I fell in love immediately with the park and it's unbelievable beauty and magnificent nature. I dreamed of being a hiking guide as soon as I heard that there was such a profession. I made that dream come true 22 years ago when I became a Certified Hiking Guide with the Association of Canadian Mountains Guides.
I have travelled the planet for hiking and climbing and have been on expeditions to Nepal 7 times. I have climbed in China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Laos, India, Indonsia, Australia, Kenya, South Africa, Morroco, Ethiopia, Spain, Greece, Cuba, Colombia Peru, Argentina, United States and Jordon! I still find the Canadian Rockies very magical.
I have guided many travelers from all over the world sharing my passion and knowledge of all the pure spaces that I have discovered. I believe that the pure spaces of nature are very powerful and that connecting with these spaces can be very nourishing for the soul. I always allow time for my guests sit in silence and really connect with themselves and the pristine places we explore.
I believe in the importance of "leave no trace" practices in nature. I am always fostering an appreciation and understanding of ecosystems and the interconnectedness of all living beings.
Being a Certified Yoga Teacher and meditation practitioner allows me to bring the body, mind, and spirit aspect to your hike if desired.
A Recent Review of this guide
Out tour was scheduled for late in the season (October) so weather had a big impact. The day before our tour snow had closed both the icefield parkway and road to Maligne Lake. Terri was great at knowing the roads and road conditions that we were able to see both Maligne Lake and Angel Glacier. We saw 5 moose, eagles, mountain sheep and elk. Terri was a wealth of information on the area and wild life. It was great to have control of where we went - compared to a large tour.
Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, Wilderness First Aid, B.B.A. Certified Yoga Teacher