maintained facilities, a convenient location and just the right amount of challenge, the Sayward Canoe Circuit is a great choice for a paddling trip for novices and veterans alike. It’s a unique Vancouver Island paddling experience to rival other canoe trip experiences in British Columbia.
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.
The easiest way to see the tallest mountain in Canada, Mt Logan, is to take a small plane flight above Kluane National Park. It’s an awe inspiring experience you will never forget.
Weeks 12 and 13 on our Western Canada road trip included Canada Day celebrations in Dawson City followed by a two week 740km canoe trip down the Yukon River from Whitehorse back to Dawson
Including eight lakes and around 55km of paddling, the Powell Forest Canoe Route is an exciting beyond the beaten path multi-day paddling adventure on the Sunshine Coast.