Carthew-Alderson Trail in Waterton Lakes National Park

The Carthew-Alderson Trail in Waterton Lakes National Park is ranked among the top 10 hikes to do in Canada. It's even listed as a world class hike, so you don't want to miss this one if you're making your way through Alberta. It's 12 miles starting at Cameron Lake and ending up back at the outskirts of the Waterton townsite. ... Read More

Wild Pacific Trail in Pacific Rim National Park

We spend a lot of time hiking in the alpine country with tall mountains and snowy glaciers. So the Wild Pacific Trail was a complete change from the normal, and incredibly stunning! The trail winds along the coast, peeking in out out of coves with jaw dropping views of the ocean. As you hike along there's countless stops to be ... Read More

Bald Hills in Jasper National Park

This view is the #1 reason we decided to hike the Bald Hills in Jasper National Park. Once you get to the top, you overlook the whole valley holding Maligne Lake. The colors of both the mountains and lake are absolutely stunning. As gorgeous as this view is, I still don't entirely recommend this hike depending on your particular trip ... Read More

Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park

Emerald Lake is a great place to spend a few hours exploring! It's beyond picturesque, and it also makes for a great rest day in between hikes. We had just hiked the Iceline Trail and Takakkaw Falls the day before, and we were pretty beat. So before making a beeline for the coast, we decided to make a stop at ... Read More

Lake Moraine – Banff National Park

Moraine Lake is one of the most photographed lakes in all of Canada. It's situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks in the Lake Louise area of Banff National Park. The scenery is absolutely incredible, and the color of the lake is more vibrant than any other glacier fed lake I've seen. Depending on the time of day you're ... Read More