Well the snow showed up right in time for a white christmas! We were fortunate enough to enjoy the winter wonderland the Rockies became which made the perfect backdrop for photos and video. People who come to Calgary in the winter always assume that heading to Banff National Park is the place to be, which rightfully so has beautiful places to visit, however they can be congested and spendy during the holiday season. If you are planning a trip out, I would also recommend looking at the map of Kananaskis Country, which includes all sorts of winter activities like snowshoeing, dog sledding, skiing/snowboarding, x-country skiing, the list goes on! Plus after a full day of activities, there are lots of spots to stop for food & drink- I recommend the perogy poutine I inhaled at Hogshead in Canmore. And if you’re looking for a single day trip, try a drive and snowshoe or hike out at Mount Engadine Lodge, followed by their daily Afternoon Tea. Also another big plus for me, if you are planning on a stay overnight- they are dog friendly!
Travel is one thing I wanted to incorporate more into the blog in the last year, however with the addition of the furball it seemed to be a tricky thing to navigate. Which is why I’ve been searching and finding more dog friendly options, which hopefully means more travel for us in 2017. And I also love how video can add that extra dimension to showcasing an experience, so I would anticipate more to come on C&C in the New Year, so stay tuned!