The word “Yoho” is a Cree expression of awe and wonder. And these are the exact sentiments that hiking in Yoho National Park leave you with. The park is filled with emerald lakes, towering rock walls, and gorgeous waterfalls – a spectacular and special place for exploring the backcountry. Starting in the town of Field, hiking up the Burgess Pass to Yoho Lake, across the Iceline, down the valley of the Little… Read More
Having tackled this trail over a year ago now, I still love looking back on pictures. The 75km trail on the west coast of Vancouver Island is without a doubt one of the most beautiful backpacking trails in Canada. As always, I love going on adventures in the shoulder seasons when I’ll have a better chance of finding myself alone in remote locations. So May was the perfect time to start the… Read More
Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario has stolen a little piece of my heart. Having explored the park in all four seasons, it is undeniably a gem and a home away from the Rockies. Here is my best of Algonquin.