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“The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.” ~ John Muir
“Water is the most perfect traveler, because when it travels it becomes the path itself!’- Mehmet Murat Ildan
After we left Rathtrevor Beach during our 2019 Vacation, we camped for two nights at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. We have camped here before you can see the post here. We also visited the … Continue reading
While we were camping at Rosebery Provincial Park, near New Denver, in British Columbia, Canada. We drove up to Idaho Peak Lookout. “12 km of steep narrow road to parking lotslimited pullouts for vehicles to passno motor homes or trailers allowed1.4 … Continue reading
The Other Coast by Adrian Raeside These are some of the trails we have done, click on links for more information and photos. Canada Alberta Beaver Flats, Alberta, Canada. Click on above for more information and photos. Blue Rock Creek, Alberta, … Continue reading
Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. Click above for more. Blakiston Falls, Waterton, Alberta. Click above for more. Information. Big Horn Falls Click above for more. Bighorn Falls in Winter. Click above for more. Blue Rock trail, Alberta, Canada. … Continue reading
After we left French Beach Provincial Park during our 2015 Vacation, we camped for three nights at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It was the first time that we camped at this park, but we have visited … Continue reading
While we were camping at Elk Falls Provincial Park, we visited Elk Falls and the suspension bridge during our 2015 Vacation. “Expanded accessible trails around the park better serve hikers and those taking the short stroll from the new, larger parking lot … Continue reading
The next day we left Sooke and drove via Port Renfrew to Cowichan, it rained all the way, the road is scenic, but slow with potholes and many sharp turns. The Cowichan region can also be reached via a scenic 40 minute drive … Continue reading