Solo-Hiking the Cape Scott / North Coast Trail: A Wilderness Experience of Increasing Adversity (Part 3 of 3)

In my last two blog posts, I wrote about all the experiences I had on my journey solo-hiking the Cape Scott and North Coasts trails, the good, the bad, and the ugly. In this blog post, I'll unpack the entire experience, discussing the highlights, the challenges, tips for the trail...

Solo-Hiking the Cape Scott / North Coast Trail: A Wilderness Experience of Increasing Adversity (Part 3 of 3)

In my last two blog posts, I wrote about all the experiences I had on my journey solo-hiking the Cape Scott and North Coasts trails, the good, the bad, and the ugly. In this blog post, I'll unpack the entire experience, discussing the highlights, the challenges, tips for the trail...

Solo-Hiking the Cape Scott / North Coast Trail: A Wilderness Experience of Increasing Adversity (Part 2 of 3)

In my last blog post, I wrote about my journey on the Cape Scott Trail, the first half of my solo-hike in which I hiked both said trail as well as the North Coast Trail. In this blog post, I'll cover the second, far more gruelling half of my journey.

Solo-Hiking the Cape Scott / North Coast Trail: A Wilderness Experience of Increasing Adversity (Part 2 of 3)

In my last blog post, I wrote about my journey on the Cape Scott Trail, the first half of my solo-hike in which I hiked both said trail as well as the North Coast Trail. In this blog post, I'll cover the second, far more gruelling half of my journey.

Solo-Hiking the Cape Scott / North Coast Trail: A Wilderness Experience of Increasing Adversity (Part 1 of 3)

Last year, I solo-hiked the West Coast Trail. It was one of the most magical and memorable hiking experiences of my life. The trail was physically demanding, but it rewarded you with some of the best coastal views that BC has to offer. This year, I had planned to hike the Sunshine Coast Trail...

Solo-Hiking the Cape Scott / North Coast Trail: A Wilderness Experience of Increasing Adversity (Part 1 of 3)

Last year, I solo-hiked the West Coast Trail. It was one of the most magical and memorable hiking experiences of my life. The trail was physically demanding, but it rewarded you with some of the best coastal views that BC has to offer. This year, I had planned to hike the Sunshine Coast Trail...

The Hunt for Artist's Point - An Overnight Winter Backpacking Adventure

I had put off writing this blog post about our recent snowshoeing/camping trip to Artist's point in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, particularly after all the physical distancing measures were put in place and hiking trails were closed as a result. It was an awesome adventure...

The Hunt for Artist's Point - An Overnight Winter Backpacking Adventure

I had put off writing this blog post about our recent snowshoeing/camping trip to Artist's point in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, particularly after all the physical distancing measures were put in place and hiking trails were closed as a result. It was an awesome adventure...

Elsay Lake Trail: A Challenging Mount Seymour Trail that Leaves You Wanting

I had done most of the main trails available at Mount Seymour Provincial Park, but had always had my eye on the Elsay Lake Trail. Listed as being a more challenging one, it has the benefit of a lake and an emergency hut when you get where you're going...

Elsay Lake Trail: A Challenging Mount Seymour Trail that Leaves You Wanting

I had done most of the main trails available at Mount Seymour Provincial Park, but had always had my eye on the Elsay Lake Trail. Listed as being a more challenging one, it has the benefit of a lake and an emergency hut when you get where you're going...

Backpacking Mount Hood's Timberline Trail: A Short Thru-Hike for Weekend Warriors

My husband and I had a few days off for the August long weekend, so we decided to go on a short backpacking trip. We wanted something no more than around 5-6 hours from Vancouver, but good bang for our buck in terms of awesomeness of the trail. We wanted a 3-night trip, but nothing crazy hard.

Backpacking Mount Hood's Timberline Trail: A Short Thru-Hike for Weekend Warriors

My husband and I had a few days off for the August long weekend, so we decided to go on a short backpacking trip. We wanted something no more than around 5-6 hours from Vancouver, but good bang for our buck in terms of awesomeness of the trail. We wanted a 3-night trip, but nothing crazy hard.

Where Sea Meets Sky: Reflections on My Solo Backpacking Experience of the West Coast Trail

You may be wondering why it took me so long to write this post. My solo backpacking trip of the West Coast Trail was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I just wasn’t quite ready to unpack and put it away mentally. Now that the end of summer is upon us, and I’ve had lots of other adventures,I’m ready.

Where Sea Meets Sky: Reflections on My Solo Backpacking Experience of the West Coast Trail

You may be wondering why it took me so long to write this post. My solo backpacking trip of the West Coast Trail was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I just wasn’t quite ready to unpack and put it away mentally. Now that the end of summer is upon us, and I’ve had lots of other adventures,I’m ready.

Coastal Hiking Bliss: Solo Backpacking the West Coast Trail in 3-Day - Part 3

In my last blog post, part 2 of this series, I wrote about the middle part of the journey of my 3-day, 75km solo backpacking trip on the West Coast Trail. In today's post, part 3 will cover the last leg of my trip from Camper Bay to Gordon River.

Coastal Hiking Bliss: Solo Backpacking the West Coast Trail in 3-Day - Part 3

In my last blog post, part 2 of this series, I wrote about the middle part of the journey of my 3-day, 75km solo backpacking trip on the West Coast Trail. In today's post, part 3 will cover the last leg of my trip from Camper Bay to Gordon River.

Coastal Hiking Bliss: Solo Backpacking the West Coast Trail in 3-Day - Part 2

In my last blog post, part 1 of this series, I wrote about the start of my 3-day, 75km solo backpacking trip on the West Coast Trail. In today's post, part 2 will cover the section of my trip from Nitinaht Narrows to Camper Bay.

Coastal Hiking Bliss: Solo Backpacking the West Coast Trail in 3-Day - Part 2

In my last blog post, part 1 of this series, I wrote about the start of my 3-day, 75km solo backpacking trip on the West Coast Trail. In today's post, part 2 will cover the section of my trip from Nitinaht Narrows to Camper Bay.

Coastal Hiking Bliss: Solo Backpacking the West Coast Trail in 3 Days - Part 1

Last year, I went on my first solo backpacking trip on the Howe Sound Crest Trail. I wanted to do another, longer solo trek this year, so I decided to take on the West Coast Trail, a trail I had fantasized about hiking for 20 years.

Coastal Hiking Bliss: Solo Backpacking the West Coast Trail in 3 Days - Part 1

Last year, I went on my first solo backpacking trip on the Howe Sound Crest Trail. I wanted to do another, longer solo trek this year, so I decided to take on the West Coast Trail, a trail I had fantasized about hiking for 20 years.


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