Inca Trail Day 2 – You Will Never Be Closer to the Top of Dead Woman’s Pass

We were awake before the porters shook our tent, and we unzipped the door to accept hot coca tea in a tin mug from the man in red, spiderman pants. Both of us were surprised we hadn't slept much considering we were exhausted. Now, we had about thirty minutes to get dressed, pack everything and …

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Peru Proves Much More Than the Journey to Machu Picchu for Us Tres Chicas

16 days, 5 flights, 8 towns explored, 46 km hiked and 3 mountain passes climbed, unknown pounds of ceviche, potatoes and pisco sours consumed and countless breathtaking moments. There isn’t much I would change about our recent adventure in Peru. Touring the Sacred Valley, immersing ourselves in the culture of the Uros Floating Islands, relaxing …

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Spring Hiking in Algonquin: 7 Tips For a Beginning Hiker

It’s almost hard for me to believe I’ve never been to Algonquin. Growing up, when my family did get away, often it was to Ontario's north. We had family there and snowmobiled or took day trips along the channels and lakes, stopping to pick blueberries and swim along the way. So, when my best friend asked …

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From the Shoreline to the Saugeen

This is my final post, showcasing the beautiful place I grew up, Bruce County. Check out the first and second posts, grab an "Explore the Bruce Adventure Passport" and plan a day (or weekend) trip of your own! The final four destinations on our Explore the Bruce Adventure Passport made a great day trip. Stretching from the far …

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