The Best Fall Hikes in the Hamilton GTA

Finding the Best Fall Colour Hikes in the Hamilton GTA Many of the best fall hikes offer the perfect opportunity to experience nature at its finest; cooler temperatures, warmer hues as the maples shimmer in the sunlight, their relinquished leaves creating sunsets on the forest floor. As you can probably tell, it is my favorite season. There’s no real mystery as to why I love autumn so much. As a girl born in the tropics, seeing the leave change colors for the first time in Canada really conceptualize the idea of change to me. Things will not be as it …

Jasper Hiking Guide: How to Spend Two Days In Jasper National Park

2 Days in Jasper National Park Jasper National Park offers many adventures for the outdoor enthusiast. But, in order to enjoy all that Jasper has to offer, and to see some of the best terrains in the Canadian Rockies, you’ll need to do an overnight trip. A day trip is just not enough. Below, you’ll find a suggested two days trip itinerary for lovers of the outdoors who just aren’t fit enough for the more strenuous Banff hikes. Or families with young children who just want to enjoy easy to moderate hiking trails. But, before starting any trip, I have one …

Alberta Hike: Horseshoe Canyon in Drumheller, Canada’s Best Badlands

Canada’s Baddest Badland: Horseshoe Canyon in Alberta The Horseshoe Canyon in Drumheller, Alberta, is one of Canada’s baddest Badlands. In 1743, French Canadian explorers François and Louis Joseph de la Verendrye coined the term ‘Badlands’ (‘les mauvaises terres‘ in french), when they first encountered it on their travels through the Prairies in Central Alberta, Canada. Today, this Badland area, Horsethief Canyon and the Horseshoe Canyon in Drumheller, offers curious visitors stunning vistas and numerous scenic hiking trails. Although it is only a small patch in comparison to the rest of Canada’s lush landscape, the Canadian Badlands has its own selling point —it …

Valley of the Ten Peaks: Larch Valley Hike and Sentinel Pass

Larch Valley and Valley of the Ten Peaks: The Most Beautiful Hiking Trail in Autumn The Valley of the Ten Peaks in Banff National Park, Alberta, is a picturesque landscape that has inspired many painters and artists.  So spectacular, that it graced the backside of the 1969, and 1979 twenty dollar bill. All ten peaks are over 10,000 ft high, aligned together creating a massive mountain presence, surrounding an enormous valley. At the Lake Moraine shoreline, you can see the iconic view of Lake Moraine, along with these ten peaks behind it. On clear sunny days, in the early morning, …