Mount Assiniboine is a jewel in the crown of the Canadian Rockies and a hiker’s dream. This comprehensive hiking guide will explain everything you need to know about planning a backpacking trip to this magnificent provincial park
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!
The Heather Trail is one of British Columbia’s premier backpacking paths, offering huge rewards for relatively little effort. Featuring sweeping mountain views, vibrant wildflower meadows, great camping facilities and minimal elevation gain, it’s the ideal destination for a first time backpacking trip.
The Rim Trail is one of British Columbia’s best one-day hikes. Stunning vistas, interesting rock formations, azure lakes, moderate difficulty hiking and the potential to see mountain goats….what more could you want?
Magnificently mountainous Okanagan Mountain Park, British Columbia, offers incredible paddling and hiking opportunities – here’s a complete guide, with campground details, trail descriptions, safety tips and more
Banff, Alberta, is the jewel of the Rockies. It’s also the most expensive summer destination in Canada and experiencing a tourism boom. There are other, equally magnificent, options. Here are my top five alternatives to Banff and everything you need to know about them!
The 1.4km Revelstoke Mountain Coaster is an exhilarating ride like no other in British Columbia, Canada. This guide features everything you need to know about riding the Revelstoke Mountain Coaster, including an experience guide as well as insider tips and advice to make the most of your day at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
Not only does Kicking Horse’s Via Ferrata offer some of the most impressive alpine views you’ll ever see, but it also allows for an incredibly safe yet exciting climbing experience.
The Naramata Bench is home to the highest concentration of wineries in BC – over 35 wineries in one twenty kilometer stretch Here’s all of the details of our budget walking wine tour of the Naramata Bench, visiting as many as 11 wineries
If you are looking for an unforgettable northern Ontario angling trip (and maybe catch your own huge northern pike or two), read on to discover more about Lake Huron fishing
Imagine a place with all of the incredible mountain vistas of Banff National Park but none of the mass tourism. This is Alberta’s Kananaskis Valley and the best way to explore is from Mount Engadine Lodge, a road accessible wilderness lodge with all the comforts of civilisation.
Anyone who only stops to grab a bratwurst, drink a beer and admire the wooden balconies and tiered roofs, would be missing out on the incredible range of things to do in Leavenworth. Here’s a complete list!
Prince Edward Island has an incredible range of spectacular beaches, especially being Canada’s smallest province. Last summer, we took on the challenge to find the best beaches in PEI, driving over 2000km to see as much of the island as we could. Here is what we discovered
Cape Breton’s Fishing Cove trail is a 12km out and back hike, easily accessible from the beautiful Cabot Trail. It an be completed as either a day hike (4-5 hours) or an overnight backpacking trip.
Halifax is a fun, friendly and young city, especially in summer. In fact, it rivals Vancouver for my favourite city in Canada. Here is everything we discovered about celebrating summer in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
British Columbia’s beautiful southern Okanagan Valley has a lot to offer residents and visitors all year round. Discover 80+ amazing things to do, as recommended by a local, to help you have the BEST visit!
Floating the Penticton Channel is a summer must do in British Columbia, Canada. The slow, shallow river is the perfect place to relax, listen to music, drink, chat and sunbathe – it is BC’s largest summer party!
With a mix of coastal Alaskan scenery, diamonds and cruise ships, Skagway is a beautiful yet baffling town. But there is still plenty of wilderness spirit in this small community, even if it is hard to see in the height of summer
If you’re looking for a fun and hassle-free first-time backcountry experience in British Columbia, head to Cathedral Provincial Park in the beautiful Okanagan-Thompson region.
There’s more sun, sea and sand in British Columbia than you may expect. Here are some of the best beaches we have come across in this beautiful province, ranging from rugged and wild black rock studded beaches to long swathes of sand ideal for sunbathing!