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My family and I are in second place to win a weekend getaway to Fairmont! 😱
I'll be giving shout outs in my stories to people who help!
How to help:
1. Like the Ashcroft Master Builder page (link in my profile)
2. Scroll to the car pool karaoke post
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4. Comment here that you've done it so I know to give you a shout out!
The contest closes tomorrow morning at 9:30 so please do it quickly!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Both refreshed and exhausted from a 5-day backcountry trek through the Dolomite - Pipestone - Molar circuit. A 70km hustle and many adventures with two of my closest friends was a blast. We live in a beautiful part of the world - get out there and explore!
This was right around the time when I finished my third ever Triathlon with my cousin @samsosa22 in Calgary last week. I felt the consequences of not being able to train like I did last year but sometimes you need a little bit of that to bring back the fire for the next one! No matter what happens though, 3 hours of pushing your body to its limits is an accomplishment in itself. Congrats to @ianjeffrey for topping the podium!
The countdown continues of the 10 Best Backpacks in Western Canada, before we tell you numbers 7 and 8, here's quick recap...
# 10: Lake Minnewanka
# 9: Panorama Ridge Trail
# 8: Skoki Lodge [photo credit @shannbrownnn]: The Skoki region has a stunning historical backcountry Skoki Lodge as well as a backcountry campground and is a great trip if you want to explore a stunning corner of Banff National Park.
# 7: Berg Lake Trail [photo credit @rockymountainscrambler]: Mount Robson Provincial Park is home to the Berg Lake Trail, which is one of the most traveled Canadian trails with over 4,000 visitors each year!
Stay tuned! We will be counting down all weekend. If you want a sneak peek, check out our website 10hikes.com or #10hikes#10adventures
Made our 7 am trek back south on the Icefields. Jer got his hike to the "Toe of the Athabaska" glacier. The kids were being jerky for my picture ... We started the Wilcox pass hike and just barely got the car and trailer out of the parking lot thanks to some epic manoevering by Jer. Tough to do these parking lots with the trailer. We found an empty lot for lunch but later realized it was because it's way too steep for trailers. Good news is that we now know it would take a lot to tip the trailer ... Haha. Some beauty views of lakes near Lake Louise. As we headed down the 93 to the Kootenays, we were amazed to see the way the forest recovers after fire (see the purple fire weed). We were lucky to be greeted by the goats on the way in too.
FACT: Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world's lakes combined. The most insta-famous ones being in Banff National Park [pictured].⠀
We've rounded up the best spots to visit in Canada. Visit the link in our bio and Travel Canada like a local. #canada150