365 Canadian Sights | Day 363: Banff Week – Lake Minnewanka

What would a series about Banff be without a glacial lake? The Rocky Mountains are stuffed with amazing lakes, and here’s one more. I promise this will be the last one on this list. Lake Minnewanka has been around for thousands of years, and was known as the ‘Water of Spirits’ by the local Nakoda… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 363: Banff Week – Lake Minnewanka

365 Canadian Sights | Day 297: Caves Week – Grotto Mountain Cave/Canyon

Caves aren’t just solo sights, necessarilyl, and can be part of a complex spot. Grotto Mountain is alike some sort of amusement park for hikers. I’ve slotted it here in the caves week because of two caves: Rat’s Nest Cave, which has an absolutely awful name but, with 4 km of area explored, also has… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 297: Caves Week – Grotto Mountain Cave/Canyon

365 Canadian Sights | Day 193: Rawson Lake

Just because it’s not one of the most famous spots in the Rockies, doesn’t mean it’s not a spectacular sight. The enormously over-saturated border region between Alberta and B.C. has just…a ton of lesser-known spots. Not to say Rawson Lake is unknown, it’s just lesser-known. Tucked up above the Kananaskis Lakes, this little glacier-fed lake… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 193: Rawson Lake

365 Canadian Sights | Day 167: Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park hoodoos

Hoodoos often fascinate me – I think it’s because B.C. doesn’t have many accesible spots, and their fairly unusual shapes. At Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park there’s a field of them, like a weird form of plant life. Formed by wind and water, hoodoos typically show up in areas that are completely dry (but once included a… Read More 365 Canadian Sights | Day 167: Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park hoodoos