when traveling in Western Canada, we all look for wildlife, which is abundant. Sometimes you even get a good shot (with your camera of course)

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Sometimes you have to have FUN - there is no better place than the Rainforest

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Due to COVID many people are not able to travel our beautiful City - here are some impressions of Vancouver

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join me on a hike to my favorite lakes on the Sunshine Coast, BC - where nature is a footstep away...

Edwards Lake

Edwards Lake

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Tetrahedron Provincial Park

Tannis Lake

Mixal Lake

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join us on virtually to beautiful mountain top views from our recent guided tours in Western Canada

Eagle Bluffs

Bear Hump

Mount Elphinstone

Mount Steele

Soames Hill

Ten Vistas

The Stawamus Chief


Our COVID-19 safety protocol

  • All guests will be given a safety kit (mask and individual hand sanitizers) and be informed of the company’s COVID-19 policies upon arrival.
  • Increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting of all high touch areas in the van/car with approved cleaning products.
  • Physical distancing of 2 metres will be in effect during tours, no guests in passenger seat
  • Guides have been given comprehensive safety and hygiene training and will maintain the required social distancing. Guides will undergo health checks each day before entering the workplace
  • No food is provided during the city tour or on hikes
  • Tours must be booked as a small group (max. 5) of the same bubble
  • Masks have to be worn during the complete duration of the tour


Vancouver/Whistler/Victoria Tour Sept/Oct 2015

On day one we toured around Vancouver for sightseeing the most exciting points and views of the pearl of the West Coast. On the second day we drove up to Whistler with a stop at Alta Lake and visits of the Olympic Place and a stroll through downtown Whistler. On the way back, we stopped at the Sea to Sky Gondola and enjoyed the amazing view down to Squamish Inlet. On day three we took the ferry from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo/VanIsland and continued to Chemainus to see the world famous murals. We continued to Victoria, the Capital of British Columbia where we explored the downtown area and enjoyed a tea at the Fairmont Empress Hotel. Another ferry ride from Swartz Bay to Tsawassen brought us back to Vancouver.

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Mount Elphinstone  (May 2015)

We knew it would be a steep one, but the weather looked promising and my guest seemed to be a good hiker. The forest in the Mount Elphinstone area is very interesting and the tall Douglas firs and lush bushes would let us forget the challenging steep trail. With glimpses to the peak we could see the clouds moving in and when we arrived on the peak, there was thick fog around us. We sat down to our lunch, a little bit disappointed but nevertheless happy to be on the top. All of a sudden, the clouds opened up and we could see down to Howe Sound and to Vancouver Downtown. A real reward for all the sweat. Since my guest was such a fast hiker, we decided to add the Langdale Falls to our hike.

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Rocky Mountain Tour (Sept. 2014)

What do you do on a 6 day Rocky Mountain Tour? You drive a lot but more important, you hike when ever you can. We hiked in Wells Gray Park, Kinney Lake, Peyto Lake, and Lake Louise area. We hiked in rain and we hiked in sunshine, and we had a lot of fun...

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Whistler Peak to Peak (Sept. 2014)

FUNtastic Tour trip to Whistler on Sea to Sky Highway. Great sunny weather in Whistler village and spectacular roundview at Whistler Roundhouse. Breathtaking crossing in Peak to Peak gondola and relaxing 1hour hike on Blackcomb Mountain where we enjoyed lunch.

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Mount Steel (August 10, 2014)

We knew right at the beginning that it would be a really hot day, and it was. But being higher up in the mountains with delicious blueberries and beautiful wildflowers along the trail, we absolutely enjoyed the hike to the "Top of the Sunshine Coast". The view from the summit is stunning with the snowcaps of the Coast Mountains, the vast forest covered hills, Howe Sound, and Vancouver Island in the west and turned our lunch into a firstclass meal in an outstanding location. On the way back it was very agreable to have a rest at Edwards Lake and to cool the toes in the fresh water.  

Mount Steel




Hike to Edward Cabin in Tetrahedron Park (July 17/18, 2014)

After an early afternoon drive up the bumpy logging road, we started our 2 days adventure into Tetrahedron Park. Soon after our start, our guest's hiking boot fell apart. Fortunately, we were able to tape it and we could continue our hike. The spectacular view and incredible weather made our hearts sing. After a stop at Edwards Lake, we could soon see the green roof of Edwards Cabin, our overnight destination. We had lots of fun with preparing dinner on our camping stove and were soon ready to hit the sleeping bags. There is nothing better than an early breakfast up in the mountain, listening to birds, and enjoying the pure nature around.

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