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
There is a lot of talk about ticks these days. Why? Because of the risk of Lyme disease. However, the risk of contracting this disease is very low, but confirmed cases are increasing, and not everybody reacts the same way.
The Lake Louise Shoreline Trail Hike 4K return Elevation Gain – Minimal The Lake Louise shoreline is perfect for all hiking abilities, and a few more things make it perfect for your next family hike – the trail is wide wheel
Here Are Some Ideas Why These Unique Larch Trees Drop Their Needles. No needles on the branches mean the snow can shed and prevent ice build-up, and this can reduce the possibility of broken branches. Annual needle loss might help the trees
The delicate Calypso orchid, also called Fairy Slipper or Venus Slipper, is a beautiful wildflower with a growing season from mid-May to early June and found commonly in many places when hiking the Canadian Rockies. Of course, this timing is