Calgary is known for its skiing, its snow, and, of course, its Olympic history. You might not be an Olympic bobsledder, but you can break your own records and make your own memories in this beautiful Canadian City. If you’re in Alberta, you can’t pass up the trip here. I’d
Vancouver, British Columbia is one of Canada’s most amazing cities. You really haven’t done Canada until you’ve done Vancouver. Here are the places you have to go when you visit.
All over Vancouver, there are stunning hiking trails through wilderness and forested hills. If you want to see the ancient
The Canada Olympic Park in Calgary isn’t just famous for hosting the 1988 Winter Olympics, although that is its main claim to fame. It’s also known for being the setting of the popular movie Cool Runnings, which is about the first ever Jamaican Bobsled team that went to the Olympics.
Maligne Lake + Maligne Canyon + Maligne Lake Canoeing
Jasper, Alberta is a beautiful as the name suggests. I spent some time tromping around here with my travel buddy and friend, Anya. We saw Maligne Lake and Maligne Canyon, and even got to do a little canoeing. Here’s what we did
It’s Just An Ice Walk
Anyone who’s watched movies like Disney’s Frozen must be wondering how it’s like to live in that land. Pure ice, snow, and harsh winds -- surely it would be sad and dreary? Well maybe the movies were right -- there is some sort of magic in
West Canada Lakes
Canada has a lot of lakes. Think 32,000. With all those options, how do you decide which ones to visit? Lucky for you, I’ve compiled my top ten lakes that you must see when you’re in Canada. Don’t bother thanking me; it’s what I do.
1.) Lake Louise
Calling the place “Whistler” is very apt. Just the word evokes an exhilarating, high speed experience, and the place does not disappoint.
Whistler is a famous resort town nestled deep in the Coast Mountains. It is one of the best skiing places in Canada and is a gem of British