Discover Special Destinations in Australia, Canada, and the United States.
By Trident Mediation, Counselling & Support Foundation
Discover Special Destinations in Australia, Canada, and the United States.Sep 03, 2023
Episode Five: A Red Soil Adventure. Setting Out From the Northern Territory to Queensland and South Australia.
Did you know that Uluru is located in the Northern Territory of Australia? There are alternate routes to Uluru-Kata. You could feature in Henbury Meteorites Conservation Reserve, Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve, Finke Gorge National Park, Kings Canyon and Watarrka National Park. This park was officially established in 1950. Its name Uluru-Kata Tjut is a Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjar term which means “many heads.”Aboriginals have lived in this area for thousands of years.
Episode Four: Uncovering Highlights From Oregon State.
Crater Lake National Park is nestled in the Cascade Mountains, forests and meadows. This park is in Oregon’s south, and the lake lies in a substantive volcanic basin. The lava land terrain can be spell-binding as you imagine that you have been transported back about 7,700 years and witnessed Mount Mazama, a volcano overfilled with lava that continued to gain pressure until it eventually spewed out molten liquid and ash, creating a basin.
Episode One. Journeying from Queensland to Victoria and South-Western Australia.
As you gaze upon this image and quieten busy thoughts, the "Aha" factor arises, and realize virtually or in person, you are indeed in Australia.
Make sure to allocate some time in your regular routine to unwind & appreciate the environment surrounding you, which can help foster a stronger bond with nature.
The locations in this podcast series are presented in alphabetical order. Whenever possible, the soundtracks have been recorded at the actual locations.
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Episode Three. Exploring Supernatural British Columbia.
If you're looking for a more wild adventure, you can choose from a variety of paddling opportunities in British Columbia's waters. You can explore the Pacific Ocean in kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards. The Great Bear Rainforest is an incredible destination for rowers, as well as the Skeena and Nass Rivers.
In Alberta, you can rent a boat at Lake Louise, Jasper, and Calgary. There are also plenty of canoe and kayak rental options you can explore. The Bow River in Calgary offers a peaceful and scenic paddle.
No matter what type of rowing experience you're looking for, there's something for everyone in British Columbia and Alberta. You can rent a houseboat at Bowen in Queensland Australia's Whitsunday area with its tropical white sandy beaches.
Episode Two. An Albertan Road Trip.
Be Bear-Aware: You can camp at this park. Be bear aware and keep making noise, and if possible, travel in groups. An Albertan resident said that in the Valley of the Ten Peaks in Banff National Park, a well-loved park, a hungry bear reportedly tried to take a hiker’s backpack off as they carried a particularly pungent food.