Canadian adventurer Sebastien Ross has capture this amazing footage that will make you want to pack it all in and buy a ticket to the home of the Great Lakes.

Traveling from Tofino in the extreme South West of the country across to Dinosaur Provincial Park (a much cooler name that Rochdale) to the East of Calgary, Ross hiked to numerous remote locations, let up his camera, and let mother nature take over. While the journey doesn't look that epic on a map, it's the best part of 1000 miles between the two locations.

As he puts it himself, Sebastien took to the road in his "dirtbag van, traveling through the West coast, trying to capture a tiny bit of our natural wonders under the best light possible. I pursued a dream, living off the grid for 6 weeks with only one quest in mind." 

What's next for Sebastien? He's piecing together a similar film from a 1200 mile bike trip he undertook on the East coast of Canada. And after that, he sets his sights on capturing the North of the country. We cannot wait.

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