summer solstice

Hi, my name is Sydney and my pup Ollie (@ollie.explores) and I have a love for all things outdoor adventure related. Ollie is a 9-month old mixed breed with a contagious smile and no off-switch when it comes to exploring! Camping and hiking rank as our all-time favourite ways to spend our free time. It doesn’t … More summer solstice

island time

Growing up on the Island, I always loved spending time outdoors. Whether it was camping, hiking, fishing, biking, or running… anything outside always got my vote. The Island, for me, has a certain feel to it. It’s more relaxed, the people drive more slowly (less city road rage), they worry less. This particular destination had … More island time

coastal camping

This year we decided that we would have a destination New Years. What better way to bring in the new year than doing what we love: camping. Obviously it was an easy choice to spend the last days of 2017 in the rooftop tent camping down the coast. After an early start to the morning, … More coastal camping


A quick one night getaway. A pack the truck and go explore kind of trip. The first night in the new rooftop tent was the beginning of the end of summer adventures this year. One of the things I love most about living in Vancouver is how easy it is to get far away from … More Nahatlatch

location confidential

Exploring our province has been the theme of this summer and I couldn’t be more excited to share the amazing sights we’ve encountered so far with friends and family! This weekend trip packed enough adventure and memories to hold us over for a while. One regular Friday afternoon we decided it was time to get out … More location confidential

backcountry berta

This adventure began like most of our adventures…unplanned. After spending two nights camping outside of Revelstoke, BC, we headed to the famous Lake Louise, Alberta. We woke up extra early after a chilly night, hoping to catch the sunrise and avoid some of the crowds. Little did we know, everyone else must have been thinking … More backcountry berta