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BigHorn Falls in Ya Ha Tinda ranch

BigHorn Falls in Ya Ha Tinda ranch

By on Jul 5, 2017 in Alberta Hikes, All Hikes, Easy Hikes for Kids and Families | 2 comments

BigHorn Falls near Bighorn campground Ya Ha Tinda is a real playground for the senses.  We had been to BigHorn Falls several of times in the past, and had always thought the falls were pretty amazing.  A beautiful gorge surrounded by high prairie grasslands and gorgeous mountain views. However, we had only hiked the top path, along the ridge overlooking the falls. ...

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7 Leisurely hikes in Alberta with Waterfalls

By on May 14, 2017 in Our Latest Adventure | 0 comments

Alberta’s Best Canyon Walks with Waterfalls Johnston Canyon- Banff National Park: This beautiful canyon is a must see while visiting the park. The first 1.1 Km of the path ambles along walkways bolted to the canyon walls.  The views of the blue-green river snaking through the gorge are spectacular.  Once you reach the lower falls cross the bridge and enter a natural...

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Kananaskis Ice Cave or Canyon Creek Ice Cave

Kananaskis Ice Cave or Canyon Creek Ice Cave

By on May 13, 2017 in Alberta Hikes, All Hikes, Easy Hikes for Kids and Families | 0 comments

It’s a perfect day for a hike! Once we drive through the silly spring snow in Cochrane, AB and out to Kananaskis Country.  We have always wanted to do this hike, but have been calling it by an incorrect name.  May people confuse the Kananaskis Ice Cave or Canyon Creek Ice Cave hike with the Ing’s Mine hike.  While Ing’s Mine is in the same area,...

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The Didsbury Dugout | Sunnyslopes Dugout

The Didsbury Dugout | Sunnyslopes Dugout

By on May 3, 2017 in History, Points of interests | 2 comments

Didsbury Dugout or Sunnyslopes, AB Sandstone Shelter The meeting of golden wheat fields with crisp cobalt skies suggests that life around here goes on forever.  Looking out toward the flat horizon, you are never really sure if there is any life out there. Only the tilled lines sweeping over the distant hills indicate that you are not alone. This is where I find...

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