Are you hoping to travel to Canada this summer? How much do you know about this North American country? Known for its vast untouched scenery, high snowy mountains, pristine lakes, and history going back to the Colonialism era, a trip… Continue Reading →
Dog sledding and winter tundra camping in the Arctic Circle? Count us in! Part of our weeklong Arctic experience with Arctic Chalet was to spend the night in a camp at Jimmy Lake located 50 km (31 miles) north of… Continue Reading →
A short 30-minute drive from Victoria, go biking or hiking the Galloping Goose Trail. A great way to discover a corner of Vancouver Island, from lakes, old wooden bridges, potholes and forest areas.
White road. White horizon. White sky. A drive on the ice road of the frozen Mackenzie River from Inuvik to Tuk in Arctic Canada. Our week in Inuvik primarily focused on mushing our own dog sled team but part of… Continue Reading →
Many destinations and outfitters provide winter adventures, snow tours and activities, and it took me a good amount of research before we chose Arctic Chalet in Inuvik, Northwestern Territories, Canada. We were looking for a winter destination that would offer dog… Continue Reading →
When we read about a reindeer migration in Arctic Canada, we knew we had to go to Inuvik. And we would follow them with the snowmobiles. The beginning of another Arctic adventure! How the Reindeer Came to Inuvik Back in… Continue Reading →
Part of the reasons we traveled to Inuvik end of March was to attend the Muskrat Jamboree. Communities from around Inuvik and the wider Beaufort Delta area gathered to participate to the yearly event which lastseed four days and featured… Continue Reading →
Very few natural events are as famous as the Northern Lights. Beautiful, elusive, mindblowing. Many travel the world for a chance to admire them, as we did. One of the reasons we chose Inuvik as the hub for our Arctic… Continue Reading →