The long warm days of summer may have passed us by for now, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to pack up the camping + hiking gear! There are still a number of weeks ahead that will provide you with some much appreciated cooler days on the trail followed by cozy nights at the fire while... Continue Reading →
Winter. There’s usually two sentiments attached to this season that can start as early as September for those of us up here in Alberta: love it or loathe it! I was given the opportunity to try out a new winter activity that had been on my radar for quite some time + is creating quite the buzz these days: Fat Biking.
Looking for a unique, off the beaten path accommodation in the Canadian Rockies as somewhere for you + your crew of girls to use as base camp for an adventure? Look no further than Canmore/Kananaskis' Mt Engadine Lodge! Located less than 40km from downtown Canmore in the beautiful Spray Valley Provincial Park, we had driven past... Continue Reading →
Spiced Chick Pea Wrap + Summer Crunch Slaw! Here at Hike365 we believe in adding a bit of extra weight to our day packs when hitting the trail if it means lunch on the summit is as good as at home! We make this wrap all-in the morning of and keep our dressing separate for... Continue Reading →
In-season veggies for cooking are where it's at we think! It's winter here in Alberta and both kale + sweet potato are in season which means they are always looking to be used, so why not together! We came up with this recipe after using the sweet potato - kale - sage combo as a... Continue Reading →
After a day out on the snow, it's nice to grab something out of the freezer, heat, garnish, and scarf down! + We think this Pumpkin Chili does just that!! What You'll Need: 1 medium yellow onion 1 large carrot 1 red bell pepper 1 1/2 teaspoons olive oil 3 cloves minced garlic 1/2 jalapeno,... Continue Reading →
Yesterday we ( Jocelyn + myself ) did a day trip up to Banff's Sundance Lodge on our classic xc skis! We started around noon and finished just as dark came, with about 5.25 hours logged ski time on the trail. We skied the last 1km or so with our headlamps, which was quite a... Continue Reading →
We recently tried out this yummy and filling winter soup for our thermos while out on the snow! Called penny soup because the vegetable pieces look like coins, this soup is delicious with a few pieces of fresh bread and cheese, making a perfect lunch with the warm winter sun on your face! 4 small... Continue Reading →