Jessica Wynne Lockhart

Places To Camp In Banff That Inspire Adventure

Sitting on the western edges of Alberta, Banff National Park is all the superlatives of Canada crammed into one place. It’s aquamarine glacial lakes, backed by snow-capped rocky mountain...

Experience Banff’s Wild Rivers On These World-Class Rafting Tours

Banff National Park may be best known for its crystalline-blue glacial lakes, but its rivers are where some of the best Rocky Mountain adventures can be found. From flatwater...

Your Guide To Paddling Dazzling Moraine Lake In Banff

Nestled in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake in Banff National Park has grown to be as iconic as its big sister Louise, just down the road. Like...

How To Experience Banff’s Awe-Striking Beauty By Canoe

Majestic, magical, surreal and serene: these are the types of words people fall back on when it comes time to describe the waterways of Banff National Park. Anywhere else,...

The Ultimate Outdoor Adventurer’s Guide To Banff

Banff National Park is Canada’s most-visited national park for good reason. Canadians have been drawn here since the 1880s, attracted to the park’s glacial lakes, rushing rivers, snow-capped mountains...

Paddleboard Edmonton: Where To Paddle, Rent & More

Standup paddleboarding has seen massive growth in recent years, becoming one of the most popular summertime sports in Central Alberta. It makes sense: The lakes of Edmonton—from the micro...

Edmonton Canoe Guide: Where To Paddle, Rent, Buy &...

Much like the rest of Canada, both Alberta and Edmonton have a rich history of canoeing. Birchbark canoes have been used by the First Nations people for thousands of...

Best Places To Go Camping In Edmonton

The glacial lakes of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains may get all the glory, but the reality is that Albertans are spoiled with access to hundreds of freshwater lakes, rivers and...

Kayak Edmonton: Where To Paddle, Rent, Buy & More

Canoes once reigned supreme in Western Canada, but over the last 20 years kayaking has surged in popularity in the province of Alberta, with the pandemic only serving to...