Located on a hilly plateau between two gorgeous lakes, Predator Ridge Resort is a stunning setting for hiking. The network includes over 25km of maintained hiking trails. All the details are here, with our top recommendations and more
Pincushion Mountain is a short yet moderately challenging hiking trail with a spectacular payoff. Views from the summit showcase beautiful Okanagan Lake, backdropped by Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park and endless other peaks. All you need to know is here!
With more and more people exploring the backcountry of Canada, calls to Search and Rescue are increasing. There are, however, ways to reduce the probability of getting into a dangerous situation. It’s all about preparation – here’s what you need to know
It’s normal to be frightened of encountering a bear. The best way to reduce this fear is to learn. This guide will provide an introduction to bear safety for anyone wanting to explore Canada.
Leave No Trace. It’s the closest thing to an ethics code for people exploring the great outdoors. Leave No Trace. It’s the closest thing to an ethics code for people exploring the great outdoors. Learn more about Leave No Trace and the seven principles that help us practice doing so!
Gorgeous glacial lakes are a hallmark of the Canadian Rockies, with canoeing being the perfect way to fully appreciate the beauty and tranquility of them. Read on to discover all the details you need to know to go canoeing on Lake Louise, Moraine Lake and Emerald Lake.
The Banff area has some of the most impressive scenery in Canada but did you know that there’s also incredible beauty to be found underground as well? One of the largest cave systems in Canada is located in nearby Canmore, just 20 minutes drive east of Banff. Read on to discover everything you need to know about exploring Rat’s Nest Cave with Canmore Cave Tours!
As North America’s largest paddle only lake, Murtle Lake offers canoeists and kayakers an unparalleled wilderness experience in British Columbia, Canada. Read abut our six day experience and then discover how to plan your own Murtle Lake trip
Wells Gray Provincial Park is a huge wilderness area in British Columbia, featuring as many as 39 spectacular waterfalls as well as pristine glacier-fed lakes, snow capped mountains and more. This post will tell you everything you need to know to plan a visit, focusing particularly on the scenic Clearwater Valley Road drive through the park and the waterfalls that make Wells Gray so unique.
Whether you’re starting a week-long hike in the mountains or want to explore a 6km long trail near the highway, here are the essential items you should be carrying.