Tag Archives: hiking

Ribbon Falls Hike

Just in case you need a break from the series of CAMT posts, or you think all we do is drive around the province looking at historical sites, here is a change of pace for you. On Saturday, July 29, … Continue reading

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Simon’s Valley and Big Hill Springs

Just time for a quick post today before heading out again. This afternoon Tucker the Dog and I headed out towards Big Hill Springs Provincial Park for a short walk. We made a short detour to the memorial plaque dedicated … Continue reading

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Plateau Mountain

Old-fashioned caching at it’s finest — an entire day out on the roads and the trails and just one smiley to show for it. That was the plan and that’s pretty much how it played out too. Our target was … Continue reading

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Geocaching Souvenirs: British Columbia

Continuing my series where I revisit each of the Geocaching Souvenirs I have earned and reminisce about how I came to earn it… “Souvenirs are virtual pieces of art that you can discover and display on your   profile page. They … Continue reading

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Fisher Ridge

It started with a simple email on a Wednesday night which read “Any interest in a short hike/bike up the Evan-Thomas Trail on Saturday morning to Fisher Ridge Cap?”  It sounded intriguing.  It was an area of Kananaskis I had … Continue reading

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Allsmoke Mountain

On Saturday, May 16 I set out with Tucker the Dog.  Our goal?  Climb Allsmoke Mountain.  The trailhead for Allsmoke is reached by heading west of Millarville on Highway 549 and then southwest on Gorge Creek Trail.  The Gorge Creek Trail is … Continue reading

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Prairie Mountain

Prairie Mountain will always hold a special place in my heart because it was the first mountain I ever climbed, back in November of 2005. That hike fueled the passion for getting out of the city and into the mountains … Continue reading

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