Big Horns Falls -- YaHa Tinda ~ Alberta must see this summer!
As with my last post, about Grotto Canyon, Grassi Lakes is a hike that I love to do at least once per summer. As I mentioned in a lot of my posts I love waterfalls and Grassi lakes has a wonderful waterfall and other bodies of water to photograph. Grassi Lakes is a hike I love because … Continue reading Grassi Lakes, Canmore, Alberta
One of my favourite hikes in the summer or winter is Grotto Canyon. Every season I try to come here at least once. In the winter, it's such a unique experience as the waterfalls are frozen and the walkway is complete ice. It is best to bring cramp-ons so that you do not end up sliding … Continue reading Grotto Canyon, Exshaw, Alberta, Canada
One of my first adventures, since finishing school, was on Saturday, April 22, 2017. My mom and I went to The Colonel's Cabin in Kananaskis and then out to Johnson Lake for a small hike. Colonel's Cabin ("History Loop"): Our first part was a quick little walk through the 'History Loop'. It is very short, but fascinating. … Continue reading The Colonel’s Cabin (WWII Internment Camp) & Johnson’s Lake
Now that school is coming to a close and I was able to get most of my homework done last week, so I was able to take a break this Saturday. My mom and I went for a drive out in the country and visited Ram Falls. It was nice just to get out. I … Continue reading Ram Falls — My Saturday Adventure
Since I am still not quite done school for the semester I have yet to go on any recent adventures. Therefore, I thought I would write about another hike from last summer. A bit of history... Bankhead, Alberta is now an old abandoned coal mining town. According to some of my research the town was … Continue reading Bankhead, Alberta — Banff National Park
During summer 2016 my mom, my friend, and of course myself went for a hike that we had found about through some research. As I mentioned in my post about waterfalls I prefer hikes where we have a goal in mind (i.e. making it to a waterfall or in this case ... a Cold War Bunker!). I … Continue reading Cold War Bunker!
As I sit down to write this post it is -17˚ Celsius in Calgary, but feels like -25˚ Celcius, according to The Weather Network. I don't tend to normally write about the weather, but as you guessed from the title and location of my blog I will be soon departing to Sunny California, which according … Continue reading Preparing for my California Adventure