I have to clarify a giant misconception about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. It is not easy! Before we climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, we were often told, “Anyone can do it.” or “Oh, … Continue Reading
Throughout our many adventures around the globe, we have had the privilege of participating in some of the best treks in the world. We’ve been lucky to have hiked, trekked … Continue Reading
Mount Etna in Sicily is many things, amongst them one of the most active volcanoes in the world. We will share with you the best way to hike Italy’s Mount … Continue Reading
As the highest and most famous mountain peak in Japan, climbing Mount Fuji is one of the adventures that should be on the bucket list of every traveler in Japan! Otherwise … Continue Reading
When I Googled Smith Rock State Park in Oregon, I was surprised to see so many references to ‘U2 and Will Smith Rock Jimmy Fallon.’ The Internet is a strange … Continue Reading
“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 … Continue Reading
If there is one thing that both Dave and I agree 100% on is that we both love to climb. We love treks and we love the feeling of getting to the top. When we learn about a great trek or climb in a country, we just have to climb it. And yes, the reason is, Because its there. What luck we had that it was prime season for pilgrims to make their way to Adams Peak to climb. Adams Peak is Sri Lanka’s Holiest mountain and each year Pilgrims flock to climb its 5200 steps.
Dave and I love to rock climb. For a couple of years in our life, we climbed regularly all around the Toronto area. We were regulars at Joe Rockheads climbing gym in the city and we hung out with our climbing friends to tackle the local crag on the weekends. That is why when we heard that there was bouldering in Hampi, we just had to check it out for ourselves.