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Monday, January 12, 2015

2015 Calendar of Outdoor Adventures

Yes, I am late on getting out a 2014 year in review and am not much of a resolution maker.  So instead or in place of a year end recap of our adventures I thought it would be cool to create a calender for 2015 that highlights the top adventure from the past year for each month.  

All photos are from our actual adventures taken during 2014 as a family.  I hope it gives you, family or not, some fresh ideas and inspiration to get outside in 2015.

JANUARY - West Coast Winter Fog while hiking Mount Maxwell on Salt Spring Island, BC


FEBRUARY - Surfing on Chesterman Beach Tofino, BC


MARCH - Snowshoe Mt. Becher in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, BC


APRIL - Night hike on Mt. Benson Nanaimo, BC


MAY - Backpacking the Sunshine Coast Trail near Powell River, BC


JUNE - Kayaking Ladysmith Harbour Ladysmith, BC


JULY - Backpacking the Vancouver Island Spine Trail near Port Alberni, BC


AUGUST - Mountain Biking the trails of Cumberland, BC



SEPTEMBER - Hiking to the summit of Mt. Arrowsmith, largest peak on southern Vancouver Island


OCTOBER - Rock Climbing on Thanksgiving near Penticton, BC


NOVEMBER - Remembrance Day hike to plane crash site on Mt. Bolduc, National War Memorial


DECEMBER - celebrating the winter solstice while traveling home for the holidays Slave Lake, AB



It certainly was a power packed year of adventures for the On the Beaten Path crew.  2015 is shaping up to be just as adventurous as we continue embrace the #followyourfeet campaign KEEN Canada promotes.  This year our feet will be going on another international adventure and as usual, exploring the wild spaces of Vancouver Island.  Now, if I actually get around to printing a calendar, that would be a miracle.  Cheers!

4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, beautiful photographs. What an excellent idea.

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    1. Thank you, Candy. Still have not physically made a calendar. There is always next year! lol

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  2. Sweet. Agree with Candy. Great idea. Love the photo of Slave Lake. And love that I remember many of these photos from the last year. Great following you through 2014.

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    1. Thank you, Tanya and great to follow your adventures as well.

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