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@kalenemsley Sometimes plans change. We went to Banff to do a multi day backpacking trek but put it on hold once we arrived because of unbearable heat and thick smoke. There were points when it seemed like it was raining but it was actually small flakes of ash. After 2 days we got a rainstorm that cleared the air and reminded us why we love the Rockies so much! | Shot on Canon 8-14mm
@kalenemsley The Rockies have the most unpredictable weather I’ve ever faced — what started as a hot 35 degree Celsius day (95 Fahrenheit) turned into a -1 snowy wonderland. #withaeroplan
@kalenemsley Excited to do some flying around Vancouver trying to scope out some new hikes. There is so much around here! Growing up in Sask on the prairies gives you a special appreciation for the mountains! @whit.klass knows what I’m talking about 🙌 #sask #prairieproud 🌾
@kalenemsley Beautiful sunsets in the backcountry while camping out with @parks.canada
@kalenemsley Summertime at the top of Lake O’Hara was not what I expected. It was 33 degrees that day when we arrived at the bottom and after 5 hours of hiking straight up we found ourselves hiking through 4 feet of snow. ⛄️
@kalenemsley Enjoying some snow in the summer 🙌
@kalenemsley The colour of this water during the day is crazy.
@kalenemsley Relaxing in the Rockies 🤘
@kalenemsley We got to the lake at 5am and you couldn’t see more than 10 feet in front of you because the fog was so thick. We laid down on the rocks for about an hour when all of a sudden everything cleared. Nature is good at reminding us how important it is to be patient.
@kalenemsley I can’t believe how many amazing places there are in Canada. Thankful for the opportunity to check this one off the bucket list!
@kalenemsley After 9 hours of hiking, 3000 meters of elevation and 3 hours of snow and scree (loose stones), we made it to the second highest permanent structure in Canada. Sunrise the next morning was one of the craziest I’ve ever seen when the whole sky went pink. Thanks for taking me up @hannahkeiver 🤘
@kalenemsley Out planting trees in Canada’s national parks.