The Iceline Trail in Yoho National Park is hands down one of the top day hikes in the Canadian Rockies and is also one of my favourite hikes for photography. It has it all when it comes to photographing the mountain environment; raging rivers, countless … Continue readingTHE ICELINE TRAIL – a classic Canadian Rockies hike
The Banff Gondola and the Lake Louise Ski Resort provide gondola sightseeing experiences year round to two of the most scenic viewpoints in the Canadian Rockies. These organizations both provide a quick, easy way to get a 360° birds eye view of the mountains even … Continue readingGONDOLA SIGHTSEEING EXPERIENCES – 360° of WINTER
SEPTEMBER 23rd 2018 – A ‘tale from the trail’ Arriving home from a couple of weeks in Iceland recently I was itching to get out and photograph the brief display of fall color that we receive in The Canadian Rockies between about September 15-30th each … Continue reading‘The Sacrificial Goat’ – A Grizzly Bear Encounter in the Canadian Rockies!
Fall in Banff National Park offers some great opportunities for landscape photography, particularly from mid-September to mid-October. This is my favourite time to photograph in the Canadian Rockies. Read through this fall photography guide to Banff for some information regarding where to go to find … Continue readingFall photography guide to Banff
Abraham Lake is one of the best places in the Canadian Rockies to photograph the famous ice bubbles. You’ve probably seen the pictures of this phenomenon before. This winter come and photograph the frozen ice bubbles, cracked ice & interesting weather that often develops at … Continue readingAbraham Lake Ice Bubbles – Photo Tours
Wood Buffalo National Park is one of Alberta’s, if not Canada’s, best kept secrets. It is Canada’s largest National Park (2nd largest in the world), it is UNESCO World Heritage listed as of 1983, and it contains the world’s largest herd of free roaming bison, … Continue readingWood Buffalo National Park – Alberta’s best kept secret