Sloquet Hot Springs | Vancouver BC - Perogy and Panda
What’s better than delightfully warm natural hot springs on a cold rainy day? Nothing. Okay, maybe a few things. But natural hot springs are pretty awesome, cold day or not. And the fact that Vancouver BC has some just a day trip away is even more awesome. Sloquet Hot Springs are the first we’ve been to on Canada’s west coast, but they certainly won’t be the last. Hot spring hunting blood now pumps through these veins of mine. GETTING TO SLOQUET HOT SPRINGS There are two routes you can…
Two days in Vancouver, British Columbia - what to see, do and eat downtown
From urban eats to nature walks, Vancouver, Canada’s western metropolis, is ready for you to explore. Take in Stanley Park and get to know Vancouver’s neighbourhoods with this two-day itinerary
15 Fun Whistler Summer Activities to Get You Excited for the Outdoors
Looking to escape the city life? Want to embark on a short weekend trip? Here are 15 Whistler summer activities to check out for your next adventure!
48 Hours of Things to Do in Vancouver | One Girl, Whole World
There are so many things to do in Vancouver, that two days may not seem like much. Use these tips to plan your trip and see the best of this beautiful city!
Our First Airbnb Penthouse Experience in Vancouver, Canada - Travel Pockets
Most of our Airbnb stays have been pretty average in size, so the penthouse in Vancouver was our first experience with an amazing rooftop view and extra amenities. Since we were traveling with several friends on this trip, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to book something a little more luxurious since we would all be splitting the cost.
What We Did in 24 Hours in Downtown Vancouver | The Globe Diary Blog
Here's a quick guide on how to spend a short and quick 24 Hours in Downtown Vancouver -- divine food, great coffee & Downtown Sights you have to see!
Travel Round Up: Our Favourites From Vancouver | The Globe Diary
We spent close to a whole week exploring Vancouver, British Columbia! Check out all our favourites in our latest blog post on our visit: food, coffee, & Christmas activities including the Capilano Suspension Bridge and a Christmas market!
15 Incredible Things to Do in Squamish BC » Local Adventurer
Squamish is a beautiful spot! There are mountains, rivers, lakes, and lots to do. Here are 15 Incredible Things to Do in Squamish BC.
Squamish Attractions for Families Visiting Vancouver, BC
Top Squamish attractions for families include a Squamish train museum, Squamish mining museum and the Squamish Sea to Sky gondola near Vancouver, BC.
Photo Essay: A Winter Weekend in Squamish | Happiest Outdoors
Last Friday after work Greg and I threw our bags into the car and headed north up the Sea to Sky highway for a weekend in Squamish. Except this time we weren’t going to sleep in a tent or climb a mountain. This time we were going to do things we had never done before like go river rafting to see eagles, visit the Britannia Mining Museum and lots more. As we arrived in Squamish we noticed that even though we were only an hour from Vancouver and still at sea level, the ground was blanketed in…
Brohm Lake: A Great Shoulder Season Hike | Happiest Outdoors
It’s that time of year again: There isn’t enough snow to go skiing or snowshoeing, but there’s enough ice to make high elevation travel annoying or even dangerous. Welcome to shoulder season, that grumpy time between summer and winter that is better known as Fall and Spring. Many people find it a frustrating time to go hiking, but I’ve learned that with a bit of persistence you can find trails to hike that are very rewarding. You won’t be attaining any major summits but there are still…
A Relaxing Stay in Squamish, British Columbia — Wolves & Waterfalls
On a recent trip to Canada, I spent two nights at an Airbnb in Squamish and had an incredibly relaxing experience. Read about my stay here and get ideas on what to do in Squamish
Hike to Crooked Falls in Squamish | Happiest Outdoors
Go beyond Brandywine or Shannon Falls: hike to little known Crooked Falls outside of Squamish to see an awesome waterfall from three different viewpoints.
TRAIN WRECK TRAIL
A train transporting freshly cut logs derailed in the 1950’s and indirectly created a new treasure around Whistler. Boxcars rolled and tumbled through a thick forest where seven cars are now …