The Hermit of Inglismaldie

On August 6, 2017 (I know I'm a bit behind!) my mom, my friend, and I wanted to find the hermit cabin near Banff and we did! The hike to the cabin is pretty easy, it's just along Johnson Lake.       THE HISTORY OF THE CABIN AND BILLY CARVER:  The sign once you... Continue Reading →

Nihahi Creek Kananaskis Country, AB

FOR MORE PICTURES FROM MY HIKE CLICK HERE!  Sorry I have not posted in a while! I had a summer course that I was busy finishing the papers for and then I went on vacation to Penticton, which I will blog about later! ABOUT OUR HIKE:  On Canada Day this year my mom and I... Continue Reading →

Troll Falls, Kananaskis, Alberta

Here's another waterfall post! This hike is for the most part is quite easy. Of course, there are some tree roots to cross over and a few small inclines, but nothing major. According to the Alberta Parks site the total length of the hike is 1.7km one way (approx. 3.4km total). The main reason I... Continue Reading →

Karst Springs

Someone made a request that I post about Karst Springs, so I am now fulfilling that request. I went here for the first time last summer. To be honest, the first part of the hike is slightly boring as it is on an old road, but once you reach the lake and the springs it is... Continue Reading →

Forgetmenot Pond, Alberta

Today when I opened my Twitter I was excited to see that the barricade on Highway 66 was opened!  Last year my mom and I discovered this gem that we had heard of, but had never been to! I thought since the road to Forgetmenot Pond is now open, for the season, it would be a... Continue Reading →

Grassi Lakes, Canmore, Alberta

As with my last post, about Grotto Canyon, Grassi Lakes is a hike that I love to do at least once per summer. As I mentioned in a lot of my posts I love waterfalls and Grassi lakes has a wonderful waterfall and other bodies of water to photograph. Grassi Lakes is a hike I love because... Continue Reading →

Grotto Canyon, Exshaw, Alberta, Canada

One of my favourite hikes in the summer or winter is Grotto Canyon. Every season I try to come here at least once. In the winter, it's such a unique experience as the waterfalls are frozen and the walkway is complete ice. It is best to bring cramp-ons so that you do not end up sliding... Continue Reading →

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