Eye of the beholder
Follow me on Facebook Follow me on Instagram spent a few days in the extreme cold exploring Jasper National Park with my wife. I’ve been fortunate enough to visit this park numerous times before in the summer but never in the winter and was not at all prepared for what awaited me. The grander of mother natures frozen artistry in the winter is honestly awe-inspiring and something that photos can simply not come close to representing accurately. Maligne Canyon measures over 160…
Johnston Canyon Hike | Best Hikes in Banff National Park
The Johnston Canyon hike is a must-do when visiting Banff National Park. Read our post for information and inspiration for planning your trip.
Postcards from Johnston Canyon
When I was planning my few solo days in Southern Alberta I knew of the big guns: Calgary, Banff, Lake Louise. I hadn't known about Johnston Canyon until a few weeks before I left, despite it being one of the busiest trails in the area. As soon as I saw pictures though I knew it had to make it onto my itinerary.
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Best Time to Visit Banff National Park - Banff National Park is a spectacular area on the Canadian side of Rocky Mountain. It offers hiking trails for all experience levels, and amazing scenery that covers 6,641 square kilometers of area. It also has several interesting outdoor activity spots, and modern facilities to accommodate visitors. Learn the…
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Hike to the Johnston Canyon Cave
It’s amazing how much varied scenery you see over the course of the very short 1.7 mile hike. Follow the catwalks through the canyon as the stunning turquoise water flows below. If you’re feeling up for a longer hike, you can continue along the trail to the Ink Pots (makes for a great winter hike!), which is an additional 3.6 miles. To avoid the crowds, it is highly recommended to start this hike early in the morning or later in the afternoon. To get to Johnston Canyon, simply follow the Bow…