From icing a cake to walking on ice, Sheri Landry of Edmonton is up to the challenge. As the creator of the popular This Bird’s Day web page featuring advice, antidotes and recipes Sheri keeps pretty busy.
Mesmerized by the powerful and hypnotic beat of the ancient drums, we pull ourselves away from the fire-warmed trapper's cabin (after a delicious bannock and beef stew feast, a Métis favourite!) and hop on the wagon for the short ride to the main stage.
When I get too wrapped up in my daily responsibilities, I close my eyes and picture myself outside surrounded by fresh air and immersed in a natural world. Spending even the smallest amount of time in nature centres me.
Can you do it? If you can climb a ladder, yes, you can. Scramble to the top of Mount Norquay while tethered to a cable. Climbing ladders, cross suspension bridges and cling to the rocky face. The exhilaration at the top is unbelievable.
Discover glaciers, icy rivers, high mountain passes and wildlife along the way. Peddle at your own pace, the sag wagon carries the luggage and lunch. Explore, test yourself and enjoy the four-day journey.