About Photo Journeys

Follow us as we explore many of the world’s most awe-inspiring and photogenic places, both close to home and to every continent around the globe – not just famous and iconic “must see” destinations, but also little-known treasures off-the-beaten-track that you may not find elsewhere. Photo Journeys is about discovery through photography. Our specialty is […]

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Canoe Trip to Robertson Falls, Churchill River, Saskatchewan

Robertson Falls, Churchill River, Saskatchewan

Our recent trip to Robertson Falls on the Churchill River turned out to be the ideal time for a visit. Northern Saskatchewan excels as a destination for canoeing and wilderness camping, from easy short paddles to remote multi-days expeditions where you’re unlikely to see other people. When we’re looking for an easy-going trip for a […]

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3 Great Short Hikes in Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton is a great place to hike, with some 200 km of trails covering everything from challenging backcountry treks to more leisurely day trips. If you haven’t been to this park in southwestern Alberta in a while, expect a few changes. The massive Kenow Fire in 2017 swept through over one-third of the park, damaging […]

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Adventures Under the Night Sky in Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.

We’re walking in pitch-black dark at 11:00 at night, following the hiking trail to Blakiston Falls in Waterton Lakes National Park. Leading us is Keith Robinson, owner and guide of Dark Sky Guides, who wants to take us as far away from any light pollution as possible. The excursion started when Keith picked us up […]

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The Best of Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta

Waterton Lakes National Park is unique in so many ways. Tucked into the southwest corner of Alberta, the most obvious part of the landscape is the abrupt change from the Great Plains to mountains. Unlike farther north, no foothills provide a gradual transition. One minute you’re travelling across open prairie, then suddenly you’re surrounded by […]

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Enjoying Saskatchewan’s Dazzling Wildflowers

Wildflowers, Saskatchewan

Right about now is generally the height of wildflower season in Saskatchewan, although every year is different and conditions vary considerably throughout the province. We’ve had higher than normal rainfall in early summer which has brought a profusion of colour in some areas. In our neck of the woods in the Thickwood Hills, we’ve never […]

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