Banff National Park is home to a variety of outdoor activities ideal for adventure lovers. In the winter, one of our favourite ways to spend the day is ice skating. These frozen lakes offer the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with your crew, get a little exercise, and enjoy the great outdoors.
Vancouver Island is one of our all-time favourite places to visit. This rugged slice of heaven in British Columbia, Canada, offers outdoor enthusiasts a diverse range of landscapes to explore, from lush rainforests to picturesque mountain vistas. In this blog post, we are going to outline 17 incredible easy hikes on Vancouver Island and why we think you’ll love them, too!
Vancouver Island, located off the southwestern coast of British Columbia, is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Among its many scenic hikes, the trek to 5040 Peak is an adventure that promises an unforgettable experience. In this blog post, we will share everything you need to know before visiting our favourite place on Vancouver Island.
Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Moraine Lake stands as a testament to Canada’s unparalleled beauty. Surrounded by towering peaks and lush forests, this iconic alpine lake has become a popular destination for anyone visiting Banff National Park.
Famous for turquoise blue lakes, majestic peaks and awe-inspiring wildlife, Banff National Park is one of our favourite places on the planet. In this blog post, we are going to share the best way to visit Moraine Lake, Lake Louise AND Emerald Lake with our number one tour company, Big Nature.
Floe Lake is a beautiful backcountry campground located in Kootenay National Park. The stunning mountains, clear blue alpine lake, and meadows full of wildflowers make it one of our personal favourites in all of Canada! This backpackers’ paradise is part of the Rockwall Trail and accessible from the Floe Lake trailhead on Highway 93. Keep reading for everything you need to know about this phenomenal backcountry hike!