Kate Robertson

Author Bio:

Kate Robertson is an award-winning travel journalist who contributes to many popular Canadian and US outlets. Kate's happy to call British Columbia's beautiful Kootenay Mountains home, and when she's not travelling on assignment, she loves to see what kind of fun she can get up to with her two adult sons. Follow Kate's travels on Instagram @kateflysolo101 or Twitter @kateflyingsolo, or visit her website at katerobertson.ca


Posts by Kate Robertson:

Why Waterton Lakes National Park Should Be On Your Family Go-To List

Posted on: August 25, 2020

Have you ever been completely blown away by a destination? That was my experience on a recent trip to Waterton Lakes National Park. Even the scenery sneaks up on you here, as the Alberta prairies abruptly crash into the Rocky Mountains, leaving you with jaw-dropping views in every direction. Waterton
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How to Have the Perfect Tropical Island Adventure on Grenada

Posted on: November 18, 2019

A tropical island is the perfect place to enjoy everything that the beach has to offer: swim and splash in the waves, soak up the sun on silky, white sand and relax as you listen to the palm trees blowing in the breeze. But if you want your tropical vacation
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Fall is For Lovers in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Posted on: October 30, 2019

The intensity of summer can certainly kick up the passion in a relationship, but there’s nothing like the cooler, nostalgic days of fall for turning inward and snuggling close with your special someone.  Lake Geneva, a small resort city, surrounded by forests and farmland in the southeastern corner of Wisconsin,
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6 Ways to Get Your Adventure Fix This Summer in Flagstaff, Arizona

Posted on: July 18, 2019

In its heyday, Flagstaff was a popular stopping point for road trippers travelling the iconic Route 66. Then along came the interstate highways, which effectively slowed down tourism and business travel on this popular route. But this cool, unpretentious mountain town is making a comeback. Sitting at 2,135 metres in altitude, the
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Busting Texas Myths in Fredericksburg, Texas Hill Country

Posted on: April 11, 2019

Originally published April 25, 2019 Like any Canadian who has travelled, I’ve been questioned about the myths that people from other countries believe to be quintessentially Canadian. Some common ones I’ve come across: all Canadians speak fluent English and French (I wish), everyone loves poutine (of course!), and north of
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5 Reasons Why a Girls’ Adventure Getaway to Grand Junction, Colorado Is a Must

Posted on: November 19, 2018

There’s nothing like a girls’ getaway to re-charge the batteries and leave behind the stress of our busy lives and daily obligations. Girls’-only adventures give us an opportunity to explore the world and have fun differently than with our partners or families. Travelling with our BFFs allows us the time
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All Grown-Up: Travel Adventures With Adult Children

Posted on: August 10, 2018

I’m gazing into the eyes of a beautiful mule deer who’s peacefully grazing on lush mountain greenery.  He’s just 25 feet away, and totally unfazed that ten mountain cross cars are being transported stealthily up the mountain before they’re slipped from the lift and self-propelled onto the race course.  This
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