Posts Tagged ‘Hiking’

The Pacific Coast Trail

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

i honestly don’t know if i could complete such a journey.  i could not imagine what it would be like to complete this.

This is not a beautiful hiking video | A Pacific Crest Trail Thru-Hike from Peter H on Vimeo.

“This is not a beautiful hiking video. It’s more about heat, pain, hunger, mountains, lakes, sweat, dirt, freedom, and friendship. Actually, it’s about walking. A long distance. For a long time.”

Watch Peter’s journey on the PCT above.

Below watch a great little 40min doc.  It’s inspiring.  I could not imagine hiking it in 4-6 months and push yourself.  I would love to have the chance to hike it with my kids but realistically that is almost impossible.  How someone pushes hard and then over time gains more mental and physical strength to complete such a journey.

Tobermory | The Bruce Peninsula | #99 of 101 | Hike the Bruce Trail w/ the kids

Sunday, March 19th, 2017


Tobermory, Ontario


Stormhaven and High Dump are the two backcountry camping areas in Bruce Peninsula National Park. Located along the Bruce Trail on the scenic Georgian Bay shoreline, they offer a tranquil camping experience in a beautiful and remote setting.  It would be great to hike into the campsite and set up camp for a night and set off the next day for the next campsite.  To spend an extra day exploring the caves and swimming and exploring the Grotto, Overhang Point and Flowerpot Island.  After the adventure it would be nice to take the Chi-Cheermaun over to Manitoulin Island.

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I’ve always wanted to explore this part of Ontario and I’ve never been north of Blue Mountain before.  I think the kids would love it since we will have to carry our gear so we will pack light and be creative with our food.

Already starting a Notebook in Evernote with gear needed and ideas and resources.




The Simple Life | The Hobo Dinner | Date Day

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

1-campfire dinnerSometimes easy things are the best in life. (link for more = x)

Would You Like To Go For A Walk? I Dare You!

Friday, March 21st, 2014


El Caminito del Rey or “The King’s Little Path” is often regarded as the most dangerous walkway in the world. This old walkway, now fallen into disrepair, is pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Alora in the province of Malaga, Spain.
The walkway was built between 1901 and 1905 to provide workers the means to cross between two hydroelectric power plants at Chorro Falls and Gaitanejo Falls. These days the walkway is closed to the public, but that hasn’t stop thrill seekers from walking the narrow mountain walkway.

The walkway is 3 feet and 3 inches (one meter) in width, and rises over 350 feet 100 meters) above the river below.
The walkway was completed in 1905, but the inauguration did not take place until 1921 when Spanish King Alfonso XIII crossed it and the walkways been called The Kings Pathway since.
Constructed of concrete resting on steel rails supported by stanchions at around 45 degrees into the rock face, it is currently in a highly deteriorated state and there are numerous sections where part or all of the concrete top has collapsed.

The result is large open air gaps that are bridged only by narrow steel beams or other support fixtures.  After several fatal accidents, the local government closed the path in 2000. But there are still daring hikers who manage to get around the barriers and make their way across the gorge.

Hook up the laptop to the HD TV and watch this video below.  Wild.

Short Winter Hike | Trent Trails | Peterborough

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

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Went for a short hike today.  Had the day off.  It was nice to get out.  I really need to get out more.  No excuses.  Beautiful day with the sun and trees.

Another Visit To Burnham Provincial Park

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

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Beautiful time to walk outside