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Thanks for reading! Address:. Up. Looking to start a blog? Earlier this month, I had the absolute pleasure of visiting one of the most beautiful places in the world: Moraine Lakelocated in stunning Banff National ParkAlberta. This visit was part of a cross-Canada road trip that spanned 9-days, 5 provinces, kilometres, and 75 hours worth of driving from my home province of Ontario to British Columbia. I was only able to spend hours in Banff before having to turn around and begin the long drive home, but it was worth every single second and penny that it took to get there….
Thank you for reading! Taken in June 1I was lucky enough to have spotted a cow and her calf munching on some leaves for a midday snack. Of course, moose can be extremely dangerous, especially if they feel threatened or are protecting their young. However, I was calmed by knowing that this particular mother had been raising her calves in the busy campgrounds of Algonquin Park for years, and had become relatively unbothered by humans in her presence.
While they may seen like elusive animals, spotting a moose in Algonquin Park is far easier than it may seem. Keep an eye out for a full trail report here on seekingsaudades. We decided on the Evoke Algonquin ft. After spending a ificant amount of time in Algonquin Provincial Park last year, I aspired to find more time to spend outdoors, and so I felt it was finally time to bite the bullet and look for a boat that could both be used at the cottage for a good workout, and something that could potentially be taken out into the backcountry on weekend portage camping trips.
In the end, the new kayak proved to be extremely roomy, stable, and tracked in the water like a dream. It took some thinking, but I was also able to get in and out of the kayak pretty easy. Some of the features include an adjustable seat and foot rests, 2 storage compartments, 2 rod holders, and a removable front dash. The total length of the maiden voyage ended up being around 4 km, and took about an hour, the most of which was used up getting a feel for paddling, fiddling with things, and stopping to take some pictures.
After about a week straight of rain, it turned out to be a calm, warm, and overall really nice day for a trip out on to the lake. However, before I do that I figure the kayak should have a name, because you know, all proper boats do. Stunning rock islands, sweeping ocean views, and amazing sunsets are all on the features list. I was finally able to make it out to the lake last weekend, thanks to the ice going out earlier than expected. This means a whole bunch of good things, most notable of which is the ability to sit on the dock with a piping hot coffee to watch the sun as it sets below the horizon.
Long before I started this blog, or even made seekingsaudades. I figured I needed to get the YouTube train rolling at some point, and so today I decided to do just that. Luckily, time-lapses are technically photos, so I can shamelessly promote my YouTube channel here and still have it loosely connect to the blog. This particular time-lapse was taken on April 17, in Algonquin HighlandsOntario. One of the biggest learning curves travellers face when coming to Tokyo for the first time is figuring out how to navigate the massive subway system.
There is a seemingly endless amount of rail lines, owned and operated by a of different train companies, and there are countless stations to choose from. However, once you do figure it out, the Tokyo Subway system reveals itself to be one of the most efficient, effective, and intuitive examples of public transportation infrastructure in the entire world. The Province of Ontario has so much to offer, which makes it hard to narrow down the list of things to see and do, and so to help, I put together a shortlist of my top 5 Ontario travel destinations to consider in In my opinion, Manitoulin Island is one of the most underrated destinations in all of Ontario.
I visited Manitoulin Island last year and fell in love with the place almost instantly. Surrounded by Lake Hurondotted with a of lakes, and covered by dense forests, the natural beauty of this place is just stunning. Aside from the natural beauty, Manitoulin Island is home to around 14, people, a good portion of whom belong to the many thriving Indigenous communities on the island.
To get here, you can take the ferry across from Tobermoryor drive along the north shore of Georgian Baywest of Sudbury. Sleeping Giant Provincial Park offers some of the most iconic views in the entire province. Located an hour outside Thunder Bayalong the north shore of Lake SuperiorSleeping Giant Provincial Park is one of those destinations I think the majority of Ontarians never get around to seeing, mainly due to its sheer distance from the southern portion of the province. See, Pickle Lake is… kind of in the middle of nowhere.
It has a population of less than people, and is a staggering hour drive, and 2, kilometres away from T oronto. So why would I include this as one of the top 5 destinations in ?
Well as it turns out, Pickle Lake lies at the end of the northernmost point of the Ontario provincial highway system. You might want to think about bringing an extra jerry can though. Algonquin Provincial Park is the oldest provincial park in Canada, and one of the largest in the province as well, covering a staggering 7, squared kilometres.
The best part?
Algonquin Park offers activities for everyone, and for all ages. Car camping, backcountry camping, hiking, fishing, guided tours, historical sites, and more. Those of us who are within driving distance of Niagara Falls tend to take for granted just how lucky we are to live so close to one of the most awe-inspiring natural wonders in the world, something people travel from all over the world to come see. What locations would you add to this list? Where are you looking forward to visiting the most this year?
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