Skijoring in Alberta is one of the most unique and fun adventures you’ll have in winter. What is skijoring you ask? It’s a bit like dogsledding but instead, you are on skis, and dogs pull you without a sled. And it is a great winter adventure that outdoor lovers will relish. What is Skijoring Skijoring is a fun winter sport… Read More
Alberta is a province in Western Canada. It is famous for its national parks and beauty. Our Alberta travel guides share all the tips you need to travel Alberta.
Recently we had the chance to go dogsledding up in Haliburton, Ontario. We admit, we didn’t know a lot about dogsledding and had our doubts about how dogs react to pulling people on sleds. Do they really like it? Are they happy? While visiting Greenland, our hearts broke as we walked through “Dogville” in Ilulissat. The town has a population… Read More
“You can ice climb eight months of the year around Canmore, Alberta. Our guide Pat Delaney of Yamnuska Mountain Adventures tells us there are three places in the world that are the best for Ice Climbing. Norway is one, I can’t remember if it was Russia or somewhere in the Himalayas for his next choice, but who cares because The Canadian Rockies… Read More
The Cowboy Trail is an outstanding Alberta road trip from Calgary to the Rocky Mountains, into the prairies and out of the badlands. It was one of the best road trips we’ve even taken and we want to give you your own itinerary to follow when you make your way to Canada’s most beautiful province. Cowboy Trail – A Southern… Read More
Well, we blew the diet. Dave and I had been working hard to cut back on eating rich and delicious food, but then came all the Calgary restaurants! There are so many, we threw the diet out the window to enjoy the all the culinary delights the city has to offer. Calgary Restaurants We had the chance to sample many… Read More
The Hoodoos of Drumheller are a must-see on a road trip through Alberta. But what is a hoodoo? A hoodoo is a tall thin rock spire made of sandstone with a hard and dense rock sitting on top, like a hat. Or as the sign at the park describes them: “Eroded pillars of soft sandstone rock topped with a resilient… Read More