The Alberta Government budgetrecently announced a new $15/day or $90/year Conservation Fee for access to Kananaskis Provincial Park. Kananaskis is a favourite playground of a lot of Albertans and many Calgarians consider it to be an extension of their backyard. It’s important to conserve the area, but this plan will not achieve that goal.
The Tent Ridge hike is a relatively easy hike in Kananaskis Country that delivers extraordinary views without a huge amount of effort. This hike, also referred to as the tent ridge horseshoe as it follows a horseshoe-shaped loop along the ridge, is likely one of the best hikes in Kananaskis and is well worth your time. The trail follows an open ridge which means you have fantastic views for almost the entire duration of the hike. It belongs on any hiker’s bucket list, read on to learn more about hiking Tent Ridge.
Why is it that the best places are often the hardest ones to get to? Travelling to Bardia National Park in Nepal (sometimes spelled Bardiya) is no exception. It takes at least 15 hours to travel to Bardia by a gruelling and bumpy bus ride from Pokhara or 17 hours from Kathmandu. But it’s worth it, we promise! This is because Bardia is the natural home to majestic royal Bengal tigers where you may see them the way they are meant to be seen: wild and free.
The O Circuit Trek in Torres del Paine, Patagonia is likely among the most well-known treks in the world. The O Trek is challenging, but with a little preparation, it’s quite possible to hike on your own, self-guided. Read on for our complete guide to hiking the O Circuit in Patagonia.
One of the most popular tours from Arequipa is the Colca Canyon trek. The Colca Canyon hike can be done quite easily unguided or guided with a tour group. It’s quite popular to visit as a day trip, a 2 day tour, or a 3 day trek. The Colca Canyon in Peru is a beautiful natural wonder that needs to be on your bucket list and this post is a complete guide with everything you need to know about trekking the Colca Canyon from Arequipa. Read on for more information!
When we last left off, we had spent a couple of days stuffing ourselves with Turkish breakfasts, baklava, and döner in Istanbul before heading to Fethiye to finish gearing up for our trek along the Lycian Way. Following a couple of days in the pretty coastal city, we set off for our attempt to hike the full 540km trail along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.