Canadian Rockies Wilderness Walks

Canadian Rockies Wilderness Walks

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Canadian Rockies Wilderness Walks

13 Days Starting and ending in Calgary

Visiting:

Calgary

,

Lake Louise

,

Lake Agnes Trail

,

Sentinel Pass

,

Yoho National Park Of Canada

,

Jasper National Park

,

Parker Ridge Trail

,

Cavell Street

,

Sulphur Skyline Trail

,

Icefields Parkway

,

Landslide Lake

,

Banff National Park

,

Cory Pass

,

Cascade Amphitheatre Trail

Tour operator:

Exodus

Physical rating:

Moderate / Challenging

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Trip Styles:

Activities:

Tour code:

PRW

Group size:

6 - 12

Age range:

16 to 99

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

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Tour Overview

Few places in the world offer such pristine and diverse walking options as the Canadian Rockies. Virgin forests, shimmering blue lakes, ancient glaciers, deep canyons and rushing rivers weave their way across the landscape whilst wildlife abounds. It's a paradise for photographers, wildlife and outdoors enthusiasts but, most of all, it's a haven for walkers. Hike along an extensive network of trails in some of the best national parks in the world as you keep your eyes peeled for species such as bear, eagles, deer and moose. Nothing will inspire you more than an epic walking holiday deep into the Canadian Rockies.

Highlights

  • Drive the breathtaking Icefields Parkway

  • Enjoy a three night heli-hike experience within the Canadian wilderness area of Landslide Lake

  • Hike through the wilderness of the Canadian Rockies on a series of named hiking trails

  • Forested walks through alpine covered valleys and wildlife viewing opportunities 

  • Walk to Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park

  • Three nights in the Lake Louise area and three nights in Jasper National Park 

  • Views of Saskatchewan Glacier and Moraine Lake 

Itinerary

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icon Day 1 : Start Calgary
Location:

  Calgary


Accommodation:

  Hotel


Accommodation Name:

  Ramada Downtown Calgary (or similar)


Meals Included:

  No Meals


Welcome to Calgary, gateway to the Canadian Rockies, where you can take time
before the tour begins to explore this cosmopolitan city with its skyscrapers
and booming oil industry. Calgary has historically been famous for its `Wild
West' roots but in recent years has become a dynamic and exciting city. It
oozes Western culture, a feature that earned it the nickname 'Cowtown' -
evident in the Calgary Stampede. Join your tour guide and fellow travellers
for a welcome meeting at 18:00 hrs in the hotel lobby.

icon Day 2 : Lake Louise; Lake Agnes Trail
Location:

  Lake Louise, Lake Agnes Trail


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Lake Louise Campground (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Lunch, Dinner


Today we go west in the heart of the Rockies, onto Lake Louise, our base for
the next three nights. Upon arrival, take in the epic panorama of the Chateau
Lake Louise and warm up those hiking boots with a walk on the Lake Agnes
Trail beside the emerald coloured lake for views of Victoria Glacier. Hike
through old-growth forest before reaching spectacular views of Lake Louise
from above and then continue along the trail until you reach Lake Agnes and a
rustic teahouse, providing much needed refreshment before the descent back
down to our campsite near Lake Louise.

*Trail name:* Lake Agnes Trail
*Maximum altitude:* 2120 metres

*Lake Agnes Trail*: 435m elevation gain/loss

icon Day 3 : Second day at Lake Louise; climb to Sentinel Pass
Location:

  Lake Louise, Sentinel Pass


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Lake Louise Campground (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Take a short transfer to Moraine Lake, neighbour to Lake Louise and situated
in the scenic Valley of the Ten Peaks. Hike along the Larch Valley before
climbing to Sentinel Pass for magnificent views of Banff National Park
backcountry. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife including elk, porcupine and
bears, which are often sighted on the trail. From here you can either hike
back or start your descent along the Paradise Valley to end this loop trail.
This is one of Banff's premier hiking trails, so we are likely to see a few
fellow hikers on the trail too.

*Trail name:* Sentinel Pass
*Maximum altitude:* 2611 metres

*Sentinel Pass Trail*: 792m elevation gain/loss

icon Day 4 : Yoho National Park; Iceline Trail
Location:

  Yoho National Park Of Canada


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Lake Louise Campground (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Lunch, Dinner


Cross the Continental Divide north along the Kicking Horse River towards Yoho
National Park. Yoho means 'wonder' in the Cree Indian language, and is home
to some beautiful alpine scenery, which is best explored on foot. The trail
today delivers striking views of Takakkaw Falls, Daly Glacier and Yoho River.
Overshadowed by the neighbouring parks of Banff and Jasper, Yoho National
Park is the hidden treasure of the Canadian National Parks System. If you
don’t fancy seeing the trail through the entire 21kms, you can hike a
section of the trail and join an optional rafting excursion in the afternoon,
on the glacier fed Kicking Horse River. 

Optional activities:

Whitewater rafting CA$120-$173

*Trail name:* Iceline Trail
*Maximum altitude:* 2073 metres

*Iceline Trail*: 1053 elevation gain/loss

icon Day 5 : Jasper National Park; hike the Parker Ridge Trail
Location:

  Jasper National Park, Parker Ridge Trail


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Whistler Campground (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Our journey continues over to Jasper National Park - keep your eyes peeled
for wildlife such as Black bears and Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep which are
in abundance. On the way we stop to hike the Parker Ridge trail with the
chance to see the Saskatchewan Glacier. The trail climbs quickly until it
gets above the treeline. The trail does not actually reach the summit of
Parker Ridge, but it comes within about 60 vertical meters of it and the
views are simply incredible. Tonight, we set up camp underneath the watchful
gaze of Jasper's rugged peaks, our home for the next three nights. On our way
along Icefield's Parkway there is the opportunity for a hike on Athabasca
Glacier (please let your guide know on day one if you’re interested as this
activity is prone to selling out). 

Optional Activities:

Guided glacier walk CA$100 (CA$60 for under 17s)

*Trail name:* Parker Ridge
*Maximum altitude:* 2270 metres

*Parker ridge **Trail*: 269m elevation gain/loss

icon Day 6 : Jasper National Park; Cavell Meadows
Location:

  Jasper National Park, Cavell Street


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Whistler Campground (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Jasper is much quieter than some other national parks, making it easier to
leave the crowds behind. We take the trail to Cavell Meadows at the foot of
Angel Glacier for a true wilderness feel. After climbing up, we'll reach the
alpine terrain with great chance to watch caribous! This is a great way to
find out more about the ever-changing environment of this stunning national
park.

*Trail name:* Cavell Meadows
*Maximum altitude:* 2288 metres

*Cavell Meadows Trail*: 500m elevation gain/loss

icon Day 7 : Jasper National Park; Sulphur Skyline Trail
Location:

  Jasper National Park, Sulphur Skyline Trail


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Whistler Campground (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Today we hike the Sulphur Skyline trail which has some of the most
breathtaking panoramas that Jasper has to offer. The five mile trek to the
mountain peak overlooks a phenomenally rugged section of the Canadian
Rockies. Of course, a great way to finish the day is with a soak in Miette
Hot Springs to ease those aching muscles, which is why we’ve included this
for you (don’t forget your swimwear). 

Optional Activities: 

* Mountain biking CA$20 per hour
* SkyTram cable car CA$50

*Trail name:* Sulphur Skyline Trail
*Maximum altitude:* 2000 metres

*Sulphure Skyline Trail*: 650m elevation gain/loss

icon Day 8 : Icefields Parkway to Landslide Lake
Location:

  Icefields Parkway, Landslide Lake


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Wilderness Campground


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


We take a short helicopter flight today to the area of Landslide Lake where
we'll be dropped in the alpine, far away from other hikers, for a wilderness
trek like no other! We set up our camp here for the next three nights in an
area of wilderness devoid of other travellers, facilities, picnic tables or
the modernities of everyday life. It is important to be aware that you will
not be staying in a campsite, this is the Canadian wilderness and your guide
will set up tents where it’s best; there is no pre-determined camping spot.
You will not have access to showers or modern toilets during your three night
stay, and each day your guide will hoist food into the trees and away from
bears. After arrival and having set up your camp, your guide will take you on
a hike around the Landslide Lake area.

*Please note:* We ask that customers take no more cargo than 20 pounds each
(including carry-on) for these 3 nights and that it is packed in a soft small
gym bag. If you wish to leave luggage behind, this can be stored inside the
trailer, which is left parked at the helicopter company.

*Land slide lake*: elevation gain/loss from 300 to 800m / day

icon Day 9 - 10 : Landslide Lake
Location:

  Landslide Lake


Accommodation:

  Camp


Accommodation Name:

  Wilderness Campground


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


We have many options for the next two days ranging from steady walks through
alpine meadows to strenuous treks to surrounding ridges. The tour guides will
suggest hiking choices such as the 'Lake of the Fall' hike or hike along an
unnamed pass. All hikes offer a truly unforgettable experience in the
wilderness of the Canadian Rockies, but it is important to remember that
there are no designated trails - you’re in the complete wilderness here
where there aren't any 'official trails'. We will be walking on public land
but this area is ungoverned by a national park. Your guides will make
decisions based on the capabilities of the group. They carry bear spray which
will be on hand in the rare event that it is required.

*Land slide lake*: elevation gain/loss from 300 to 800m / day

icon Day 11 : Heli-flight; Banff National Park
Location:

  Banff National Park


Accommodation:

  Tunnel Mountain (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


We depart the Landslide Lake area this morning on a spectacular helicopter
flight out of the wilderness, to Cline River. Our journey continues by road
towards Banff National Park. Banff is our base for the next two nights,
giving us the opportunity to discover even more wonderful hiking trails. This
afternoon we'll discover Minnewanka Lake, a large glacier lake of 5
kilometres, for an easy hike by the rocky shore. Alternatively you can simply
relax by the water, visit the Banff area, relax on Banff Upper Hot Springs or
rent a canoe and paddle along the Bow River for a little watery adventure.

*Lake Minnewanka Trail*:  NA minimal elevation gain/loss

icon Day 12 : Banff National Park; Cory Pass
Location:

  Banff National Park, Cory Pass


Accommodation:

  Tunnel Mountain (or similar)


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Dinner


Today's walk is a 14-km loop trail. This is a strenuous workout up 981m to
the Cory Pass, behind Mt. Edith, past Mt. Louis and through the Edith Pass on
the way back to the trailhead. From the Fireside Picnic area, we follow the
trail 1km to the Cory pass junction, and then climb most of the 915m over the
remaining 4.5 km, eventually reaching above the tree line. There are several
points to take photos and catch your breath along the way. Once through the
Cory pass you will follow a rough trail for about 3.5 km through scree fields
and across avalanche paths until you rejoin the main hiking trail at Edith
Pass. Descend along the drainage through the forest between Mt. Norquay and
Mt. Edith until you loop past the Cory Pass junction again and then to the
trailhead. This is a really good hike and a favourite of the local climbing
community.

*Trail name:* Cory Pass
*Maximum altitude:* 2324 metres

*Cory Pass Trail*: 1168m elevation gain/loss

icon Day 13 : Hike the Cascade Amphitheatre Trail and return to Calgary; tour ends. 
Location:

  Cascade Amphitheatre Trail, Calgary


Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Our tour is nearly coming to an end but there is time for one last chance to
hit the trails! Today depends on the weather conditions, but we will more
than likely hike the Cascade Amphitheatre trail. This hike begins at the Mt.
Norquay ski area, crosses a bridge over Forty Mile Creek, then traverses
through dense forest to the Cascade Amphitheatre. As you emerge into the
amphitheatre, enclosed by limestone cliffs, there are usually wildflowers (in
the early season). After this we'll return to Calgary where the tour ends at
approximately 17:00 hrs.

We can book your post-tour accommodation if required. If you are planning to
fly tonight, please do not book a flight that departs before 21:00 hrs.

*Name of Hike:* Cascade Amphitheatre

*Max Altitude:* 2195 metres

What's Included

  • All accommodation

  • 11 breakfasts, 11 lunches & 9 dinners

  • We can include flights from the UK.  Please contact us for a quote.

  • All transport and listed activities

  • Tour leader throughout

What's Not Included

  • Optional activities

  • Arrival & departure transfers

  • Flights

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

  • Travel insurance

Accommodation

This camping tour uses national and state park campsites and also a wide assortment of private campgrounds. These will not always be within the national park boundaries, but we select the best from what is available in each area. Most will have flush toilets and hot showers however some may charge an additional fee of $1-$3 for use of the showers. You sleep in high quality, tents which single travellers share with one other passenger of the same sex. Camping equipment also includes field kitchens, inflatable sleeping pads, food storage and camp lanterns and chairs. Most campsites have a quiet time from 22:00 hrs to 07:00 hrs. Please respect your fellow campers who are there to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of camping. The accommodation on our tours is based on twin-share, so if you’re travelling on your own, you’ll share with a fellow passenger of the same sex. However, if you would prefer your own space we offer a single supplement where you can have your own tent for an additional fee. 

Food

11 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 9 dinners included. On this tour the majority of your meals are included whilst camping. Your tour guide will coordinate local shopping and assist the group in preparing healthy, hearty breakfasts, picnic lunches and delicious dinners. Occasionally, you will eat out in local restaurants. To help you budget for these meals on average hotel breakfasts cost from CAD$6-$12, lunches from CAD$8-$15 and dinners from CAD$13-$30; this does not include alcoholic beverages. Wine costs approximately CAD$5 per glass and beer CAD$4 per bottle. Please be aware that a tip of approximately 17%-20% is added to group meals in Canadian restaurants. Applicable taxes will also be added to all listed menu prices. Please make sure we are aware of any special meal requirements before travelling. We will do all we can to accommodate for various dietary requirements but in certain parts of Canada certain food types can be limited.

Check out our Q&As

Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

Yes

Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

16+ age people can go on this tour.

Are airport transfers included in this tour?

No Arrival & departure transfers

What is the maximum group size?

12

What happens if I need to change my holiday date once I’ve booked?

If you wish to make any changes to your booking, particularly if you need to alter any flights booked through us, please let us know as soon as possible. There is a booking or flight amendment fee of £40 per change and flight amendments often incur extra airline costs depending on the changes to be made and if the ticket has been issued or not.

    How long has the tour company been trading?

    Exodus has been trading since 1974

    What documents will I receive before I travel?

    Your final joining instructions and flight details, if booked with us, will then be sent out 2 to 3 weeks before departure. If you would like a hard copy posted, or if you require these any earlier, please contact the customer operations team. We advise that if you are booking connecting travel before receiving these, please ensure you leave plenty of time.

    Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Travellers are welcome to opt to share a room with a tour member of the same gender for no additional charge. If you'd like your own room, we can request a single supplement so that you will have your own room throughout.

    Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    You are welcome to meet the group after the tour has departed however there is no reduction in rate for joining a tour after the departure date.

Reviews

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HIKING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

A fantastic holiday enabling you to see the Rockies in a way that you would not experience if travelling on your own.  Though this is a challlenging set of hikes ....more

A fantastic holiday enabling you to see the Rockies in a way that you would not experience if travelling on your own.

 Though this is a challlenging set of hikes it's perfectly doable for anyone who walks in areas like the Lake District.

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Fantastic trip

Lovely holiday in the Rockies, varied walks, great guides who cooked 3 course meals every night on a 3 ring gas burner. Bus time kept to a minimum but we ....more

Lovely holiday in the Rockies, varied walks, great guides who cooked 3 course meals every night on a 3 ring gas burner.

Bus time kept to a minimum but we covered a lot of ground.

Just remember, you are in the mountains and the weather can be variable, the averages given in the trip notes can be deceiving! less....


A great trip for mountain lovers and walkers

Canada is a wonderful country. Everything is on a huge scale and beautiful. The selection of walks offered give a real insight into some of the most beautiful ....more

Canada is a wonderful country.

Everything is on a huge scale and beautiful.

The selection of walks offered give a real insight into some of the most beautiful parts and walks there are in the Rockies.

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HIKING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

A fantastic trip, thanks to all involved. The Rockies are all they say in the brochure - and more.

A fantastic trip, thanks to all involved.

The Rockies are all they say in the brochure - and more.


HIKING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

This was an awesome trip, it exceeded all my expectations and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone with a love for the outdoors, gorgeous scenery and challenging hikes.  This ....more

This was an awesome trip, it exceeded all my expectations and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone with a love for the outdoors, gorgeous scenery and challenging hikes.

  This is a hiking trip, it’s full on and for the most part you will be busy – hiking!  There are a couple of opportunities to spend time in Jasper and Banff, catch up with laundry or do some souvenir shopping,  but for me it was all about the Rockies and enjoying panoramas that no photograph could ever do justice! All the hikes are perfectly doable if you have a good level of fitness and a real desire to get to the top! You’re in the Rockies, the elevation gain is going to be tough, but all the pain will be forgotten the second you get to the top – every hike has a prize of the most spectacular views! less....


HIKING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

Really excellent in every respect, the trip content, the guides and the company. The scenery was breath taking and the walking great. Don’t be put off by the ‘challenging’ description ....more

Really excellent in every respect, the trip content, the guides and the company.

The scenery was breath taking and the walking great.

Don’t be put off by the ‘challenging’ description it was easier than many Peaks or Lakes walks and the paths mainly well-manicured.

Some of the slopes are steep tough so you do need to be fit.

We did see wild life and our guides went out of their way to try and find it.

Which we did but unfortunately the number of animals sighted was limited but there is nothing anyone could do about that if they’re feeling shy.

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HIKING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

Fantastic trip, scenery and walks were so much better than I imagined. Some great wildlife encounters as well. The four regions we camped in were quite different from each other ....more

Fantastic trip, scenery and walks were so much better than I imagined.

Some great wildlife encounters as well.

The four regions we camped in were quite different from each other so you got a great overview of the Rockies.

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Canadian Rockies Wilderness Walks

Generally a nice holiday, in spectacular scenery. The food was varied and very plentiful (although having 10 females in the party of 12, plus 2 male guides might have had ....more

Generally a nice holiday, in spectacular scenery.

The food was varied and very plentiful (although having 10 females in the party of 12, plus 2 male guides might have had a bearing on this).

Assorted dietary restrictions were catered for.

The sites were fine, with the exception of the "last" one near Waterton Park (Waterton Springs Campground) which, in all honesty, was unacceptable for a holiday costing in excess of £3,000 for 11 days camping.

We had a 1km walk to get hot water for anything, the toilet facilities near our tents were basic and only just about acceptable (if you ignore the lack of hot water) and the sinks for washing up in were disgusting.

They had a large number (40-50) of RVs on site, all situated next to the office and all facilities.

We were put as far away from there as was possible on the site (presumably so that a "noisy" group wouldn't disturb their main source of income - the RVs).

There may have been another 5-6 people in tents while we were there.

We were unfortunate in that, due to fires, Waterton Park was closed the day after we arrived and then totally evacuated, so I cannot comment on the walks there.

This was a shame as I had visited there for 2 days last year and really loved it - there is what looked to be a reasonable site in Waterton Park itself, beautifully situated next to the village, although I can't comment on its facilities as I was in a hotel.

In fact, returning there was a major factor in me choosing to go on this holiday.

On the plus side, we only stayed at the poor site for one night.

The tour company arranged a new site, well away from the fires (a 500km drive in fact), in a much nicer site, at very short notice.

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Memorable trip to the Canadian Rockies

Really fantastic trip! I got to experience the totally breathtaking Canadian Rockies with a lovely group of people, and led by knowledgeable and passionate guides. The hiking is brilliant, and ....more

Really fantastic trip! I got to experience the totally breathtaking Canadian Rockies with a lovely group of people, and led by knowledgeable and passionate guides.

The hiking is brilliant, and this trip allows you to walk on the less touristy trails and really get a taste for the wilderness.

The itinerary is really well thought-out, meaning you get to walk in a few of the national parks to get a fuller and more varied sense of the landscape, and also the longer hikes are perfectly spread out with easier walking in-between.

The guides worked really hard and were incredibly considerate of the group's preferences.

The meals were varied and delicious, and nothing beats sitting by a campfire after a long day of hiking.

Such a memorable way to see the Rockies, and definitely served to convince me that I'm going back! less....


HIKING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

My expectations were high and this holiday far exceeded them. It was the trip of a lifetime fo me and I loved every second of it.

My expectations were high and this holiday far exceeded them.

It was the trip of a lifetime fo me and I loved every second of it.


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    Exodus requires a minimum deposit of 25% or the full booking value, whichever is less, with the final balance not due until 90 days before departure.

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    We don't charge a cancellation fee, here is a summary of exodus charges.

    Up to 42 days before tour starts: 100% of deposit.

    At 20 days before tour starts: 100% of booking price.

Canadian Rockies Wilderness Walks

13 Days Starting and ending in Calgary

Visiting:

Calgary

,

Lake Louise

,

Lake Agnes Trail

,

Sentinel Pass

,

Yoho National Park Of Canada

,

Jasper National Park

,

Parker Ridge Trail

,

Cavell Street

,

Sulphur Skyline Trail

,

Icefields Parkway

,

Landslide Lake

,

Banff National Park

,

Cory Pass

,

Cascade Amphitheatre Trail

Tour operator:

Exodus

Physical rating:

Moderate / Challenging

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Trip Styles:

Activities:

Tour code:

PRW

Group size:

6 - 12

Age range:

16 to 99

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

From:
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"My favourite activity in Bali was climbing Mount Batur in the middle of the night to watch the sunrise on top of the volcano. We were even lucky enough to see Mount Rinjani on Lombok in the distance! "

Must pack items for Bali

"Don't forget to bring warmer clothes! Especially in Northern Bali, it can get colder and you will need a jacket for sure! This photo was taken on top of a mountain and trust me, it was pretty cold..."

Bonus...

"Combine your Bali trip with a few days on Nusa Penida. Every photographer wants to take a photo of the T-rex-shaped cliff but... watch out when flying your drone. The signal is very sketchy!"

About Our

  • Travel Creator
  • Countries Visited:

    22 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Java, Indonesia

  • Dream Destination:

    Chile

  • About them:
  • A 20-year old who fell in love with our planet and who captures his memories on camera

Reykjavík

Iceland

Adventure Tours

@travellustlarry's Top Tips

"Be sure to take the lift up to the top of Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral. You are rewarded with great 360-degree views of the city's colourful buildings, snow-capped mountains and the Atlantic Ocean."

Must pack items for Reykjavík

"Pack for every eventuality of weather! The weather is very, very changeable - so be prepared for rain, snow, sun and blustery winds!"

Favourite time of year to visit Reykjavík

"Winter is spectacular... the whole country is covered in snow and ice. If you get a clear, crisp day you will see the country at its best."

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Do a day tour from Reykjavik. Go EXPLORE! You will see geothermal areas, geysers, pumping waterfalls, black sand beaches, tectonic plates, lava tubes & ice caves to name a few - spectacular! "

About Our

  • Adventure Traveller
  • Countries Visited:

    60 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Bolivia

  • Dream Destination:

    Ethopia , Iran , Namibia, Georgia

  • About them:
  • With 25 years experience of travelling , discovering & exploring our beautiful Planet i look to take the "Road less Travelled" and hope to inspire others to do the same thru my adventures & photos

Java

Indonesia

Active Adventures

What do you love most about Java?

"Java is a true hidden gem where you can still experience the real Indonesia and its culture, without the mass tourism of Bali."

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"While Mt. Bromo is the most famous volcano to visit on Java, Ijen Crater is definitely my favourite! Start hiking at 2 am with a gas mask around your neck and wait for sunrise on top of the crater ring."

Does Java have white sand beaches?

"YES! I had the best time on the undiscovered island of Karimunjawa. It's an absolute must when visiting Java!"

What is your wildest memory of your time on Java?

"After watching the sunrise at Mt. Bromo, we were driving through the Black Sand Dessert and I was flying my drone while sitting on top of the Jeep with 2 of my friends. I will never forget that!"

@jasononcamera's Top Tips

"Talk to the locals (they are so friendly), try the street food (it's so good and so cheap) & last but not least: take your time to take it all in because you will get blown away by this beautiful island!"

About Our

  • Travel Creator
  • Countries Visited:

    22 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Java, Indonesia

  • Dream Destination:

    Chile

  • About them:
  • A 20-year old who fell in love with our planet and who captures his memories on camera

Wadi Musa

Jordan

Hiking

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Catching a glimpse of the Treasury for the first time is a magical moment!"

What do you love most about Wadi Musa?

"Petra is huge, there are so many highlights: the Monastery, Royal Tombs, the Amphitheatre & more..."

Is Petra a family-friendly destination?

"Absolutely, it’s fun and probably a history lesson they will never forget!"

@traveltheworldwithmykiddies's Top Tips

"- You need at least two days to visit the whole historical site - Visit the Siq and Treasury with an official guide, so you know all the stories! - Be prepared for a lot of hiking!"

Favourite time of year to visit Wadi Musa

"Winter, the weather is perfect for hiking and it’s not too crowded."

About Our

  • Travel Blogger
  • Countries Visited:

    36 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Cape Town

  • Dream Destination:

    Peru

  • About them:
  • I’m a traveladdict (no surprise 😉), storyteller and photographer, mom of two and an environmental scientist and biologist when I’m not traveling.

Wadi Rum Reserve

Jordan

Trekking

Benefits of a tour guide for Wadi Rum Reserve

"You can’t visit the desert on your own. A local guide will show you all the magical spots!"

@traveltheworldwithmykiddies's Top Tips

"Ask your guide for the best sunset spot! Eat a traditional Bedouin meal. Stay at least 2 nights. Enjoy the peace, there is no WiFi or phone connection here!"

About Our

  • Travel Blogger
  • Countries Visited:

    36 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Cape Town

  • Dream Destination:

    Peru

  • About them:
  • I’m a traveladdict (no surprise 😉), storyteller and photographer, mom of two and an environmental scientist and biologist when I’m not traveling.

Faroe Islands

Hiking

Must pack items for Faroe Islands

"To get to Drangarnir and Tindholmur, make sure you're with a guide! As far as the hiking is concerned, bring layers (around 3 should be fine), as well as lots of water and some food!"

What do you love most about Faroe Islands?

"The road in Streymoy ends in the town of Tjørnuvik. This town is located in a valley, boasting its very own beach, and a great view of the North Atlantic!"

What do you love most about Faroe Islands?

"Visiting the Kallur Lighthouse on Kalsoy island was surreal. Plush green landscapes and adoring sheep families join you on this 1-hour hike. I had it entirely to myself too!"

@ck_the_explorer's Top Tips

"Views like this are found by hiking up to Klakkur, a viewpoint near Klaksvik in the Faroe Islands. Seeing the salmon cages in the distance and Faroe's 2nd largest city is quite the experience."

What do you love most about Faroe Islands?

"The old town Torshavn, in the capital of the Faroe Islands, still has old turfed homes in perfect condition. These houses are reminiscent of Faroese ancestors!"

About Our

  • Travel Photographer
  • Countries Visited:

    59 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Iceland, Faroe Islands, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Stockholm

  • Dream Destination:

    Patagonia

  • About them:
  • I'm from Washington DC but currently call Sweden my home. I'm a self taught photographer and drone flyer and enjoy switching the fluorescent lights in my lab with golden hour in any destination.

Amsterdam

Netherlands

What do you love most about Amsterdam?

"The architecture with the canals are so amazing! The whole city has a really charming vibe!"

Favourite time of year to visit Amsterdam

"Amsterdam is truly an all year destination! "

@biankadventures's Top Tips

"- Avoid the peak season - Book in advance - Get the Amsterdam city card - Try the stroopwafel - Get lost in the canals - By some flowers in the market"

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Loved visiting the Damrak and the iconic flower market! Nice to see so many beautiful flowers in one place! "

About Our

  • Content Creator
  • Countries Visited:

    29 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    New York

  • Dream Destination:

    Peru

  • About them:
  • I am a huge travel addict who has a regular 9-5 job and outside of this try to explore the world, search for unique places and hidden gems! I hope my tips and photos can be an inspiration for you!

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

United States

What do you love most about Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area?

"The Columbia River Gorge has one of the best concentrations of waterfall hikes with over 90 waterfalls in the area waiting to be explored!"

Favourite time of year to visit Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

"Late spring or early autumn! Both provide good weather conditions, a chance to see new blooms or fall foliage & minimised crowds."

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get lost in nature!"

@thishomeschoolerslife's Top Tips

"Wear layers & always bring a jacket. The Gorge is known to have big wind gusts, especially in the late fall, winter, and early Spring. Best to be prepared with a jacket or layers."

@thishomeschoolerslife's Top Tips

"The historic Vista House at Crown Point is an excellent starting point for your drive on HWY 30. Climb to the top for the best views of the Columbia River."

About Our

  • Influencer
  • Countries Visited:

    4 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    London

  • Dream Destination:

    The world!

  • About them:
  • "Live once Travel Well", is my main motto for life. I love to travel, go on outdoor adventures & family travels/adventures. When I'm not traveling, I'm busy planning my next adventure ☺️