Being in the backcountry, away from the boot beaten tourist path will allow you to experience the mountains in a more intimate way.
Are you wondering what my favorite day hikes in the Rockies are? I finally reveal my personal top 10!
Often overlooked by tourists Kananaskis country is my favorite area for hiking in the Canadian Rockies.
In the core area around Lake Louise and Moraine Lake you'll be able to find many trails that disappear gleefully off into the mountains, offering incredible alpine vistas and monumental glacier vantage points.
Do you want to see Jasper beyond the boot beaten tourist trail? Check out some of these awesome hikes in the biggest National Park of the Rockies
Lake O'Hara is one of the most sought after backcountry trips in the Canadian Rockies and there is a good reason for it!
The bigger the effort the greater the reward. There is no better way to describe the Rockwall trail - one of the hardest multiday hikes in the Rockies.
Take a break from hiking and consider seeing Canada's pristine landscape from a different perspective: a canoe or a kayak.
Practical guide for visiting Mt Assiniboine in the summer including photography locations, trail maps, packing guide & more.
Everything you need to know about backpacking through the Tonquin Valley in Jasper National Park
Detailed description and practical guide to one of the most famous multiday hikes in the Canadian Rockies.
The most sought after backpacking trip in the Jasper National Park. Which way to hike it? What campsites to book? All and more answered in this post.
My personal recount on hiking along the Pocaterra ridge in the Kananaskis country in Canada. The post includes helpful tips and information about the hike.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to hike up through darkness to catch a sunrise on the top of my mountain in -20 degrees celsius?
Find out practical information on how to get to the summit of Smutwood Peak for some jaw dropping views of Mount Birdwood and the surroundings.
Searching for a challenge when hiking in Jasper National Park? Try the Indian Ridge! The views from the top are some of the best in the Rockies.
Hiking in the Spring? Get your snowshoes out and get ready to get your feet wet!