Jonathan Sinclair

  • Camping at Two Lakes

    Two Lakes Provincial Park, which is located 142 km south of Grande Prairie, is nestled within the foothills of northwestern Alberta. This remote scenic park includes two small lakes surrounded by forested hills. It is a great place to enjoy nature...

  • Explore Kakwa Wildland Park

    Kakwa Wildland Park is 160 kilometres southwest of Grande Prairie. For travel beyond Lick Creek (roughly 10 kilometres from the park’s northern boundary) a four-wheel drive vehicle is essential. The trail to Kakwa Falls is 20km in length, and take...

  • Exploring Red Willow Falls

    Red Willow Falls is a waterfall on the Red Willow River near the Alberta/British Columbia border. There are no signs for directions and it’s located down several oil & gas dirt roads.To get to the falls, from Elmworth drive west on secondary H...

  • Camping at Obed Lake Provincial Park

    Obed Lake Provincial Park is located only 34 km north of Hinton on Highway 16. The park protects several wetlands and lakes in the lower foothills of Alberta. The largest lake, Obed Lake, provides lots of recreational opportunities including canoe...

  • Hiking in Whitehorse Wildland Park

    Whitehorse is located in the northern front ranges of the Rocky Mountains. It shares a portion of its west boundary with Jasper National Park and its east boundary with a coal mine. The majority of the park is located above tree line with extensiv...

  • Swim at Jasper National Park's Horseshoe Lake

    Best explored on a sunny summer day, this horseshoe shaped lake has crystal clear water that is green turquoise in colour and is surrounded by cliffs. This is a very popular cliff jumping location with the highest jump point said to be at 80 feet...

    0.9 miles

  • Watch the Northern Lights at Saskatoon Island

    Interested in watching the northern lights (aurora borealis) dance across the sky only minutes from Grande Prairie? Optimal viewing is from September through April, when solar activity is at its highest.Saskatoon Island Provincial Park, located 2...

  • Explore Pyramid Lake

    A visit to Jasper National Park is not complete without a stop at Pyramid Lake to witness the spectacular sunrise.From the Town of Jasper, take the Pyramid Lake Road all the way until you reach the end of the road, where you'll find the parking lo...

    1.5 miles

  • Explore Beauty Creek in Winter

    Hiking up Beauty Creek to Stanley Falls is a must do summer activity for all those who love waterfalls. In the winter, this canyon gets transformed into a magical winter wonderland full of interesting ice formations. The creek and falls freeze ove...

    3.7 miles

  • Explore Maligne Canyon

    This canyon, although spectacular during the spring and summer as water thrashes through the canyons, should be explored in the off-season (mid-fall to late spring) to avoid masses of tourists. In addition to it being quieter, when the water level...

  • Explore Athabasca Falls

    Athabasca Falls is not the biggest waterfall in the area but it is one of the most powerful when it's at a full flow and attracts many visitors in the peak visiting months (late spring - early fall). In the winter, however, it's a quiet place to p...

    0.6 miles