Crooked Creek Campground Waterton

Thinking about visiting Waterton National Park and want to truly enjoy nature! Bring the RV, camper, or tent down to Crooked Creek Campgound! Easy access from the highway 5 and only 5.6 km to the National Park gates. Also very short drive to the boarder between Canada and United States. You ask why this campground and…

Livingstone Falls

2 hours from south Calgary – A Great Day Trip To Livingston Falls Or A Weekend Of Camping If it’s only a day trip, there is a gravel parking pad to accommodate a couple of cars while out on the short walk to the falls. However, if your up for the weekend getaway bring the…

Johnston Canyon

Johnston Canyon Hike

Are you visiting Calgary or Banff and looking for an family friendly hike in the summer or winter? The Johnston Canyon Hike is open year round and is free admission to the hike, and is also located in Banff National Park. Johnston Canyon Hike is the busiest hike you will most likely find in the Banff…

Looking Over The Valley

Ice Cave Hike Alberta

Day Hike to The Ice Cave At Moose Mountain   We’ve done this hike a couple of times, and every time it’s always different. The last time we were at the Ice Cave was before the huge devastating flood of 2013 which took out bridges, roads, houses and the simple things, pathways. The season after…

Mel & Ty on Volcano Ridge

Volcano Ridge Trail Hike

Over Night Hike in Kananaski’s Country, Alberta   Well… after last years damaging flood, we couldn’t take it anymore! The Winter Road Closure had open up just before our “May Long Weekend”, and after beginning cooped up all winter with no access to the good trails we were set, bound, and determined to go out…

Mel with camera to close

Scuba Diving in Alberta

Here in Alberta we are a landlocked province without the nice clear warm ocean, we have cold lakes. And what more fun it is to dive in and explore them? We started at the bottom with getting our Open Water certification and are currently working our way to the top. We realised how much fun this is,…

Melissa Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing Death Valley Alberta

Snowshoeing Death Valley Trail January in Alberta can be beautiful when playing in the deep fluffy snow and after a fresh snow fall, for us Albertan’s its just a fun adventure and an excuse to get out! Don’t let the name “Death Valley” sound intimidating, it’s actually a family friendly trail most of the year. Don’t get this confused…

Skydiving Over The Alberta Prairies

Surprise! Nothing better then finding surprise tickets to go skydiving for your birthday, eh! Well Tyler’s birthday is June 3rd, and he kept complaining that he really wanted to do something extreme! Since he had mentioned Skydiving a few times, I did some research to find a safe and reliable company within an hour drive of our small town,…