Wyoming changed me profoundly. It was harsh, cold and insanely beautiful. It inspired me in a way that few places ever have and brought back the creativity that was slipping away from me. It challenged me both physically and emotionally. But in the end it showed me I can go further.
Temperatures reached -30°F / -35°C, but watching the first rays of sun hit the top of the Grand Teton filled my heart with warmth every single morning.
It's no secret that I love tropical destinations, but not one beach paradise has had the impact that Wyoming had on me. The energy of this place during winter is hard to explain. It's something you have to go experience for yourself. Trust me, Wyoming will change you too.
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I love traveling throughout the year, but especially in the winter. Going back to the same place over different seasons is always so fascinating to me. The mountains, and especially the Canadian Rockies, are my happy place!
"Shades of Winter” – The Athabasca River shows off its beautiful colours in Jasper National Park.
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An alluvial fan from an unnamed creek blocks the Tuchodi River in the Canadian Rockies of far northern British Columbia. Located in the remote Muskwa Ranges, West Tuchodi Lake, at left, and East Tuchodi Lake, lower right, sit 120 kilometers southwest from Fort Nelson. East Tuchodi Lake is also the result of an alluvial fan, out of view from another creek at lower right. The image looks to the northwest, and was made during the course of a photographic flight to the Lloyd George Icefield conducted on September 15, 2017, originating from Fort Nelson. #aerialphotography#mountains#canadianrockies#canada#britishcolumbia#wilderness#vansaircraft#flying#jaggedridgeimaging#climbing
Canadian Winter Wonderland is an understatement ☃️ ↡
It was basically like one big scavenger hunt trying to go around this lake to find the best layers of methane bubbles under the ice. The wind was an absolute killer to go along with the frozen temperatures, but it was all worth it and then some to be able to witness this phenomenon with my own eyes 🧊. In certain lakes around Banff the methane bubbles freeze in these cool layers, we just didn’t know that we would find them at this specific lake but hey I’ll take it. ✌🏼
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Was scrolling through some of the old photos and came across this one from this cool and crisp morning in the mountains! Just posted a new video from this weekend check it out if you have some time! And new photos coming from the events coming out tonight
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So many people ask “Why do you hike? Why would I want to walk uphill through a forest for 4 hours?” Well it’s hard to answer that, but this picture is the best proof I have that IT IS WORTH IT. I promise that once you start, you’ll become addicted. It just never stops making your jaw drop. 🏔 🏕 🇨🇦
We can speak through silence 🤫
We can travel long distances without saying a word, and feel even more connected than before. Sometimes a simple touch or look can say so much more than words ever could.
🔅What communicates the most for you? Words, a touch, a look?
To get tuned 🤜 @brznhn 😀 #allaboutadventures
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There’s no better way to start the day than a morning walk, especially with views like this. 🥰
“ - I've been looking out of a window for eighteen years, dreaming about what I might feel like when those lights rise in the sky. What if it's not everything I dreamed it would be?
- It will be. - And what if it is? What do I do then? - Well,that's the good part I guess. You get to go find a new dream.” ✨ Tangled
I’ve been obsessed with this quote for years! It’s so easy to get stuck in the “now what” mindset and I’ve been sitting in it for a couple of months now. Finally feeling ready to tackle something new and get out of this funk! How beautiful is it that I get to find yet another new dream!! Time to create a new goal, crush it, make it my reality and repeat!
Some places just take your breath away. I can comfortably say that Moraine Lake, Alberta is one of those places. Beautiful opaque teal water with a backdrop of white tips. My body is in Montreal. But my heart is in the Rockies.
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Ice bubbles at Abraham Lake - Jasper National Park
Surrounded by the snow-frosted peaks of the Canadian Rockies and the glistening emerald waters of nearby lakes, retreat to your very own alpine fairytale at Banff's @fairmontbanff. This picturesque gem will be featured in a new travel diary by @christineflynnart coming soon to Passport Magazine! #carewhereyoustay