* This event is still being finalised. Still trying to determine the exact date and accomodations etc.
When? Late summer.
Let's go to the place where my picture-taking ways got me kicked out of the other hiking club a couple of years ago. :)
Hikes to try:
Easy half day hike
6 km return trip
190 m (630 ft) elevation gain
Despite its short length, Sherbrooke Lake is a quiet trail with a wilderness feel. The lake's aquamarine waters are fed by the Wapta Icefield and the forest has many stories to tell - of past fires, powerful winds and grizzly bear life. Because of the wide variety of habitats along the way, the trail boasts an amazing diversity of wildflowers in mid-summer. A must-do trail for flower lovers.
So let's do an early morning hike to the lake. And do sunrise there. Then we photograph the wildflowers on the way back. And we should have a group of six or more here.
Easy half day walk
5 km (3 mi) return trip
No elevation gain
Emerald Lake is another jewel of the Canadian Rockies, and is one of the few lakes with a trail all the way around it. Thanks to its position on the west side of the Great Divide in Yoho National Park, a 360 degree tour of Emerald yields up four very different environments: a huge avalanche path, the normal forest, a dry and dramatic alluvial fan and the towering trees of the coastal rainforest.
Perfect as a Sunday morning hike. We can do this and get on the road back home after.
hike and shoot..
Photography and mountains--perfect combo
Outdoors and exploring new places as often as possible. www.vagabondexpedition.com
i am a passionate of nature photography -www.wintertreephotography.com
Hi I want to meet fun people because I am a fun person. :-)
Hi I m Shahrukh, new to Edmonton ad looking for some fun activities and meet cool people.
I am Carolina and love the outdoors.
Hi, I'm Meike and I love hiking AND taking pictures.
I'm new to Edmonton.
Interested in Hiking, Canadian Rockies and, especially, Photography.
Enjoy photography and outdoors, hiking and tenting.
Undergraduate student from uofc, from malaysia.
Hi, I'm Shirley and I would describe myself as a nature photographer, so this group is perfect!