The east of Canada is filled with natural beauty, some rarely visited hikes and unexpected natural wonders. Starting in Newfoundland, i made my way into Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Locations in this Travel Show video include the Berry Head Arch, Cape Spear, Signal Hill, St John’s, St Johns, Sugarloaf Path, Deer Lake, Gros Morne, Gros Morne National Park, Gros Morne Western Brook Pond, Corner Brook and the Bay of Fundy with its 16m tidal difference – a world record!
Heading out north of Vancouver, I made my way to Squamish and even though I was not able to do any climbing, I did hike up the great Panorama Ridge just next to the Black Tusk, overlooking Garibaldi Lake. It was a great hike with a nice surprise in the morning 🙂 Read the rest of this entry »
Upon exploring the national parks in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, I was headed towards Vancouver with a stop in Kelowna. This video shows some of the awesome people that gave me a lift while hitch hiking through the country, as well as some impressions from the amazing sunset in Vancouver. Read the rest of this entry »