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!
The mountain peaks, valleys, and lakes that surround Lake O’Hara are among the most beautiful alpine regions in the world. If you haven’t visited yet, get ready to add it to your bucket list! Activities in the area include hiking, climbing, scrambling, camping, fishing, glacier swimming, canoeing, snowshoeing, skiing, and skating. With so much to do, it can be hard to narrow it down for just one weekend or even a day. That`s where we come in! Keep reading for our favorite Lake O`Hara hikes in Yoho National Park and why you`ll love them too.
Egypt Lake is a beautiful back-country campground located in Banff National Park. It is quickly gaining popularity thanks to the towering peaks, stunning alpine lakes, and charming mountain meadows in the area. This backpackers paradise is perfect for any outdoor enthusiast looking for a multi-day adventure. Keep reading for everything you need to know about this phenomenal hike!
Planning a back country camping trip this summer? There has literally never been a better time! Backpacking is a great way to escape the city, unplug, and soak up some uninterrupted time in nature. Packing for one of these trips, however, takes thought, practice, and tetris-like stacking skills. Don`t worry though, we`ve got your back!
The Kuliouou Ridge Trail is probably the #1 hike that I would recommend in Oahu. Known for it`s gorgeous views and close proximity to Honolulu, this moderate out and back does not disappoint. Keep reading for everything you need to know about hiking the Kuliouou Ridge Trail in Oahu, Hawaii.
The Haiku Stairs, commonly known as the “Stairway to Heaven”, offer a jaw-dropping, iconic view over the landscape of Oahu. Many eager hikers travel to this Hawaiian island with hopes of getting to experience this unbelievable trail for themselves. Unfortunately, this trail has actually been closed to the public and deemed illegal since 1987. So how is it that you keep seeing recent photos of hikers summiting this incredible peak?