Tag Archive: Kananaskis Country

A Grizzly Family of 4, Emerald Ponds, Memorial Benches, the Jagged Rockies and Beautiful Sunset Make it An Unforgettable Day in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country

Wow! Grizzlies, beautiful emerald coloured ponds, jagged mountains, and I will let the photographs do the talking.

Photos and Videos: Alberta’s Glenbow Ranch and Big Hill Springs Provincial Parks, and a Grizzly in Kananaskis Country

Malik Merchant continues to explore towns and wilderness areas close to Calgary, and is awed by the scenery and wildlife at two provincial parks as well as on the main corridor of Kananaskis Country, where he encounters a grizzly bear. He takes home with him photos and videos of the bear as birthday gifts to him!

Photos: Tributes to Loved Ones on Memorial Benches in Nature Settings

Malik Merchant has been struck by tributes to loved ones that he has read on memorial benches at parks, gardens and forests in Canada. He presents a special photo essay on the subject following his recent adventures in Alberta’s thrilling Kananaskis Country. In the piece, he also suggests resources where readers may obtain more details about contributing a memorial bench honouring your loved one.

Driving Through the Scenic 60 Km Gravel Road, the Smith-Dorrien Trail or Hwy 742, from Peter Lougheed Provincial Park to Canmore, followed by a Great Steak at Rustica!

Malik Merchant has come to love Alberta’s Kananaskis Country and recently drove through the famed gravel road, Hwy 742 or the Smith-Dorrien Trail to see some stunning mountain scenery. Here are his photographs and impressions of the 3 hour trip which ended with a lovely steak at the Rustica restaurant in Canmore.