15 Fantastically Fun Things to do in Waterton
You might describe Waterton Lakes National Park as the little Canadian park that could. Waterton survived wildfires in 2017 and 2018 and has remained a fantastic travel destination. It’s the smallest of the Canadian Rockies national parks, but it is home to an incredible amount of wildlife, fantastic scenery and some amazing hiking trails. Here is our list of the top things to do in Waterton. There are affiliate links in this post. If you make a qualifying purchase through one of these links, Wander Woman Travel Magazine may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Take in the View – Prince of Wales Hotel As you…
Jasper Wildlife Watching – Amazing Photos and Tips
Jasper National Park is the largest and wildest of Canada’s Rocky Mountain Parks and it is a fantastic place for wildlife watching. On a recent visit, we rounded a corner on the Maligne Lake road and spotted a small herd of bighorn sheep including an absolutely enormous ram. His massive horns curled around his head and he looked up at us from a spot near the edge of the road. He was absolutely beautiful. Here are some of our favorite photos and some suggestions for how to find and photograph wildlife in Jasper. There are affiliate links in this post. If you make a qualifying purchase through one of these…
Canmore Cave Tours and a Claustrophobic Caver
Everyone has fears and phobias – even if they don’t like to admit it. Claustrophobia, the fear of being in small spaces, is one of mine. I know it’s irrational, but when I find myself stuck in a small space my heart starts to pound and I want to get out as quickly as possible. Sometimes I panic, like the time I got stuck in the ladies bathroom at a Subway restaurant when the doorknob broke. Knowing this, you might wonder why I signed myself and my family up for a guided tour of the Rat’s Nest Cave with Canmore Cave Tours. And you might be surprised to learn that…
10 Amazing Jasper Hikes
Jasper National Park is filled with breathtaking Canadian Rockies scenery and day hiking is the best way to experience it. Hike to the toe of an enormous glacier, climb to the top of a mountain, explore an incredible canyon or get a view of a sparkling blue lake. You don’t have to be a superhero to complete these amazing Jasper hikes, but the incredible views will make you feel like one. There are affiliate links in this post. If you make a qualifying purchase through one of these links, Wander Woman Travel Magazine may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Hike to the Toe of Athabasca…
Crescent Falls Hike – Family Fun in Summer and Winter
The Crescent Falls hike leads to two stunning waterfalls in Alberta's David Thompson Country - a fabulous reward for novice hikers looking for adventure.
Table Mountain, Alberta – A Most Instagramable Hike
Is Table Mountain, Alberta the most Instagramable hike in the Canadian Rockies? It's definitely on the short list. The best part - It only takes 4 hours to do this epic hike.
Grassi Lakes Hike – Family Fun Near Canmore
When faced with two divergent paths on the Grassi Lakes hike in the Canadian Rockies, follow Robert Frost's advice and take the road less traveled. You won't regret it.
Johnston Canyon Winter Hike & Ink Pots
Banff's Johnston Canyon winter hike and ink pots hike can be combined in a single day! The ice formations and spectacular. It's one of the prettiest hikes in the Canadian Rockies.
Abraham Lake, Alberta – Ice Bubble Heaven
There are a few things you should know if you want to safely visit Abraham Lake in winter and get the best ice bubble pictures possible.
Alberta Hikes Help You Beat the Winter Blues
Chionophobia is the fear of snow and frigophobia is the fear of the cold. There you have it. I just diagnosed myself using the Internet. Despite my issues with Old Man Winter, I've discovered that Alberta hikes and outdoor activities can help you beat the winter blues.