As the second-largest country in the world (geographically), and with a population of just 35-million, Canada has a lot of open space. Given its size, it's also incredibly diverse. Canada has an enormous offering of hiking options, and hiking in Canada is attracting more and more travellers to . . .
In this post on the Okanagan, I mentioned that one of my main reasons for visiting the Okanagan valley was to cycle the Kettle Valley Railway, the KVR. This old railway was converted to a multi-use trail that is popular as an easy long-distance ride for cyclists. While I didn't do the entire . . .
I find myself in a stark contrast of landscape—rolling hills of pale, dry grasses looking down on freshwater lakes. This is BC’s Okanagan Valley. To be honest, I never knew this existed in Canada: a place rife with cacti and rattlesnakes, where people make their livings growing fruit and making . . .