Maligne Canyon, Jasper
Deep canyon walk in the mountains, but the most remarkable thing is this was my first trip away since pre-pandemic days. So grateful to explore, see friends, be introduced to new terrain, and for the black bear sightings.
Location: Maligne Canyon, Jasper National Park, Alberta
Length: 6 km
Companions: Dithering Harold & Tom
Date: 19 June 2021
Summit Lake, Waterton
First mountain walk of the year, and first walk in this part of Waterton since the 2017 Kenow wildfire. Summit Lake was iced in and the snow too deep to get close to it. The continental divide and the U.S.A. were in sight. The poor burnt trees.
Location: Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta
Length: 8 km
Date: 6 June 2021
Sandra Cowan likes to walk on trails, paths, and city streets. She is based in southern Alberta, Canada, as a visitor in the land of the Siksikaitsitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy).
Walking Artists Network
Hamilton Perambulatory Unit
Don Gill Walking
Museum of Walking
Made of Walking
The Walking Institute