DrFumblefinger recalls one of his more memorable trips, a week of sea kayaking with his 13 year old son in British Columbia's Inside Passage.
In British Columbia, a new skywalk combines elements of adventure, nature and fun.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a lovely display of wildflowers in the remote wilderness of Northern British Columbia.
DrFumblefinger visits Yoho National Park in early summer, when the rivers are filled with thaw from the high alpine regions.
DrFumblefinger captures alpenglow on the snow covered peaks of the Kootenay Rockies just northeast of Cranbrook.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos of fresh snow and sunshine in the mountains.
While visiting Kicking Horse Mountain in Golden, British Columbia, I cam across a wedding being held in one of the most scenic places possible.
A visit to an unusual botanical garden, and thoughts on why it's hard for PHeymont to write about it.
Famed for its public market, Granville Island also has great views of Vancouver, boats, water, and lots of visitors.
Almost a Christmas card! GarryRF's friend has moved to Kamloops, in British Columbia, and sent this picture.
Drove through the Crowsnest Pass this past weekend and the fall colors were starting to take shape. Birch and aspen were a beautiful golden, and the tamaracks also starting their fall transition. A clearing storm added some contrast to the beautiful scenery. One of my favorite drives anywhere!
A river with an unusual name, situated in a place of natural spectacular beauty, has formed an unusual natural bridge in Yoho National Park.
Two scenes illustrate the wide variety of Yoho National Park, in British Colombia: canoeing in an emerald lake, at the foot of glaciers.
A clearing storm and rainbows over the Kootenay Rockies in southeastern B.C. are the subject of today's Pic of the Day.
Kirsten Hines's series on Celebrating Nature on Seven Continents continues with stops in North America. The first post highlights salmon spawning in Canada, eh?