This summer I planned and executed an almost ten week road trip through 10 U.S. states, for which I packed my itinerary with as many national parks, monuments, national preserves, and forests as I could.
When planning a day trip, especially a short notice one that includes being out on the water for most the day, you've got to be quick. When you do as many impulsive trips as Brodie and I, you have some idea of what you'd normally bring, but when doing something you've never done before, it's nice to have an outline. So, here's our recommendation of what to bring with you and prepare for on a canoe trip!
Oddly enough it's plural for a reason. Though it seems many wanderers haven't realized that there is more to this little hike than just the initial falls.
Drumheller is a beautiful, and genuinely amazing part of Alberta. Bailey and I just returned from a weekend in the area, and have some great activities to share, for those who haven't been or those looking to explore a little deeper...
Don’t get me wrong - I am all about dragging my friends out to see the mountains. I love sharing my favourite views with quality humans, and creating memories together that we’ll never forget. But, you don’t need to travel in a pod if your schedules or interests don’t align. Some of my favourite experiences outdoors come from travelling alone. Here are five reasons why going solo is a total blast: