Jim from North Carolina writes: “My wife, three kids ages 14, 17, 21 (and I) would like to visit the Canadian Rockies. We live in North Carolina and (are) considering early June for a visit. We don’t want to break […]
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The common cliched answer a mountain climber will give you if you ask him why he climbed the mountain is, because it’s there.
So what about the frozen waterfall? Truth is, it’s not any different.
The Canadian Rockies abound with frozen waterfalls […]
In the wide range of Banff National Park, Sulphur Mountain is something special.
The mountain derives its name from two of its most prominent attractions: the Cave and Basin toward the bottom of the mountain, and the Banff Upper Hot Springs […]
If you’ve ever seen a golden eagle in flight, you’ll understand why people will travel thousands of miles to see one.
One of the great places to see them is in the Canadian Rockies: the Bow Valley Provincial Park.
The park is […]
The Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre offers a modern setting for a place devoted to preserving the history of Canmore and the Canadian Rockies. Plus, it’s a heckuva lot of fun to visit!
When writing about the Canadian Rockies, it’s natural […]
The path up to the Little Shovel Pass is one of three places where the Skyline Trail in Jasper National Park ascends significantly. But with views like this on offer, those ascents are well worth it.
Hikers, get your packs set, […]