An Insider’s Guide to Hiking the Dundas Peak

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A guide to the Dundas Peak, Tews Falls, and Websters Falls from a local. I’ve visited the Spencer Gorge Conservation Area since I was a kid. It’s the scenic space made famous by Websters Falls, Tews Falls, and the Dundas Peak; there’s so much natural beauty that it’s bursting at the seams. While it’s gorgeous all year long, the fall … Read More

Snæfellsnes Peninsula Iceland Day Trip Travel Guide

Snæfellsnes Peninsula is known as a miniature version of Iceland. In the planning stages of our two week trip to Iceland, we heard that the Snæfellsnes Peninsula Iceland was a miniature version of the country. There are mountains, caves, gorges, craters, waterfalls, beaches, and ocean views. Essentially, it’s all of Iceland condensed into one smaller region that can be seen … Read More

Best Bruce Peninsula Hiking Trails for Nature Lovers

It’s time to explore the great outdoors! The Bruce Peninsula in southern Ontario is known for its epic natural wonders, including caves, grottos, and unique rock formations. Thankfully, these are all easily accessible through wooded trails through the forest. There are several Bruce Peninsula hiking trails to discover, and I’ll detail a few of my favourites. While I’m all for … Read More

10 Reasons to Visit Ontario’s Blue Coast This Summer

Have you heard of Ontario’s Blue Coast? I rarely travel overseas during the summer months. It’s true. Why travel abroad this time of year when there are so many beautiful places close to home? While I’m jetting off globally as much as possible most of the time, I love exploring my own backyard when the weather is at its best. … Read More

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