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The past few days have seen a dramatic spike in Covid-19 cases in the Bow Valley, and businesses are having to close either as a precaution or due to a lack of staff.  Whilst I have compiled a series of … Read More

It’s been 2 months since we last posted on here.  It’s felt futile to promote a business with a future as uncertain as ours, and it’s felt a little obnoxious to post photos of outdoor adventures when so many people … Read More

Castle mountain

We are living in unprecedented times.  The tourism industry is at a complete standstill: famously crowded locations now ghost towns as citizens across the world stay at home to slow the spread of the virus. The future is very uncertain … Read More

river and innukshuk

April 22nd is Earth Day, as part of the greater Earth Month.  Each year we receive more and more grave reports about what we as humans have done and continue to do to damage environment and the planet we, and … Read More

Jenolan Caves – they didn’t grow overnight! Since arriving in Australia I was advised time and again to make sure I visited the Jenolan Caves and, on Sunday, I finally made the trip. The drive out from Emu Plains is … Read More

Here’s an event not to be missed! The Interpretive Guides Association present their inaugural event; Wild About Nature. If you’re interested in the outdoors, in guiding, hiking, or enjoying the beautiful Rocky Mountains, you’re going to want to head to … Read More

women playing guitar in the mountains

UPDATE! There will be an additional showing in CANMORE on April 6th.  Tickets here. The Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival is one of my favourite things about living in Banff.  Imagine my joy when I discovered that there was … Read More

Hi! So… I haven’t blogged in a while.  What’s up with that?! Sorry to any dedicated readers out there, pining for a new update from beautiful Banff National Park! 2018 has been a busy old year.  Getting new contracts in … Read More