• Snowshoeing in Jindabyne, an Australian winter ski season as a solo female traveller

    Your Jindabyne Winter Bucket List

    Want to take a trip to the snow, but aren’t sure how to plan the perfect vacation? Don’t worry, I’ve got you! Whether it’s your first time seeing snow or your hundredth, I wrote your Jindabyne winter bucket list so that when you finally make it to the Australian Snowy’s you’ll be prepped and ready with all the information you…

  • To Rent or to Buy? Money Saving Tips for Getting into Skiing

    This post is a guest post, written by Martin from Evo – a ski, snowboard, mountain bike, surf, wake, skate, camp, and lifestyle retail brand with stores across the USA. Evo explores the collaboration between culture and sport by seamlessly joining art, music, streetwear, skateboarding, snowboarding, skiing, mountain biking, and wakeboarding. Their aim is to bring all things relevant to…

  • Skiing For The First Time- Packing, Tips & Tricks!

    So, you’ve finally decided to take the ski trip you have been dying to do for a long time! Skiing (or boarding if that is what you choose to do) is the best! I am so excited for you! Fresh powder, untouched tree runs, and warm cosy fireplaces. Yep, winter wonderlands really do exist- and you’ll get to experience one…

  • Your Lake Louise Winter Season- Part 2

    So you’re finally heading off on your Lake Louise winter season (or a working holiday in Canada), and working at the Lake Louise ski resort that you’ve been planning for what feels like forever! I am so excited for you! Nothing feels more real than when you have got that visa and you take those steps off the plane into…

  • Working Holiday in Lake Louise, Canada- Part 1

    There are many things to consider when contemplating your first working holiday. You probably have a million questions about where to work, where to live, how to get visas, what to pack, etc. I know that I spent hours upon hours researching these things before I did my first season. That’s why I want to share all of the tips…

  • Dog Sledding in Alberta Canada- Everything You Need to Know

    When it comes to things to do in winter in the Northern Hemisphere, nothing is better than going dog sledding in Alberta Canada. Sure, skiing and snowboarding, ice skating and snowmobiling (just to name a few) are all incredible activities to do- but there is something magical about gliding through the forest with unobstructed views for hundreds of miles around-…

  • 9 Winter Adventures in the Canadian Rockies

    Planning a trip to Canada in winter and want to know the best winter adventures in the Canadian Rockies? You could spend an entire season (or life!) in Banff/ Lake Louise and never get bored of things to do! There really is just that much beauty in this dreamy location! I lived in the Canadian Rockies for a winter season, and…

  • Top 6 Must-See Lakes In Canada

    The second-largest country in the world, Canada is known for its natural beauty and outdoor activities. It’s home to eight distinct forest regions, two mountain regions, volcanoes, and the arctic zone. It also happens to have the world’s largest amount of freshwater lakes, which are spread across all ten provinces and three territories. It’s believed that there are over 2…

  • Hiking Johnston Canyon in Winter Tips and Tricks

    Hiking Johnston Canyon in winter is one of the highlight attractions that brings people from all around the world to the Banff National Park. I can’t say much about what it is like in summer, fall, or spring, but in winter, snow and ice transform the canyon into a stunning Narnia-esque winter wonderland that looks like it was taken straight…