It had been years since I had partook in the sport that is Tobogganing; however, that was about to change. After a few Rum & Egg Nogs with some old friends, we decided to suit up and sled the gargantuan hill that is Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant Park is a great place to check out […]
There are two things everyone discovers upon checking out Whistler. First thing is how awesome the mountain is, winter or summer. The second thing they discover, is how awesome Whistlers nightlife is. See for yourself.
Ladies and gentilmen, you are in for a treat this fine (Canadian) Thanksgiving Sunday. In honour of the holidays and the loving idea that families should get along and just be good to one another, I’ve managed to find a cool family travel video. This Canadian Travel Video stars travel writer, Robin Esrock, from such […]
Hidden deep within the chilly waters of Lake Okanagan, something lurks. Something big, something nasty, something…Jurassic. Or at least that’s what many in the area believe. Despite the lack of scientific evidence to back up these unique stories and sightings, people continue to gather around Lake Okanagan hoping to catch a glimpse of this ancient […]
Sundays are typically a pretty boring day for me, so in a selfish bid to make Sundays a little more exciting in my eyes, and hopefully yours, I’ve decided to start scouring the tubes of the internet in order to find some inspirational Canadian Travel Videos. In this age, it isn’t hard to find travel […]
Once again, another great Canadian hostel has agreed to give the readers of iBackpackCanada.com a bit of a tour and answer a few questions about the backpacking life in Edmonton, Alberta. This city has been growing in popularity as a tourist destination, and for good reason. There’s plenty to see, and even more to do. […]
I awoke with the smell of last nights campfire covering me, I breathed in, savoring it. I love that smell. The boys and I played catchup with the old man. He was already on his second cup of campfire-coffee, rancid stuff, but good in a pinch. We got our gear hauled back into our water chariot. I […]
As highway 6 stretched further North, the small towns that were so frequent began to be replaced by lush vistas of the boreal forest. It’s funny how easy it is to forget that there is more to Saskatchewan than just farms and prairies. Saskatchewan is after all larger than France, and nobody mistakes France for […]