365 Canadian Sights | Day 294: Caves Week – The Horne Lake Caves

Canada isn’t really known for it’s caving, but with a country this size, there are a few notable examples. Spelunking is not for everyone. We’ll just get that out of the way right away; a deep dark hole isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time or great sight. Myself, I find caves fascinating, though I… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 294: Caves Week – The Horne Lake Caves

365 Canadian Sights | Day 279: Hole in the Wall (New Brunswick, this time)

Natural arches just seem like such an unlikely geological formation that I’m probably going to list most of the major ones on this list. The Hole in the Wall on Grand Manan Island is a pretty well formed one, with a whole about 4.5 m by 5.5. m. Standing right on the shore, theres periods… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 279: Hole in the Wall (New Brunswick, this time)

365 Canadian Sights | Day 270: Jasper Week – The Jasper Tramway

If you’re going to go to a place famous for mountain peaks, there ought to be a trip up one of them, right? It says something about a place when the tourism infrastructure is over 50 years old, yet it’s still a huge draw. That’s the case with this tramway up to Whistler’s Peak southwest… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 270: Jasper Week – The Jasper Tramway

365 Canadian Sights | Day 265: Lady Evelyn Falls

Canada’s north holds many natural wonders that most of us have never heard of, especially waterfalls. As yet more evidence of that, we’re looking at Lady Evelyn Falls, a huge sheet waterfall on the Kakisa River. Around 17 m high, it’s not the largest drop, but that’s still taller than, a four-storey building (in most… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 265: Lady Evelyn Falls