Tag: banff

A Night in the Rockies with Deer Lodge

After perhaps the most amazing trip to Europe i’ve had in a while, it was difficult getting back to work again. The mounds of emails and job requests at my desk was somewhat depressing after walking through the streets of Venice and sampling cheese at Borough Market in London. Thankfully though, CRMR had asked me […]

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A Weekend Away with Brewster Travel

This past weekend I had the opportunity to experience Brewster’s Date Night Package in Banff National Park. After having done a giveaway on the package deal on my IG account, Brewster generously gave me my own weekend away to book and enjoy up until the end April when the promotion finishes. It was a much needed […]

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Arnold Churgin: A Tale of Mountains & Good shoes

What good are mountain adventures without good shoes? Long before I started getting into photography, I was shopping at Arnold Churgin with my mom, a Calgary based shoe company that started in 1964. More than often, my wardrobe is a mixture of outdoor boots, pumps and boots from their shops. They have 4 locations in town, but also […]

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A Weekend with Mountain Equipment Co-op at the Banff Film Festival

This year was the first year that I got to attend the yearly Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival and it was a long weekend of discovery and amazement as I worked with Mountain Equipment co-op to cover the event. Being from Calgary, I always feel a little “out of the loop” when it comes […]

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Banff Gondola: Grand Opening

Last week I attended the grand opening of the new Banff Gondola facility in Banff National Park. It wasn’t the best day to capture the views but it was snowy and atmospheric on the ride up the gondola which made for some great frosty tree snaps. The upper terminal facility has not seen substantial renovations since it […]

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Moraine Lake: The Heart of the Canadian Rockies

  I remember my first experience with this place very distinctly. It was a rainy day in late spring of 2012. The winding 14km road from Lake Louise was cracked from the effects of the bitter cold of the past winter. It was still wet from the early morning rainfall and had just recently reopened […]

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