Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park Petroglyphs and Hiking Hoodoo Trail My girlfriend and I had the opportunity to visit Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park and see the First Nations petroglyphs. They were spectacular and one of the most amazing, spiritual sights we have seen in a long time. The summer we travelled to Milk River, Alberta was difficult … More Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park Petroglyphs and Hiking Hoodoo Trail
Calgary Alberta’s National Music Centre opened in the new Studio Bell space in the East Village in 2016. The facility acts as one of Canada’s national institutions to celebrate music in all of its forms, and it’s a source of pride. The building was built by Allied Works Architecture and Brad Cloepfil. But, it’s during … More National Music Centre/Studio Bell | Calgary Alberta Tourist Attractions
Quebec City’s Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is one of Canada’s leading luxury hotels, built as part of the Canadian Pacific Rail hotels. The hotel is one of the most famous images, photographs from Quebec City, Canada and looms large over the Old City.
My girlfriend and I visited the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta recently to see the Suncor Nodosaur. It’s known as the best preserved armoured dinosaur fossil in the world. It’s nothing short of unbelievable. There’s five reasons why you MUST put the Royal Tyrrell Museum on your travel bucket list. Obviously there’s many more … More Dinosaur Mummy | Royal Tyrrell Museum (Drumheller, Alberta)
People always ask how to make a travel video. Your journey to building one of the best travel YouTube channels will have its challenges, but if the drive, passion and interest remains, you’ll enjoy every step of the way. I’m Krushworth and as I’m writing this blog post, I’m currently hurtling along a ViaRail train … More How to make a travel video | Best travel YouTube channel