Woman looks across blue lake and Brunswick Mountain

2018 Round-Up

The New Year is a time for reflection – on both the good and the bad. But I always think it’s better to focus on the good, which is why I love to look back at my photos from the past year and remember all the great adventures that have been had. Here’s a run-down of my favourites from 2018.

January

Tofino. One of my favourite places ever. ‘Nuff said.

Beach sunset

Sunset on Chesterman’s Beach

February

Basking in the frozen glory of Lillooet.

Frozen river and mountain

The frozen Fraser River

March

Hitting up the powder in Whistler Blackcomb.

Man walks with snowboard along mountain ridge

Morning powder on Blackcomb Mountain

April

Clambering over slab avalanches with my mum at Joffre Lakes.

Man and woman hike in the snow

Joffre Lakes in April

May

Accidentally stumbling upon the Jordan River point break.

Woman sits in from of beach fire

Camping at Jordan River

June

Rohr Lake – the first of many overnight hikes in 2018.

Tent pitched in front of lake

Backcountry camping at Rohr Lake

July

Exploring the Sunshine Coast Trail. Read more about my trip to the northern Sunshine Coast and my brief encounter with the Sunshine Coast Trail.

Woman sits in front of Confederation Lake hut

Cabin porn

August

Enjoying in the bucolic delights of Salt Spring Island. Heading there yourself? Take a look at my active guide to Salt Spring Island.

View from Mount Erskine

View from Mount Erskine

September

Hiking Black Tusk via Garibaldi Lake, just as the leaves start to turn. Stunning.

View of Garibaldi Lake from Black Tusk

View of Garibaldi Lake from Black Tusk

October

Going home to England means one thing – horse riding on the Mendips.

Horses ears with lake, gate and fields in the background

The Chew Valley from horseback

November

Hiking Mount Harvey on a crisp Autumn day. The views are something else.

Woman walks along mountain top

Hiking back down Mount Harvey

December

Christmas Day skiing at Cypress Mountain with our family away from home. I was having too much fun to take a photo, so here’s another shot taken from the top of the Sky Chair last season.

Sunset from Cypress Mountain

Sunset skiing on Cypress Mountain

It’s been a great year. Bring on 2019!

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