Exploring the beautiful backcountry of B.C. is fun and easier in a vintage RVNovember 2017 by Kirsten Armleder
Whether it’s exploring the open road or discovering secluded backcountry spots, Kirsten has embraced a variety of camping experiences. Her RV travels have taken her across Canada, along the Oregon coastline and throughout Arizona and Utah. She also spent a year and a half living out of a 24-foot travel trailer and braving one of Canada’s cold winters. Kirsten knows the joys and challenges of the RV lifestyle and she believes that making good plans and having a sense of humour are essential to every vacation. Kirsten originally joined the editorial team at RVwest after graduating from Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook, B.C., in 2005. She takes a keen interest in writing, backcountry travel and photography. She currently resides in Cranbrook, B.C., with her husband, two dogs and three horses.
All Articles by Kirsten Armleder
Take time to enjoy these outdoor-focused activities while visiting the friendly community of Jaffray, B.C.March 2017 by Kirsten Armleder
The mule trains, freight wagons and lonely faces of miners making their way north to the gold fields are long gone, but RVers can still trace the footsteps of their 1860s counterparts by travelling B.C.’s fabled Gold Rush Trail.December 2014 by Kirsten Armleder
From quirky signposts and rustic buildings to pastoral countryside and Alaska wildlife, the photo opportunities in and around this small town will impress.January 2014 by Kirsten Armleder
If my chocolate lab could talk, he would probably tell me that he wanted to be a show dog. Why? Because show dogs travel in style! I realized this while attending the Cranbrook and District Kennel Club’s 40th Anniversary of Championship Shows and Obedience Trials.August 2013 by Kirsten Armleder
Camera in hand, I headed to Fort Steele Heritage Town for my photography class with Brian Clarkson, the owner of Cranbrook Photo & Studio in Cranbrook, B.C. It was a pleasant day in August last year, and I met up with a small group of budding photographers who had signed up for one of Clarkson’s monthly camera classes.February 2013 by Kirsten Armleder