Hike with ease after an ice storm

If you want to easily walk around the city or along hiking trails after an ice storm, here's a simple solution - crampons also know as ice cleats. Don't let icy storms stop you from going on your daily walks, hikes or casually walking your dog. We purchased our crampons from SAIL, but you can... Continue Reading →

Get outside and do anything – your mind will thank you.

Such a lovely day to be outside. Sun is shining, air is crisp, snow is soft. A great way to clear the mind - walk, hike, skibike, anything goes. Thank you for taking the time to read our blog and follow our experiences on Twitter YouTube Facebook Happy adventuring #getoutside ♥️

Hiking in the Big City

If you think just because you live in a big city, you have to travel far to enjoy a leisurely hike - think again. We've recently discovered trails in a very nice park in Oakville, Ontario. Lion's Valley Park, located at 2417 Fourth Line has trails around Sixteen Mile Creek, which are wide enough for... Continue Reading →

Exploring Halton Parks

Halton Parks consists of 8 separate fun filled parks for many different types of activities, for all ages all year round. If your into Skiing, Bird Watching, Hiking, Kayaking, or if your an extremist and enjoy Rock Climbing, Halton Parks is the place to visit. The 8 parks listed below are conveniently located in Halton,... Continue Reading →

Spring Snowshoeing / Hiking – The Blue Mountains

With over 30 km's of Cross County Ski Trails, and 10 km's of snowshoeing / hiking trails, a 420 ft. Suspension Bridge of 10,000 sq. km views of Georgian Bay The Blue Mountains is a place to visit all year round. Just minutes away from the downhill Ski Resort and Village - Blue Mountain, Collingwood.... Continue Reading →

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