A Day in Cozumel - A Bit Salty
Snorkeling at Chankanaab Park, climbing the Celarain Lighthouse, exploring San Miguel de Cozumel. This is our day in Cozumel
Hiking Peru's Rainbow Mountain
Vinicunca Mountain is located in the Andes Mountains near Cusco, Peru. It stands 5,200 metres above sea-level. In less than 10 years the Rainbow Mountain has gone from being completely unknown to receiving 1,000 - 1,500 visitors a day (in peak season). What feels like a tourist staple today, was covered in snow and ice until climate change revealed it in 2013.
Carmanah Walbran Provinical Park
Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park on Vancouver Island is home to some of the oldest trees in the province and is home to 2% of BC's old-growth. It's basically a living tree museum.
Hiking on Vancouver Island 2019 - A Bit Salty
As a kind of whimsical challenge, last December I set a 2019 goal of completing 12 new hikes in 12 months. The 12 hikes included three waterfalls, four mountain summits, two work trips (I am very fortunate), seven nights in a tent, one rainstorm, and no lasting injuries. I travelled 1,400 kilometres up, down and across the island to hike 125 kilometres-ish. This video features those 12 hikes as well as some other areas I explored (not for the first time) this year.
Wild Pacific Trail - A Bit Salty
The Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet, BC, is 8-kilometres of well earned coastal trail. It satisfies both the need to be completely immersed in nature and the inclusivity of an accessible pathway.
Yukon Adventure - A Bit Salty
From Whitehorse to Dawson City, through Tombstone Territorial Park to the Arctic Circle, the Yukon is home to epic adventures.
South Islands Cider Cycle Circle Route - A Bit Salty
The Cider Cycle Circle Route travels across the southern Vancouver and Gulf Islands to six cideries to learn about what makes this region so spectacular for craft cider.
Girls Trip in Campbell River!
Destination video produced for Destination Campbell River! Girls be adventuring!
Ladies Be Charcutering - Salt Spring Bike Trip
Grab your best gals, ride 42 kms, don't accomplish your goals and enjoy the fruits of Salt Spring Island.
Juan de Fuca Trail - A Bit Salty
The Juan de Fuca Trail is 47 kilometres of hiking between China Beach and Botanical Beach on Vancouver Island. In August 2017, my Dad and I hiked the trail in four days. This video is of the more scenic moments of the trip.
Timberland Lake Camping - A Bit Salty
In May we went looking for Echo Lake, but we found Timberland Lake instead.
Truck: '97 Toyota 4Runner
Cameras: Panasonic GH4 / GoPro Hero4
Tent: MSR Hubba Hubba
Canoe: Found on the side of Daniel's Mom's Shed
Bob's Coleman Tips & Tricks - A Bit Salty
My Dad is a Coleman lantern expert. Instead of facetiming him every summer to troubleshoot my lanterns I decided just to make this video. This guy, I tell ya.
Camping on Salt Spring Island
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In early April we went on our first camp of 2017 at Ruckle Park on Salt Spring Island. This two-night mini adventure included camping, market shopping, disc golf, boozing and bocce (the perfect weekend). The first night of our camp there was a wind storm with 80 - 90km/hour winds that basically blew our butts off.
Here's a glimpse at what we did.
Tourism Cowichan - Experience Ship To Shore Dining
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For Tourism Cowichan we explored Cowichan's Ship to Shore dining options. It was a beauty of a day and a lot of food. All and all, a pretty excellent place to be.
Song and Surf Music Festival
Port Renfrew British Columbia is one of those special places that enough the tough guys admit is spiritual. Song and Surf is a little winter music festival held there every February. It is the little sister to the Tall Tree Music Festival. If you're into music, beaches and wet wool sweaters this is the best place for you.
Rifflandia and Breakout West 2015
In 2015, Rifflandia joined forces with Breakout West for a giant weekend of live musical madness. Here's West Coast Live's weekend experience (I'm the one in the Wayne's World Hat). Shot in Victoria, BC.