Photodiary of a Nomad in Canada

I’ve been following Photodiary of a Nomad for years.

This couple have documented 6200km+ of walks and over 12000 photos.

Summer 2012 they started on the Pacific Coast, worked their way through the Rockies, and finished amongst the magnificent colours of the eastern forests in autumn:


Prologue

West Coast Trail (Gordon River to Walbran Creek)

West Coast Trail (Walbran Creek to Pachena Bay)

Vancouver Urban Fringe Walk

Skyline Trail – Jasper National Park

The Icefields Parkway

Assiniboine Day-Walks

Assiniboine-Sunshine Meadows Trail

Banff National Park (Two Teahouses and Larch Valley Hikes)

Yoho National Park (Iceline Trail and Lake O’Hara Circuit)

A Tale of Two Cities (Montreal and Quebec City)

Mont Tremblant by foot and canoe

La Mauricie National Park

Saguenay Fiord Trail

Hopewell Rocks (Big Tide in the Bay of Fundy)

Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Wanderings in New Brunswick

Canada page

Not all of those trip reports are live yet. They are still being uploaded.

They walked our #1 hike in the world, the West Coast Trail.

Their words — never before spoken — about the WCT:

… The clear morning skies were becoming a bit monotonous, as dawn arrived with a pink glow on the eastern horizon. …

That’s a great trip report for anyone planning for the West Coast of Vancouver Island. In fact, I’m hoping to get back again summer 2013. :)

related – some of their best photos from past trips around the world

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