Tracks and Trails Adventures
TracksAndTrails.ca Adventures website has served outdoor enthusiasts for 20 years and owner Clayton Kessler is now excited to present ‘Discover The Way’, a compilation of dozens of interviews from outdoor enthusiasts.
Outdoor wisdom compiled in the back of the book and is quoted on each image throughout the book.
A gift for the adventurer
Interested in hiking, trekking, through hiking, walkabouts, and munro bagging? Then this book is for you! Over 40 adventurers from around the world share their achievements, mishaps and outdoor lessons learned, in this giant book of outdoor wisdom. Dozens of magnificent full colour wilderness scenes are included throughout these pages.
Outdoor wisdom from around the World
Outdoor wisdom compiled in the back of the book and also quoted on each image throught the book.
World’s Best Outdoor Stores
Each outdoor enthusiast interviewed provided their thoughts on great outdoor stores to visit and these were the top 16.
Worlds’ Best Outdoor Websites
Outdoor experts and enthusiasts from around the world were asked about their favorite websites and they are listed at the end of ‘Discover The Way’.
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Tracks And Trails Adventure Blog
Pinnacle Lake Hike is 4 km’s one way to an alpine lake surrounding with spectacular Monashee mountain scenery.
Free Camping in British Columbia is available at over 1100 forest service sites across the province. Enjoy the links and other information on this page to help you find your next free camping campsite. Also consider the “cons” to free camping as there are no services at most free campsites. Noise levels and rowdy behaviour is not managed, so be prepared to leave for alternate campsites or ignore music you may not enjoy.
GS Track to Blue Hawk Mine. Plus other information and pictures.
Crown Land Camping in British Columbia is a resource accessible to all Canadian residents. Yes, not only in BC but in all provinces. This article provides resources of how where and when to use Crown Land. Leave a comment below with crown land questions and it will be answered!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG279gpialo I love to wild forage on the trails and creek sides and this year is looking good for berries.