Discover the backcountry Canada and it's secrets A Local's Guide to the Backcountry

Canada Travel Guide to the Backcountry

Discover the Roads Less Travelled – get hooked for ever!

Canada Travel Guide is a your stepping-stone to the wilderness of Western Canada. Find  valuable tips on visas, work and travel, budget travel, unique English language schools, wilderness skills. Learn about Canadian rodeos and the wild west and – how to meet the locals. My travel blog keeps you updated with insider travel tips.

I ‘m sure, you have been planing it for years – the big trip to the backcountry Canada – the heart and the soul of our land.

You want more than a sightseeing trip through the Canadian Rockies, you are someone who wants to find secluded campsites, backpack, hike and camp. Someone who wants to do  off-road driving and explore the backcountry Canada independently. Maybe you’re thinking about a travel adventure to the Yukon and a solo road trip up the Dempster Highway to the Arctic.

Have you ever thought about moving or immigrating to Canada?

If any of this is the case, you came to the right place. In the Backcountry Canada Travel Guide you find facts and get you inspired to follow your dream.

Meet rangers, cowboys, tourists and travellers, runaways and rebels, aboriginal people, Amish and Mennonites, pub owners and drunks, miners and madmen.

Canada has many major tourist attractions, but the real fun is to find the backcountry secrets in between. Find forgotten graves, secret hot pools, hidden waterfalls, isolated free campsites, remote and friendly backcountry pubs.

However, Canada is the second largest country in the world. As a result, distances between places and attractions are huge. Therefore learn how to take your time and travel with a specific purpose.

Most of all become an Adventure Tourist! Talk about “What I did” instead of just “Where I went”.

Have fun without spending a fortune and travelling great distances.

What do you get out of this guide?

In the Backcountry Canada Travel Guide I share with you everything I’ve discovered and learned over the years while living, working and travelling in backcountry Canada. All content is based on personal travel experience and working in adventure tourism.

You will see that the Canadian backcountry is not only forests, mountains, lakes and grizzly bears. It’s far from that, and it’s not as dangerous as you think.

Learn about our wildlife, wolfs and coyotes, and what to do when you run into a cougar.

Also read about the First Nations and the local folks. Find out how to avoid the tourist crowds. Get inspired to do a hike at Rogers Pass. Explore Buffalo jump, before heading up to Dinesour Provincial Park in Alberta Canada.

Do you want to get a taste of the Wild West? Check out Justina’s travel story.

Maybe heliskiing in Canada or heliboarding is on your bucket list; you will find information on it on this website.

Find a cheap flight and know what to pack for your trip. Look out for cheap accommodation or a free campsite.  Get tips on how to get a working holiday visa AND find a job.

And that’s just a start!

The Backcountry Canada Travel Guide is filled with heaps of information.  It will help you with serious travel planning.

The Canadian Backcountry is beautiful and wild. Unless you have been here before, you won’t be able to imagine it. There is the feel of solitude and space, when you sit in front of a campfire at night, drinking Cowboy coffee and gazing up to millions of stars.

The backcountry is not where most travellers to Canada are heading. I do promise you, when you travel on those backcountry roads, you will feel a sense of satisfaction and freedom you never thought possible.

Get off the beaten track – experience the wilderness!

What you need to travel in the backcountry is enough information, and some common sense. I hope that I can offer you plenty of both.

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Canada Travel Guide

Time to dig in and plan the adventure

Visit my getting started page and start exploring.

Find updates on my My Travel Blog regularly. Read about secret places and personal stories and learn about the challenges that occur when living on the edge. Or find out, how new technology ends up in a backcounty kitchen.

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Get inspired by the Backcountry Canada Travel Guide and Happy Travelling!

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