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We’ve just arrived at Aurora Village on the outskirts of Yellowknife—capital of the Northwest Territories and, you could say, a capital place for viewing the northern lights. Like our guide, we’re all dressed in fur-trimmed parkas, warm pants and insulated...
As soon as the helicopter flies down the valley beyond earshot, enchanting sounds embrace me like cherished companions. I hear trickling water dancing down a creek meandering through a willow patch. A marmot whistles from its rocky home upslope from...
It was snowing when I arrived in Vieux-Montréal. With narrow streets (originally travelled by foot or horse) lined with romantic stone buildings and lit up by seasonal lights, the historic neighbourhood felt hushed and inviting. A walk would make for...
You’re lost. The last rays of sunlight slip behind the horizon as the battery percentage on your cellphone turns red. You look for cell service bars—none appear. Somehow, you got off trail, and all the trees look familiar in the...
The Canadian company Recreational Barrel Works is off to an amazing start for 2024. They’ve released over half a dozen new products for the year. One of the most unique selections is titled The Heritage Series. It includes a line...
You have a dream—a fabulous, scintillating dream. You want to strike out and immerse yourself in a wild experience that isn’t available in a pre-bought package, brought to fruition by an Airbnb or satisfied by the buffet selection...
Snow crunched under my crampon-clad feet. The pine trees on Mount Seymour sported olive-green needles, appearing naked without the weight of fresh snow. Behind me, my group of three girlfriends paused, their amicable chatter fading. “I hate to...
If winter hiking is on your to-do list, there’s a term that you might hear get thrown around: postholing. Before you step out onto those snowy trails, it’s good to know what it means and how to work around it...
As we drift past two of Atlantic Canada’s least known, most significant national historic sites, my Mi’kmaw guide, Stephen Paul of Metepenagiag First Nation in New Brunswick, tells me we won’t be landing on the banks of the...
Most outdoor stores opt to carry new-age snowshoes made of lightweight plastic or anodized aluminum equipped with mini-crampon bindings. They’re a good choice if snow depths aren’t a pressing issue. If I was up in the Far North trekking across...
Valentine’s Day dates don’t have to be fancy or expensive—instead, you can spend time in the environment you love the most: the Great Outdoors. Here are five outdoorsy date ideas to impress the love of your life this Valentine’s Day, along...
If you’ve been thinking about going somewhere special to view the northern lights, you won’t want to put it off much longer. The aurora borealis will soon be at its best and brightest as the sun...
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