Kanada · 26. September 2020
What's a typical Canadian scenery? In many cases people would probably say a Grizzly somewhere in the miuntains, catching a salmon out of a river while a bold eagle is flying above. At least that is something I had always thought of when talking about Canada... Now I know, it's not a little kids dream, it's actually real, I saw it! But first things first, after leaving Nuk Tessli I decided to go to Bella Coola with Theresa and Semi for a night before heading North to the Stewart Classier HWY...
Kanada · 11. September 2020
Literally I went not only four days into the wilderness but also onto Wilderness. It's one of the better known peaks in the area arround Nuk Tessli, at least it has a name on the maps... Together with another German/Austrian volunteer couple I set out on a four day camping/trekking/hiking trip even further into the untouched mountain wilderness arround here. Lucky as we are the weather was supposed to be great during the upcoming days and started out promising as we crossed the lake to the...

Kanada · 05. September 2020
I haven't even been at Nuk Tessli for 2 days when I got the chance to take my first day off and go hiking. Luckily for me nobody was allowed to venture out on thier own so Theresa and Semi had to play the 'babysitter' and take me along when they went out for a hike. I guess or at least I hope they didn't mind too much. Anyway, today's destination was Atnarko peak, an addition to the usual hiking path of Northpass lake. We ventured out after finishing breakfast duties and hopped into the boat to...
Kanada · 04. September 2020
The week in Barriere passed by super quick and here I was, back on the road again. Up into an adventure I couldn't even have dreamed of before. Nuk Tessli - a Wilderness hiking lodge in the Chilcotin on the boundary of Tweedsmuir Provincial park between Williams Lake and Bella Coola. I tried getting in contact with them when I was in Ontario already, but as all the Whistler stuff happened so suddenly I had to drop that idea again. Now, finally it worked out, as if it was meant to be...

Kanada · 17. August 2020
The main motivation for going to Whistler was to start working fora Landscaping company here. The whole thing got set up by Tracey who's son is working for the company too and said that they need an extra pair of hands. As housing in Whistler is hard to find, or let's rather say affordable housing, I went to stay at the company owners farm in MtCurrie, close to Pemberton.
Kanada · 20. Juli 2020
I had about a week to get back from Ontario to BC or more precisely to Whistler closure to Vancouver on the West coast of British Columbia. Instead of taking to southern route along HWY1 I wanted to travel all the way on the Yellowhead Highway which lies a little bit further north. Even though I would have had enough time to stop and explore I didn't really find anything to stop. Actually it's been hard enough to find a rest area to stop and make a break at. There were sections when I drove for...

Kanada · 12. Juli 2020
As I knew the chances were pretty low that I'll get back to Ontario any time soon I wanted to make most out of my trip. As distances are long in Northern Ontario and roads are rare the amount of places I could reach was quite limited. It wasn't a hard decision to make Thunderbay my destination for the weekend. 6hrs drive east, at the northern shore of Lake superior, the next noticable town to reach. Nice enough, but one day was pretty much enough to see everything there was to see in the area.
Kanada · 08. Juli 2020
I'm sorry for updating so late. I started writing this about 6 weeks ago but somehow everytime I tried to edit it everything got deleted again. In the end I've got to admit that I gave up on it for a while... I hope maybe I can catch up with what's happening sometime soon...

Kanada · 15. Juni 2020
My journey from the Rockies forwards the east began with a quick stop as crescent falls and canyon in Nordegg. Destination for the day was Dinosaur provincial park, where I arrived close to sunset. It is quite an unexpected sight as the park is kind of sunken into the plains. The sheer endless fields just suddenly drop and a hidden maze of orange red rock appears beneath. It is ment to be one of the best places in Canada for fossils and of course, as the name said, for Dinosaurs. Especially in...
Kanada · 11. Juni 2020
The area around, or better said east of Waterton NP is well known as 'where the mountains meet the prairies'. I definitely do understand why. Its impressive how suddenly the peaks disappear and the endless grasslands show up. I was quite glad when I woke up at the same spot where I fell asleep the evening before, even though the wind was still howling around my truck. Destination for today was the Kananaskis Country , an area just south of Banff NP. The drive there lead me through lush green...

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