How to Spend 36 Hours in Vancouver

36 Hours to Kill in Vancouver. I’ve never been a huge fan of cities. They’re big, busy, smelly, smoggy and grimy. Generally speaking. Or maybe, I’m just not a ‘city girl’ (in fact, I know I’m not). However, I’ve got to say, I was actually incredibly impressed with Vancouver. So much so, we wanted to Read More

Dog Sledding in Big White – A True Canadian Experience

One Unforgettable Morning Dog Sledding in Big White. Having spent almost 12 months in Canada, I had ticked off most Canadian experiences. Skiing multiple resorts across British Columbia and Alberta, eating poutine and drinking delicious Okanagan wine, Snow Biking, and Cat Skiing in the legendary Selkirk Mountains. But I hadn’t yet ticked off Dog Sledding. It was Read More

The Quirky Town of Nelson, B.C.

A Long Weekend in Nelson, B.C. The small, sleepy town of Nelson is by far one of my favourite places to visit in British Columbia. It sits nestled among the Selkirk Mountains, on the extreme West Arm of the Kootenay Lake. Quiet and charming on appearance, yet secretly bustling with adrenaline-based sport junkies, eager to Read More


Banff – One Beautiful Town

The Tale of a Very Quick Road Trip to Banff Originally, our trip to Banff was supposed to be a three night romantic getaway for my boyfriend and I. However, all of our friends quickly jumped on board and it turned into a whirlwind adventure of skiing, drinking and sliding around an icy Canyon walk. Read More


A Day with Valhalla Powdercats

A Day with Valhalla Powdercats Cat skiing is something that had been slowly creeping its way into our subconscious for a while now, especially living in B.C. for almost two seasons. We started to talk about it more and more, researching options in Nelson, Vernon, Revelstoke, Whistler… everywhere we could think of. Then, after a Read More