Well, not their border customs. I was detained in the Calgary International Airport in February because border agents didn’t believe I was there to go camping in the dead of Canadian winter. Having Canadian grandparents got me out of that one.
My best friend and I did a camping road trip through Alberta and BC to experience the Canadian Rockies. It was absolutely epic, and one of the best adventures of my life. The scenery was epic, but more surprising were the people. It's a stark contrast from Silicon Valley to Canadian mountain towns. Law enforcement and locals were extremely friendly and quite helpful. We made many friends on our journey. In fact, they helped guide our adventure. I'm dead set on going back.
I want no crowds, huge mountains, and abundant wildlife like last time, but I want to see new areas. Where should I go in the country for the next adventure?
(there's me at the bottom of a slot canyon on a frozen river)