Now there is. I've created three separate pages on my blog that should help you make the most out of your summer in Calgary, Kananaskis and the surrounding National Parks. The pages are located at the top of my website and appear as tabs. You can go to them anytime you want for quick information. You can also click on the titles below that are linked to the pages.
You'll also find my top three recommended spots to take a dip or at least pull out the sand toys. Quarry Lake, Cascade Ponds, and Johnston Lake are all great destinations on hot days for a picnic and some beach time. You'll find kids floating around in inflatable boats, toddlers with their sand toys playing beside the water, and locals sunbathing in bikinis. (Something for everybody)
|Cascade Ponds, Banff|
You'll also find information on Chariot-Hiking and Backpacking, sports where I've often felt like I've been a pioneer here. I've taken our Chariot places where I'm positive few other Chariots have ever been and it has been pushed to its limits. When I started taking our Chariot out to the mountains, I had no book or reference guide. I just forged my way on trails I figured would work. Sometimes they did and other times they did not. Rest assured, I've only mentioned hikes that have worked and that were fun.
|Cat Creek Falls, Kananaskis|
I included photos of each hike and tried to capture as many different seasons as I could for each one because it is quite feasible to hike year round in Calgary. The hikes look so different in each season as well that you'll want to repeat them often.
|Twelve Mile Coulee Hike, Tuscany, NW Calgary|