Waking up early to catch this unexpected light show was one of the most beautiful things we have ever seen. And learning about the history of this place made it even more extraordinary. Crater lake, you were something incredibly special for us.
Location 11/15 of the Canadian Rockies is Lake Louise! This is a favourite picture of mine which you may have seen before however, it is debatably the most iconic view of all of Canada so I hope you enjoy nonetheless. 🙏🏽
The Stoney Nakota First Nations called it Ho-run-num-nay meaning "lake of the little fishes" and it was a Stoney guide who took Canadian Pacific Railway workman Tom Wilson to the site in 1882. Wilson initially named it Emerald Lake, but the name was later changed to honour Princess Louise Caroline Alberta. Wilson then gave the name “Emerald” to another lake found in Yoho National Park (which can be seen as number 8/15 in this Canadian Rockies series).
My favorite time to be outdoors is here! 🍂 📸: @beck_riley
Getting back here is a priority.
Lots of fun watching this group of climbers, Teamwork!
It’s been two weeks too long 🌲🧚🏻♀️✨
"Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time."
-Thomas A. Edison
And all at once Summer collapsed into Fall.⠀
⠀- ᴏsᴄᴀʀ ᴡɪʟᴅᴇ⠀
Go Beavs Go!!!!🖤🧡🖤🧡
No complaints. A highway view point in Washington at this the Columbia river. Worth the stop.
We’ve got a real tough guy here... Drake’s first encounter with a cow. I couldn’t stop laughing.
Moments before the fall, @ashsec your a top banana for helping me get the shot 📷
Take a chance
Potatoes will last you. Inexpensive, last a while and good in any meal. We love baking or frying them up for breakfast.
So many potatoes in BC. Perfect to use for any meal. With local farm grown tomatoes and cucumbers we picked ourselves at a farm in Aldergrove.
Happy National Public Lands day to all the beautiful public lands out there. 💕
I'm dirty, sweaty and all smiles after spending the morning helping @forestparkconservancypdx celebrate National Public Lands Day with some good 'ol trail maintenance! 〰️ Give, volunteer and enjoy your public parks folks!
Always finding our way to the coast. ✨ @josheaton
Today is the last official day of summer (can't you tell with all this sunshine and warm weather 😂😂). But seriously though, it's made me reflect on this year's achievements, and what an amazing time I've had! I planned my first ever group hike through my FB hiking group thanks to the motivation from some awesome instaladies-turned-real-life-friends, and following I've made lots of new really fantastic hiking buds! With these wonderful people in my life, new and old, I've so far tackled 502 km of trail and climbed 28,607 metres of elevation since January. I've completed my longest backpacking trip yet, and climbed the most elevation in a single dayhike yet. It's been a year of a lot of firsts, pushing my limits, growing as a hiker and as a person in general. Big thanks to all of you, wonderful social media community. I am constantly blown away with inspiration from seeing your epic adventures, learning from you all in so many ways, and staying motivated with your encouragement. Cheers to an awesome Autumn to cap off this already stellar year 🎉
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Thank you : hikesnearvancouver
Your pictures are really wow...
💚💚 the coast
Fall is here!
Art installation on the bridge over 705. Tacoma, Washington. March 26, 2016
Commercial building across from Union Station. Tacoma, Washington. March 26, 2016