Why is Annapurna called the world's deadliest mountain to climb? Well here is the answer.
In this article, I review my trip to Kalamoir Regional Park in West Kelowna.
In this article, I recall two July 2020 visits to waterfalls on Vancouver Island. Complete with video, I give my travels tips and recommendations.
In this article, I recalled a couple of visits to some seaside parks in Nanaimo, British Columbia on Vancouver Islands: Piper's Lagoon Park and Neck Point Park.
In this article, I recall a trip I took up an amazing and short trail in Waterton Lakes National Park in July of 2021.
In this article, I review my experiences in the Rogers Creek Trail System near Port Alberni on Vancouver Island.
In this hiking article, I recall the very few times that I saw a bear while enjoying a nature trail in western Canada. I conclude that, based on all the trails I've hiked, chances of seeing a bear are very low so long as you make noise while hiking.
In this article, I recall my trips out to Iona Baech Park in Richmond, British Columbia. The Iona Jetty Trail is one of my personal favorites.
In this article, I recall my day trip to Crofton, British Columbia and the hiking trail network in the Maple Mountain Forest Reserve.
In this article, I recall my hiking trip to Heart Lake near Ladysmith on Vancouver Island from August 2020.
In this article, I recall my visit to a park just off of the Trans Canada Highway in between Duncan and Mill Bay on scenic Vancouver Island.
Here is a list of 14 highest mountain peaks in the world, which are called the eight-thousanders.
I spent just over three weeks in Regina, Saskatchewan in the summer of 2021. Here's a look at three areas that I thought were alright for trail hiking or nature walking.
In this article, I recall my visit in the summer of 2020 to the trail network at Chickakoo Lake Regional Park in the greater Edmonton area.
In this article, I recalled my 2020 hike to Quercus Point in Murrin Provincial Park near Squamish, British Columbia.
In this article, I recount a difficult hike in Nanaimo's Mount Benson Regional Park from mid-August of 2020.
In this article, the author recounts his first-hand experience with the Ripple Rock Trail near Campbell River on beautiful Vancouver Island.
An article that covers gear and resources for staving off common issues that arise that can ruin a long hike, or turn it into a dangerous situation.
Ogmore-by-Sea is famous for its beach, castle and stepping stones. Join me on my journey to hike in and around Ogmore, exploring the varied picturesque wilderness of woodlands, beaches and countryside.