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Scroll through social media and you will find video after video of people diving into stunning alpine lakes. While taking a dip after a hot hike to cool down isn’t a new concept, the cold plunge wellness trend has inspired...
Staring down a display wall of hiking boots, brands and styles abound. Breaking in a new set of hikers is an investment—one not only measured in dollars but oftentimes blisters. We don’t mean to promote a follow-the-pack-mentality, but why take...
To access the Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux Heritage Park near Lytton, British Columbia, hikers need to take the Lytton reaction ferry across the Fraser River. But when my group arrived at the dock in early July 2022, bright-eyed and eager to hit...
The picturesque community of Deep Cove, folded between granite rocks and evergreen trees along a sparkling blue fjord, is the perfect launching point for a water-based summer adventure. Although the popular Quarry Rock trail is closed to the public, the...
You don't have to travel far from the city to get some dirt under your feet (or wheels) thanks to Canada's vast urban trail networks. Discover wild spaces where you'd least expect them and enjoy all the rugged, off-road fun...
It’s September, just one month since my last visit to Camp Wolf Willow and a dramatic transformation of the landscape has occurred. Tall cattails have shrunken and wildflowers are no longer blooming, but it's every bit as unspoiled and beautiful...
Hiking in Alaska is different than in other parts of North America. The wilderness is rawer, the weather more volatile, and the margin of error smaller. Cheechakos (a local word for first-time visitors) have a few extra things to...
I got a sneak peak of the new film Big Wave Guardians, a feature-length documentary showcasing the dramatic stories of lifeguards who put their lives at risk to save others in the world’s most dangerous waves. The film, produced by...
One of my favourite rivers in Ontario is the Mattawa River. It’s a rugged and historic waterway that’s been travelled for thousands of years. Indigenous Peoples first travelled the river, followed by voyageurs starting in the 1600s. In more...
In a state not over-endowed with smooth asphalt, it is no surprise to find that one of Alaska’s main ‘highways’ runs across water rather than land—from the sheltered inlets of the Inside Passage all the way to the open seas...
“Did you know that Giganotosaurus was bigger than T-Rex? He could have kicked his butt in a fight!” Like many kids his age, my seven-year-old stepson, Nayam, knows an oversized amount about the lizard kings and queens that ruled the...
Birding, of course, is the observation of birds in their natural habitat. For some, it’s a hobby; for many, a passion. The same can be said about paddling. When you combine the two, you can enjoy the best of both...
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