Bikepacking: Little Elbow to Mount Romulus

We just got back from an epic group bikepacking overnighter up along the Little Elbow River to Mount Romulus Backcountry Campground in Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park, Alberta. Epic because somehow our ringleader managed to wrangle together ten awesome families, which included thirteen kids ranging from almost 8 months old to almost 14 years old! It’s […]

Camping Food: Southwestern Beans & Rice

Summer goals One of this summer’s missions was to get camping, finally. We started getting into it with our first born, but then we had a second and life happened and and and… And, we did it! We got back camping this year. First car camping a bit, then we streamlined and planned for a […]

10 Family Friendly Bikepacking Trips in the Canadian Rockies

camping with kids

This is my list of pipe dreams and missions accomplished! I will link to any posts that I have written up about specific rides or trips, which usually include notes on elevation profiles, camping option(s), and our experiences as a family (including the ages of the kids and what they were riding). After pining over […]

Bike Touring: Cascade Valley in Banff National Park

cascade bikepack

I had this awesome trip planned out for the Gulf Islands but it wasn’t in the cards: still have a toddler who isn’t awesome at road tripping (plus, she was coming down with a snotty cold), the three families that we had hoped to connect with we were barely going to see, and, ugh, two […]

Bike Touring: Myra Canyon on the KVR

bike touring okanagan

We just had an awesome trip to the Okanagan to do some day touring. On Day 1, we rode a section of the Kettle Valley Rail (KVR) Trail in Naramata. On Day 2, we thought we’d give the kids a bit of a rest with a longer drive and headed to the classic Myra-Bellevue Provincial […]

Bike Touring: Naramata to Little Tunnel on the KVR

little tunnel

We just had an awesome trip to the Okanagan, BC, to do some day trip touring. This ride is the quintessential KVR wine region tour, for sure! Aside from the stunning views, I think its real charms lie in the fact that it is traffic free (aside from the odd road crossing) and you can […]

Bike Touring in the Okanagan

bike touring okanagan

We are finally piecing together how to go bike touring as a family and it feels soooooooo good! Earlier on in our relationship, my husband and I figured out that we love to travel by bike. There is something just right about the pace. Something to do with your day. A lovely speed to let […]