Anyone who spends time in one of Canada's national parks is bound to feel something: A sensory appreciation for the natural beauty; achievement for a physical pursuit like hiking, climbing, kayaking or biking, and a re-connection to our pristine forests, mountains, rivers, valleys and plains.
A historian, archaeologist, and geographer, Adam Shoalts has been called one of Canada's greatest living explorers. After sharing a stage together at the Word on the Street Festival in Saskatoon, Robin sat down with Adam for the latest profile in our on-going series about remarkable Canadians.
Locals always have a better sense of the hidden gems, the special deals, the time-saving hacks, the un-crowded wonders. Still, after spending a few days at Sun Peaks Resort, I’m starting to think that tourists drawn to the interior hills of BC have figured it out as well.
Welcome to a place where a person’s worth is measured in vertical feet, a once-in-a-lifetime adventure of sport, companionship while immersed in Canada's sparkling natural beauty.