Ferry to Vancouver Island The ferry from mainland Canada to Vancouver Island was quick and easy. We’ve had a lot of experience with ferries over in Europe when we travel there, and the trip from Horseshoe Bay (just north of Vancouver, BC) to Nanaimo (Vancouver Island) was super simple and[…]
Wildlife Viewing Jasper National Park has all types of wildlife that make traveling the area like a North American safari. Like in Africa, it’s best to get an early start or hang out at sunset to see the most wildlife activity. Don’t worry though, you’ll be able to see plenty[…]
Hike Heading up north from Banff into Jasper National Park, we were told by a bicyclist that the Parker Ridge Trail was a worthy hike in the southern end of the park. We were told it provided great views of the mountains and some spectacular overlooks. Our day started out[…]
Moraine Lake in Banff National Park Probably one of the most photographed places in the Canadian Rockies, if not the Rockies altogether. It’s a must see!
Chateau Lake Louise After a day of walking around and sight seeing in the Lake Louise vicinity, we worked up an appetite for a great meal. We arrived at Lake Louise and found one of our typical front row parking spots, thanks to being on 2 wheels instead of 4.[…]
Banff National Park is the crown jewel of the Canadian National Park System and that says a lot! For our visit, we divided the park into north and south, basically where we can in from the west along the Kootenay/Banff/Windermere Highway. The ride in along CA-93 is a feast for[…]
Glacier National Park Glacier National Park is dubbed the Crown of the Continent. The park is stunningly beautiful with hiking trails to waterfalls, lakes, and yes…glaciers too. All of the trails have sublime views complete with an overabundance of wildflowers. The famous Going to the Sun Road is an amazing[…]
Glacier National Park Get there as soon as you can. By our observations during our visit, and from what we heard from the rangers, Glacier National Park could be a misnomer by as soon as 2030. With over 150 glaciers in the park when it was founded in 1910, there[…]