Canoeing in Canada offers cedar forests, placid lakes and a giant sky. You can't help but feel a bit like Davy Crockett as you paddle down the lake.
It’s not often that tourists are offered the chance to be part of history but that happened in Canada this month.
In the Alaska of my mind, it is always summer.
There are glaciers sliding over cliffs, dense spruce trees, and 350 bald eagles.
These gothic, glacier-carved granite spires attract the world's climbing fraternity.