Camping

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I think most canoe trippers have experienced that moment while paddling Killarney Provincial Park’s busy backcountry, when you see your favourite campsite in the distance but then realize you’re not the only paddler making a beeline for it. It becomes...
Hot tenting beats cold camping, hands down! I remember the trip that changed everything for me. I was camping in Ontario’s Algonquin Park, sleeping in my four-season tent at the end of a long and cold February day of snowshoeing...
My only pet peeve with those blue barrels that canoeists use to store their food in is how disorganized everything seems to become after you toss them in the boat or carry them across the portage. Whatever you’re looking for...
Great news! My 2nd edition of my best-selling Complete Guide to Winter Camping is now available. The 1st edition was released in 2017 and did exceptionally well right off the bat. Winter camping, especially using a hot tent and wood...
Despite constant debate about stopping daylight saving time, Canada will be turning the clocks back again and getting an extra hour of sleep on November 7th, 2021. This means it will be lighter in the morning, but the sunset will come...
It was a last-minute trip idea with some friends, and making use of Crown land sure made planning a little bit easier. No park reservations to deal with, no crowds and no fees. Crown land is public land, meaning Canadian citizens...
This park is a hidden gem. I’ve pitched my hot tent here numerous times, rented a yurt and just recently tried out their new cabins. They’re awesome! Each one comes with cozy beds, a kitchenette with a microwave, mini-fridge, kettle...
Presented by Many people believe you have to be an expert or crazy to go camping in the winter; to those people we say you’re the ones missing out on the fun. Ontario is filled with spectacular parks to...
I had a chance to head out for a late fall canoe trip and I’m hoping to have a longer one next week. While out, I was surprised to see so many people on trip as well. Night temperatures were...
Spend enough time in bear country and you’ll likely see someone getting too close to a grizzly for a photo or leaving a picnic table covered in garbage or food. Despite the multiple warning signs scattered through areas where people...
As adventurers, we love the environment and all the special places we camp, paddle, hike, bike, climb, ski, snowshoe and snowboard. To keep our beloved outdoors clean, green and garbage-free, we all need to become eco-friendly adventurers. Here are 10 simple...
Indigo has named Adam’s latest book “One of the Most Anticipated Books of the Year,” It on CBCs Recommended Reads List for 2021, and Globe and Mail “Most Anticipated Books” list, and Amazon has already made it a #1 best-seller,
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