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
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!
Mt Assiniboine Provincial Park, formed in 1922, and UNESCO World heritage listed as part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, is a true gem of The Canadian Rockies. Photography opportunities at Mt Assiniboine abound with plenty of places to explore, to be creative, and to … Continue readingElevating your photography at Mt Assiniboine
If you are planning on visiting Banff, Canmore and The Canadian Rockies then take a read through this guide on what sort of weather to expect, especially if you are coming to take great photos! This will give you an idea of when is the … Continue readingWeather in Banff, Canmore & The Canadian Rockies
Johnston Canyon is one of the best things to do in the Banff area during your stay in the Canadian Rockies and is also a great spot for photography. It is easily one of the most popular day hikes in Banff National Park so read … Continue readingThings to do in Banff – Johnston Canyon
So you’re thinking of visiting Lake O’Hara, one of THE very best places in the entire Canadian Rockies for hiking and/or photography! Well you’ve come to the right place! This is the first of a 4 part series highlighting some special features and information on … Continue readingThe Magic of Lake O’Hara – Part 1 (Getting there)