Evan Thomas Falls Hike, Kananaskis AB

Evan Thomas Creek to Falls is a 10.6km trail in Kananaskis, Alberta with about 546m of elevation gain. We arrived around 10am the find the parking lot mostly full, which was to be expected because of the gorgeous weather. This trail is relatively flat and you can skip most of the elevation entirely if you … Continue reading Evan Thomas Falls Hike, Kananaskis AB

Winter Getaway at Candle Lake, SK and the Aschim Homestead Hiking Trail

With the holidays coming up, my boyfriend finally had a few more days off than usual, and we decided to make the most of them. I managed to score a 'winter getaway for two' package at Candle Lake Resort on an auction site for a very reasonable price. It included two nights stay in a … Continue reading Winter Getaway at Candle Lake, SK and the Aschim Homestead Hiking Trail

Fall Camping in Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

I feel like I blinked and summer was over. I still want to get a few more camping adventures in, so when I checked out the weather for the weekend and saw that it was expected to be nice and warm, I booked myself a campsite. I have driven up to Douglas Provincial Park for … Continue reading Fall Camping in Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

Thank you so very much Tea & Hiking Boots for the “Outstanding Blogger Award” nomination. I loved reading your response about the silver linings of living through a pandemic, and I share the same appreciation as you for a clean bathroom! I love following the adventures of so many bloggers, and I think its a … Continue reading Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer