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There’s a different kind of quiet up here—yet at 5:30 am, I’m startled awake by a haunting sound. The wolves howl a chorus, seemingly right outside my window, harmonizing. Excited, I rush out of my cozy bed at Churchill Wild’s...
Dashing through the snow doesn’t necessarily require a sleigh. With the right gear, you can continue to hit the snow-packed single track all winter long. These winter trail running essentials include gear for a variety of budgets and levels to...
Now that I don’t snowboard anymore, I find it difficult to participate in winter sports. Though I enjoy snowshoeing, winter hiking and cross-country skiing, cold-weather outdoor adventures are not my forte. Last summer, due to a combination of unpleasant weather, a...
A few hours earlier, we were standing in front of the luggage carousel in the hamlet of Resolute Bay, Nunavut. No more bags were cycling through, the carousel had stopped, and everyone but us had left with their...
Canada is the home of winter, so we can be excused for puffing out our down coats with pride about the many ways that residents and visitors can experience the beauty of our northern winter wonderland. From fat biking in...
Whether hiking through tropical rainforests, swimming under cascading waterfalls, ziplining over cenotes or snorkeling in pristine turquoise waters fringed by coconut palms, the Dominican Republic’s national parks invite visitors to experience some of the best adventures that this spectacular island...
What started as the brainchild of Canadian Ski Hall of Famer Jerry Johnston back in the 1960s and 70s has flourished over the years into a national network of 60 clubs striving to make snowsports more inclusive and fun for...
We’re heading on a hike in the rugged Kohala Mountains that fringe the northern tip of Kona, Hawaii. The incline is steep—we descend 140 metres in just 0.9 kilometres—and my heart rate hovers around 135 BPM. I’m acutely aware the...
My family members are scattered about the province of Ontario, Canada, which means a lot of travelling during the holidays. When I’m driving through snow squalls and traffic jams, I tend to calm my nerves and pass the time by...
FUBUKI Boots Niseko 2.0. If you’ve seen them, you likely remember them—a Technicolor footwear display of orange, pink, blue, green and more. But if you pried your eyes away from the boots themselves, you likely saw a smiling face...
After 20 years of snowboarding, I realized that my recent decision to return to skiing meant brushing up on some pretty rusty skills. I jumped at the chance to register for a two-day women-only ski camp at Whistler Blackcomb. I...
From impressive temperature regulation capabilities to odour and dirt repellency, wool has long been favoured by outdoor enthusiasts for its exceptional qualities. Though wool has historically been known to be thick and scratchy, there are now varieties that offer the...
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