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11 Things to do in Revelstoke in Summer

Looking for things to do in Revelstoke in summer? You won't have a problem filling your day(s). But what you may find is that you haven't allowed enough time to do everything you want to do.  I personally would recommend these 11 things to do - based on a couple of trips to Revelstoke, nearby hot springs and national parks. There are also several adventurous activities I wish I'd done (see below) that will have…

Views From The Hermit Trail, Glacier National Park BC

The Hermit Trail Hike in Glacier National Park BC

If you want a big workout in a short amount of time plus high impact mountain scenery, plan to hike the Hermit Trail in Glacier National Park BC. Steep hikes are what Glacier National Park is famous for - and Hermit Trail is the steepest of them all. But it differs from other hikes in the park in that you end in a rocky alpine bowl, and not on a ridge. Hermit Trail Trip Report…

10 Things to Do in and Near Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park in Montana gets top marks for natural beauty. In fact it's been called the Switzerland of America. To justify that name consider this; over its one million acres there are 175 named mountains, 200 named waterfalls, 25 named glaciers and literally hundreds of lakes and streams. And the area surrounding the park is also a hotbed of beauty.  Glacier National Park is a fantastic destination in summer, offering an incredible range of…

Biking the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park

I've had a trip to Whitefish, Montana in my sights for some time. I didn't have specific plans other than to see what sort of outdoor adventures one could do in the area. And then I found out a good chunk of the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park was open to hikers and cyclists right now. That nailed it, especially with good weather in the forecast for the weekend. John and I…

Wolves in the Wild: Why Sightings Stay With You for Life

This is a guest post by Christine Byl, author of the just published book - Dirt Work: An Education in the Woods. I live just outside Denali National Park, in Alaska, and of all the many things I can say about such an incredible and complicated place, this is one: it's wolf country. I have had many wolves in the wild since I moved to the area 8 years ago, including, most dramatically, a wolf…

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