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 – here are just 73 of the best things to do!
The Heather Trail offers a near-perfect backpacking experience with stunning views, interesting terrain and great camping facilities. If you’ve only got time to do one summer hike in Manning Park, this should be the one!
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?
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
Less predictable weather but we had no shortage of fun (or wine) in Penticton this summer
If you’re looking for a fun and hassle-free first-time backcountry experience in British Columbia, head to Cathedral in the beautiful Okanagan-Thompson region.
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!