Canada

I will be spending a couple of weeks from the middle of June in the Canadian Rockies, hiking around the national parks in Alberta.

Let me know if you’re interested in a moderate walking trip, sharing a day, a few or most of the walks around the Canadian Rockies (walking 5-7 hours a day), up for camping or staying in a reasonably priced accommodation or both. If you are a runner that’s an absolute bonus 🙂

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  1. Hi Vivi, here Luigi from Italy. I’m interested in Canada hiking, with car and campings. I already did this kind of traveling in USA and other countries.
    Luigi

  2. I will be there from June 25-July 20. I plan on spending most of my time in the Banff, Jasper, and Yoho parks. There are a couple multi-day hikes that I am interested in doing along with a bunch of day hikes.

    I plan on camping for the multi-day hikes and staying in hostels for the day hikes.

    It looks like our timeframes overlap somewhat. If you are potentially interested in doing some hikes together, message me and I’ll send you the rough itinerary I have put together.

    BTW: I do run but not while hiking, unless it is away from the bears 🙂

  3. Hi Vivi,

    amazing travel plans. I’m actually from Toronto and have been to the Rockies once before albeit never did any multi-day treks but did a few summits. I’ve been thinking about doing a backpacking trip out west in my car this coming summer. The one multi-day trek that’s caught my eye outside of the typical ones like the West Coast Trail is Mount Assiniboine aka Canada’s Matterhorn specifically Sunshine Village just outside of Banff to Mount Assiniboine.

    Please let me know if you’re still considering doing something like this and if you have anything set in stone.

    Little bit more about myself, I’m a 29 year old nature enthusiast and amateur landscape photographer. Been on a bit of a work sabbatical for over a year now and have toured Europe and Australasia in that time. Big into sports, music, food/wine, and just letting loose and enjoying life.

    Cheers,
    Nick