The best rule of thumb to leave no trace is: If it doesn’t come from the local ecosystem, it shouldn’t be left there. In addition to leaving only real footprints, we also try to reduce our carbon footprint. Consider the following
When Winter Hiking – Dress In Layers Using the 3 W’s: Wicking, Warmth and Weather The key to keeping your family warm and dry when snowshoeing, winter hiking or any winter outdoor activities is learning how to layer with the
Lake O’Hara is Simply Stunning! Whenever we discuss family hiking, Lake O’Hara is always mentioned, and for a good reason. The beauty of the snow-covered mountain peaks, mountain lakes, trails and the camaraderie shared by a group of strangers at
When you purchase a Canadian National Park Pass, not only are you paying the price for admission to a jaw-dropping show of nature’s splendour, the revenue from the pass also helps support other key park programs. When Do You Need
When I guide snowshoeing trips for families or adults, I’m often asked: “How hard will this be?” my response, “If you can walk, you can snowshoe, with a few minor things to learn.” Here are a few basic tips and
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