Jasper will forever be the place where I first wandered in the Rockies. When I got off the ViaRail train called the Canadian, got out of the station, and soon realised Jasper seems to be at the bottom of a bowl of beautiful mountains. At the bottom of this bowl, is the Athabasca river, lakes, forests, a train track and a lovely town. (Note to all who visit. Whilst the towns restaurants do great food for good prices, there is a small supermaarket called Robinsons. I discovered this on the last night. The 7-11 is not as good, as i discovered from all the other nights.... 🤦🏻♂️ This photo is taken just east of Jasper over the over side of the river, looking over the river to the mountains in the north. Whilst Jasper i surrounded by lots of attractions like Maligne Canyon, just wandering around the local area is just as beautiful. Some of my favourite photos of Canada are taken within a few miles of Jasper 🙂
Uwielbiam czytać! Tęsknię za czasem, gdy mogłam rozsiąść się na kanapie i do późna pochłaniać kolejne stronice. Odkąd w życiu zagościły własne dzieci, skończył się czas wolny dla mnie. Teraz czytam, gdzieś między pomiędzy. W tak zwanym międzyczasie. W drodze, na toalecie, myjąc zęby lub gotując obiad. Oprócz czasu i miejsca, zmienił się również sposób w jaki dobieram literaturę. Sięgam po pozycje, które wspierają mój rozwój zawodowo-matczyny. Mam to szczęście, że te dwie dziedziny życia idą w parze. Chociaż coś! @eduhibou .
Do you have plans to Visit, Study or Migrate to Canada this year?
Are you finding it hard to get to get Visa to your desired country?
For the period of years we have spent in this business we have been able to discover that lot and lots of people squander so much money on trying to get a visa. But are wrongly informed or do not possess the right information on how to go about it.
Jacob was sick last week. Then I got really sick this week and now this poor baby is sick so we basically spent all week at the doctors office 😷 🤦🏽♀️😩 . So let’s just put this here and remember our amazing trip to Ottawa. When we were all smiles and giggles 💞. Ps Check out my stories to see what happened to Jenna and let me know if your kiddos have ever experienced this? We were so shocked when we saw her face this morning 💔😢 🤒Hope your week is better than ours is!! #mypoorbaby .
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Aptly named after a Cree expression for ‘awe and wonder,’ Yoho National Park🏞️ encompasses 507 square miles of dazzling Canadian Rocky summits, massive icefields, cascading waterfalls, and lush forest.
The park, which sits on the western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, is bordered by Kootenay National Park and Banff National Park. Together, Yoho and nearby Banff, Jasper, and Kootenay national parks, as well as Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson, and Hamber provincial form a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Today, Yoho National Park🏞️ protects the upper watershed of the Kicking Horse River, more than 100 named summits (28 of which exceed 9,000 feet in elevation), 61 lakes and ponds, and contains over 200 miles of hiking trails. Tourists travel from around the world to snap photos of iconic Bow, Waputik, and Ottertail Range summits like South Tower, Mount Goodsir, Mount Stephen, Mount Balfour, Mount Burgess, Wapta Mountain, The President, and Cathedral Mountain, or visit aquamarine alpine lakes like Emerald Lake and Lake O’Hara. The park is also known for its impressive waterfalls, like Laughing Falls, Twin Falls, and one of Canada’s highest, Takakkaw Falls.
Yoho National Park💎
Emerald Lake 🏞️
Emerald Lake is one of the most beautiful hiking destinations in Yoho National Park. The lake, which was inadvertently discovered in 1882 by a mountain guide, is the park’s largest lake and houses both Michael Glacier and the world-famous Burgess Shale deposits. The lake’s stunning jade waters are perfect for an early morning paddle and its mountainous backdrop, which includes stunning summits like Mount Burgess and Wapta Mountain, can be appreciated from several overlooks along a 2.5-mile footpath that circles the lake.
Lake O’Hara Alpine Circuit 🏞️
Arguably the best hike in Yoho, the Lake O’Hara Alpine Circuit combines four alpine routes – Wiwaxy Gap, Huber Ledges, Yukness Ledges, and All Soul’s Prospect to form a strenuous, but jaw-dropping alpine trek. Glistening turquoise lakes set amid impressive hanging valleys and soaring peaks can be appreciated from several overlooks and viewpoints along this 7-mile footpath. Reaching this trail can also prove to be difficult. Lake O’Hara can only be reached via a reservation on a Parks Canada bus or by walking an additional 7 miles along an access road. Bus reservations are incredibly competitive, so if you can’t snag a ticket, expect to add an additional 14 miles to your day.
Yoho Natural Park 💎
Wapta Falls 🏞️
The Wapta Falls trail is an outstanding family-friendly trek that travels along the relatively level forest floor to the stunning 180-foot Wapta Falls. There is a small lookout at the top of the falls, but adventurous visitors can scramble to the base of the falls to get a closer look. There is also a large mount in front of the falls that provides an awesome view of the entire waterfall – just be prepared to get soaking wet!
Iceline Trail 🏞️
Beginning at the thundering Takakkaw Falls, the Iceline trail climbs up the eastern slope of The President to the Iceline Shelf and skirts an exposed alpine tundra beside several large glaciers, including the renowned Emerald Glacier. Hikers can expect sweeping views toward the Daly Glacier, as well as commanding views of the Cathedral Crags, Takakkaw Falls, Yoho Glacier, and Little Yoho Valley.
In early October, I had a few days in Jasper National Park. I had seen a few elk from a distance - a huge distance - but I hadn't really seen much wildlife yet. So I rented a mountain bike and went for a ride, thinking I would see something farther from town. With the expection of an adorable pine marten close to the Fairmont, I saw nothing. Nothing except mountains and blue water and trees.
Turning around, I was heading back to town, only maybe five or ten minutes from my hostel, when I saw a couple staring into the forest. Unsure what it was, I got off my bike, and inched closer. This was what awaited me.
👆🏼 At first I just wanted to make some extra income
✌🏼 Then it became a full time thing
🤟🏼 Then the vision hit hard to duplicate the skillset to millions
I’d say this is a good start 😎
Selfie in front of 2,500 💁🏼♀️ #nomore925 #YOB
1 98 hours ago
While most people pick up a schedule once a month, I work on it every day 🤚🏼 ___
People always ask me how long will it take ❓ ___
And my immediate responses how long do you want to take❓ ___
If you take action 10 times a day while other people act on a new skill once a month, you’ll have 10 months of experience in a day you will soon master the skillset 📈🔑 ___ #YOB
When I first started my business, I thought the best part would be unlimited income potential. But today, it goes much deeper.
One of my favorite things about being a fitness coach is working hard to be able to earn FREE VACATIONS. Yes, it’s absolutely real and attainable!
Last year, my goal was to work hard enough to be able to win a trip to Punta Cana in 2020.
Of course I wanted to go back to my favorite place (where I got married 👰🏻) but it meant so much more to me than that.
I wanted to be able to take my family on vacation. I wanted my husband to experience a free vacation due to my hard work. I wanted to give something so special to my family.. more memories in Punta Cana. Honestly, this made me feel more purposeful and worthy. It would be proof to my husband that this business PROVIDES for our family as long as I do the hard work.
Yes, it’s a free vacation to Punta Cana, but it means so so much more to me deep down.
And I was able to earn that trip. 🥰 I cannot wait to see the Dominican water very very soon!
THIS is why I do what I do.
What is YOUR why?
3 года и 37 минут назад по приморскому времени мы стали мужем и женой 😘
Спасибо всем, кто был рядом!!!❤️❤️❤️
Мы отмечать будем завтра (25 февраля у нас завтра) и на выходных в горах, что уже является традицией! 🏔
One of my favourite things about travelling in @travelyukon are the epic road trip journeys that you can go on. I was lucky enough to go on the six-hour drive along the North Klondike Highway from Yukon's captial Whitehorse to Dawson City. The legendary route is paved with a panorama of untouched scenery.
It strings together many of Yukon’s well-known spots including here at the infamous Five Finger Rapids, where there is a viewing platform just above the rapids and you can witness a magnificent display of nature. #Love#StefTravels@travelyukon@explorecanada
Por que decidi morar fora do Brasil?
Vou pular a parte chata, aquela em que discordo sobre política, corrupção, crise… Afinal, argumentos do tipo “aqui está ruim” ou “lá é melhor” estão carregados de juízo de valor e esse tipo de percepção ou julgamento é absolutamente individual. Aliás, é disso que esse tipo de decisão trata: individualidade, por que ninguém sabe da história e trajetória de vida de cada um. Não sei se saberia responder, ao certo, em que momento você vira uma chave e decide, simplesmente, experimentar outra coisa, viver algo diferente, mudar. A vida toda fui movida pela curiosidade, pelo novo, e no fundo, acho que o que responde minha pergunta “por que decidi morar fora do Brasil” é outra pergunta, e por mais inconsequente que ela possa parecer e apesar de carregar uma conotação um tanto impulsiva, pergunto: afinal, por que não? Claro que é desafiador fazer uma mudança com marido, filhas e cachorro. É uma página em branco, uma oportunidade de recomeçar em outro lugar com sua família. Não que aqui não esteja bom (toda moeda tem 2 lados). Aliás, em minha vida, por diversas vezes, provei que fazemos nossa própria sorte, ou seja, se não está bom, faça algo diferente do que sempre fez. Algo como se não deu certo hoje, acorde mais cedo amanhã e tente novamente. Eu amo o Brasil. Aqui deixo meus pais e meus irmãos, sobrinhas, cunhadas, toda nossa família que amo muito. Mas, aprendi que posso olhar para tudo de bom que tenho ou para tudo que poderia ter com olhos de quem sabe exatamente que o tempo se encarrega de amenizar todas as consequências de nossas escolhas. Sempre fui de andar para frente, hoje, minha escolha é em família, é pensando em um bem comum a todos, se vai dar certo? Ninguém sabe (mas como sempre digo: NÃO SOU UMA PLANTA para criar raizes, se não der certo recomeço sempre). Na bagagem, carrego apenas nossos pertences pessoais e, claro, muitas expectativas e um IMENSO MEDO, mas com uma única certeza de que estou tentando algo de bom para minha família, se é a decisão certa? Não sei, mas vou com a consciência tranquila que COVARDE não é aquele que perdeu a guerra e sim aquele que desistiu de LUTAR.