Susan Moore

Susan Moore's first solo travel experience was traveling around SE Asia for 7 months in 1993. It was life changing and extraordinary. Currently Susan is living a nomadic life, working and roadtripping around the USA and Canada. Read all about Susan » You can reach Susan Moore at Facebook
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Grassi Lakes Canmore Hike in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country

Grassi Lakes Canmore Hike in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country

Grassi Lakes is a beautiful Kananaskis hike with views of Canmore, a gorgeous waterfall, and TWO stunning aquamarine glacial lakes. There are two trails leading to the Grassi Lakes. One is steeper and more difficult while the other trail is on a gravel road with gradual incline but lacking the views.     Summer 2018 […]

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Amazing Blue Rocks Nova Scotia Sea Kayaking Experience of a Lifetime

Amazing Blue Rocks Nova Scotia Sea Kayaking Experience of a Lifetime

Nova Scotia sea kayaking is an adventure of a lifetime! Out of all my east coast outings, sea kayaking at Blue Rocks Nova Scotia, near Lunenburg, stands out as one of my favorite trips. I’m not going to lie, paddling in the open sea was equal parts exhilarating and scary at first. The beautiful thing […]

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Cape Breton Accommodations  Cabot Trail Cottage Rental Nova Scotia

Cape Breton Accommodations Cabot Trail Cottage Rental Nova Scotia

Cutest cottage on Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia could be yours for a few nights. If you’re lucky like me. A few people recommended that I visit Ingonish during my visit to Cape Breton Island from mainland Nova Scotia. From bartenders to RCMP officers, for real! Seriously, I received Cape Breton travel recommendations from an […]

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Icefields Parkway Itinerary Best Photo Stops for Lakes Waterfalls Hikes

Icefields Parkway Itinerary Best Photo Stops for Lakes Waterfalls Hikes

Looking for a scenic drive in the Alberta Rocky Mountains? This Icefields Parkway itinerary will get you the best photo ops at the most stunning spots between Lake Louise and Jasper. This road trip is rated as one of the Top 10 most scenic drives in the world and it takes you through the top […]

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Visit Yellowstone National Park – 5 Big Reasons You Must Go!

Visit Yellowstone National Park – 5 Big Reasons You Must Go!

One of the most memorable road trips this year took me to Yellowstone National Park in spring which is a perfect time to visit to avoid the biggest crowds and enjoy decent weather. While in Yellowstone I talked with a couple that also visited in winter  and said they loved it. Really you can visit […]

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Ovens Natural Park Sea Cave Trail and Campgrounds Nova Scotia

Ovens Natural Park Sea Cave Trail and Campgrounds Nova Scotia

My first outing after the long road trip to Bridgewater Nova Scotia turned into a day trip touring a bit of the South Shore area with a stop at Ovens Natural Park. I enjoyed the views from atop the cliffs and the interpretive sea cave trail. In addition there is a café as well as […]

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Drumheller Attractions at Canadian Badlands – Day Trip from Calgary

Drumheller Attractions at Canadian Badlands – Day Trip from Calgary

Looking for the perfect day trip from Calgary, tourists most often think of the Canadian Rockies with panoramic mountain views, gorgeous waterfalls, tons of hiking trails, and beautiful glacier lakes. But one of the best day trips from Calgary is actually in the other direction. Only 130 km (80 miles) from Calgary, the Drumheller Badlands offer plenty […]

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Parker Ridge Trail Day Hike on Icefields Parkway Banff to Jasper

Parker Ridge Trail Day Hike on Icefields Parkway Banff to Jasper

While I’m spending time with family this summer my sister and I decided to take a road trip mini vacation to Jasper. Hoping to avoid the biggest crowds we left Calgary on Tuesday and returned Friday. While planning our 4 day Jasper getaway we looked for a great day hike on the way to Jasper […]

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Fullerton Loop Kananaskis Hike near Bragg Creek Alberta

Fullerton Loop Kananaskis Hike near Bragg Creek Alberta

Fullerton Loop trail near Bragg Creek in Kananaskis Country is an easy day hike if you are driving from Calgary. What I love about this trail: Beautiful Elbow River views The elevation gain gives me a decent workout There’s plenty of parking at the trailhead     About Fullerton Loop trail Kananaskis Looking for good […]

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Ptarmigan Cirque Hike an Easy Hiking Trail Kananaskis Country

Ptarmigan Cirque Hike an Easy Hiking Trail Kananaskis Country

  Ptarmigan Cirque hike is one of the most scenic of the Kananaskis hiking trails. It’s an easy drive from Calgary, Canmore, or Banff. There are beautiful mountain views along Hwy 40 (aka Kananaskis Trail or Bighorn Hwy) to Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. Kananaskis Country is home to some of the best hikes in Alberta. […]

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Johnston Canyon Hike Best of Banff Waterfalls and Ink Pots

Johnston Canyon Hike Best of Banff Waterfalls and Ink Pots

Johnston Canyon is an easy hike in Banff with two beautiful waterfalls and a more moderate hike up to the ink pots. Located 25 km (16 miles) from the town of Banff, Johnston Canyon hike follows along the Johnston Creek. This is one of the most popular of Banff hiking trails. It is suitable for […]

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Planning a Trip to Yellowstone National Park – Practical Guide Essential Info

Planning a Trip to Yellowstone National Park – Practical Guide Essential Info

Planning my road trip to Yellowstone National Park, the very first national park in the USA and one of the most visited national parks in the USA, for Memorial Day long weekend in May was daunting. Yellowstone is HUGE and there are several entrances, and it’s expensive to visit in the summer. High season is […]

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