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We know our kids need nature, and these books make that even clearer. From inspiring parenting stories to hiking guides and science-backed studies on nature play, these books will encourage you to embrace the elements with your kids. Swedish journalist...
Outdoor adventures are food for the soul at any point in our lives. But during a pandemic, getting out into nature is a necessity for many of us to maintain a positive mindset. We must remember that the ability to...
Paid Advertorial from Xplornet Rick Wilkins has lived and worked on Rufus Lake, 110 kilometres southwest of Kapuskasing, for the past 28 years. He runs Rufus Lake Outfitters, a northern oasis for those who love to hunt, fish...
When six 18-year-old camp counselors from Algonquin’s Camp Ahmek found themselves out of a job last summer due to Covid, they decided to squeeze the life out of the lemons they were handed and make the best darn lemonade possible.
My good friend Kevin Vallely is a true renaissance man. A highly touted architect, author, public speaker, athlete, husband and father, Kevin excels at everything he does. On top of all these things, he’s also a world-class adventurer. Among his...
Sponsored by Conagra Snacks are important on outdoor adventures. Beyond the necessary nutrients, carbs, protein and fat, snacks offer something to look forward to at the summit, lakeside or campsite. Pack food that tastes delicious, is nutritious and you will actually...
Blisters suck. I still remember walking around a beautiful garden in South Africa, gritting my teeth because the sides of my toes were swelling and rubbing in my (cute but very uncomfortable) sandals. The founder of BlistWool has a more intense...
I am feeling for all the youth camps across the country right now. They’re holding on and trying to keep afloat during this pandemic. Heck, they’ve always had it tough even before all these shutdowns happened. Some might not make...
Adventure lives in Canada's Northwest Territories. With more than 1.14 million square-kilometres to explore—and only about 45,000 residents—the NWT is home to breathtaking wildlife experiences, impressive natural wonders, rich Indigenous cultures, heart-thumping action sports and serene natural excursions.
// DOWNLOAD EXPLORE MAGAZINE'S CANADA'S 40 GREATEST HIKES Think back to the moment on your last hike when you stood in quiet awe of a view so perfect the world seemed to pause as you marvelled at its beauty. Remember the way...
The first Earth Day took place in 1970, which is often considered the start of the modern environmental movement. Now, more than a billion people mark Earth Day on April 22 each year by taking actions both big and small.
I never thought I'd spend the summer living out of my car by myself, let alone driving 11,000 kilometres around British Columbia and the Yukon. But when the Covid-19 pandemic uprooted my life and forced me into a solo quarantine in...
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