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Less than 10,000 people live in Dauphin, a community that’s known as a warm and welcoming place surrounded by rich farmland. There are a ton of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, so lace up your shoes and get out on...
So, you'd like to do a grand canoe journey, be out there for weeks linking waterways across the Canadian Shield like people of old? It can be done, but it won't be easy, as the key to doing any grand...
Nature’s prescription has multiple active ingredients, including aromatic phytoncides, negative air ions, soil mycobacterium, biodiversity, natural sights and sounds, decreased air pollution and an escape from city heat and violence. Many of the 40 benefits below can be traced back...
If you're looking for a place to get outside in northeastern Newfoundland, here's a solid selection of trails. Length: 2.1 km Elevation gain: Minimal Located down Highway 1 from Gander, this easy and relatively short trail packs a lot of beauty. This...
Vancouver-based cyclist and designer Mel Webb recently completed a bikepacking trip with her partner, Jake, starting and ending in the town of Fernie, British Columbia. The trip, which covered 626 kilometres, a variety of terrain and was Mel’s first longer...
Located within the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality along the Alaska Highway, Fort Nelson offers a ton of outdoor adventure options. Get outside and hike these 10 awesome trails: Length: 3.9 km Elevation gain: Minimal Located a short distance from Fort Nelson within...
Named after the lake it resides on, Deer Lake is an adorable community about 50 kilometres northeast of Corner Brook. As with much of Newfoundland, there are a number of incredible trails to experience. Check out these top hikes near...
Six years ago film maker Dianne Whelan set out to hike, bike, snowshoe, ski and canoe along The Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail), the world’s longest recreational trail, connecting the Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific Oceans. Recently, on August 1st,
There’s no shortage of little ponds and lakes within driving distance of this town, which straddles the Alberta Saskatchewan border. Keep getting outdoors all year-round during the long, cold winters and wet, warm summers to experience the variety of habitats...
This article was sponsored by SABRE Dog spray and bear spray are staple gear items for many adventurers, but what’s the difference between the two? Carrying dog spray or bear spray gives you the confidence to adventure farther and explore more.
I love camping! There are a plethora of beautiful campgrounds and scenic spots to pitch a tent near Vancouver. Here are just 12 of our favourites: Alice Lake, Alice Lake Provincial Park As a base for exploring north of Squamish,
The Canadian Rocky Mountains are home to some of the most picture-perfect attractions on the planet. With soaring mountains, blue-green lakes, lush forests, towering waterfalls and unique wildlife, the Rocky Mountains are truly breathtaking and one of the best ways...
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