After visiting Dinosaur Provincial Park, we headed to the cool little town of Drumheller. The town is about 1h50 drive from the Park. On the way there, we saw an abandoned coal mine called Atlas Coal Mine, which offers different tours. Unfortunately, when we saw the mine, it was closed 🙁. So, we kept going… Continue reading What to do in Drumheller and around?
The only thing you will see driving from Calgary to Dinosaur Provincial Park are flatlands 😅. Arriving at the badlands viewpoint is a completely different landscape. It is an incredible view! If I had to guess how another planet would look like, I would say something like this place. After enjoying the scenery and nice… Continue reading Explore the Badlands and the fossils
Eiffel Lake is an amazing hike. We would definitely recommend it if you are around Moraine Lake and want a moderate level hike. We started at Moraine Lake, which is a gorgeous lake. Passing the canoe rental, we saw the sign and path where the hike starts to the right. It starts climbing with many… Continue reading Amazing Eiffel Lake
I looove this hike 💕! From all the hikes that we did around the Rockies, this one is among the top 10 that I liked the most. It is stunning and breathtaking! Before getting to Jasper, we already knew that we wanted to do this hike. However, we had to wait a few days because… Continue reading Be amazed by Mount Edith Cavell
Dani had already gone backcountry camping but it was the first time for me. I was very excited with the idea of going hiking and camping on the mountains. We didn’t have the proper gear to do that, but we decided to go anyways (I will talk about the gear later on this post😅). The… Continue reading The experience of backcountry camping at Glacier Lake
We had our doubts about leaving our new home with Parks Canada and going to the big city, but we wanted to check out the most famous event in Calgary. The Stampede is a cool event to spend the whole day. It has many things to do around the park as well as different shows… Continue reading Prepare your boots and cowboy hat for the Calgary Stampede
Why take the Banff gondola when you can hike up? To get to the summit of Sulphur Mountain you have two options: • You can take the gondola ($62 or $56 if you buy online) • You can hike up.🏃🏼♀️🏃🏻 If you decided to hike up, get your legs ready 😅! We started at the… Continue reading Sulphur Mountain