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Whether you're going camping for the first time and don't know what to cook or you’ve made a last-minute campsite reservation and need an easy meal plan now... ... scroll down for affordable, delicious and super simple campsite meals for your...
Have you ever wanted to start the day off watching the sunrise? If you answered yes, stick around for some tips. In all honesty, I have failed several times before pinning down the steps I needed to take to complete...
Your outdoor adventure wardrobe should be comfortable and practical. Technical fabric, innovative design and proper fit can protect, insulate, cool, dry, sweat-wick and stretch in all the right places. In many cases, unisex gear and clothing doesn’t cut it. But it’s...
Going camping? If you have extra room in a vehicle or canoe, the luxury of taking along a few extravagant food items, like raw meat, fresh fruits and vegetables, can seriously up your camp cooking game. After all, some dehydrated...
To really get the feeling of being outside, play a YouTube video with nature scenes in the background. The Spring 2020 Gear Box is shipping soon! All members receive a hand-picked Gear Box filled with items like knives, first aid...
Ready to start meal prepping for your next adventure? Have a food dehydrator? Here’s a hearty, delicious recipe! INGREDIENTS 1 medium onion (diced) 1 red pepper (diced) 4 cloves garlic (minced) 4 tomatoes (diced) 1 can tomato paste (156 mL) 3 tablespoons chili powder 2 teaspoon...
Many of Canada’s mountains are named after politicians and European explorers. Thus, Watermelon Peak in Banff National Park stands out. Apparently, the first ascent party in 1966 carried a five-kilogram watermelon to the summit and ate it. Times were...
By Maddie & Kiki, Weber Canada Certified Grill Experts As Canadians, we love our time outdoors and we love outdoor grilling even more—especially when warmer weather comes along. But there’s no need to merely dream of smoky, satisfying summer grill flavours.
Lindeman Lake is a gorgeous hiking trail, but the parking lot is closed in the winter. Due to the high elevation in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, the trail starts off snowy and icy. But can it be trekked in February?
I’m a snacker. At any given time, you can find me within arm’s reach of a granola bar, apple or something sweet to nibble on. Since I spend a good chunk of my time outside, I’m especially drawn to portable...
*All recipes are for two people Oatmeal is a great meal for camping trips because it won’t go bad and is easy to make. It’s also lightweight. However, it can be boring and bland. That’s why I came up with Adventure...
Ready or not, hiking season is here! Summer won't last more than a few months, so it’s time to get outside and hike. Do you need a bit of extra help to get you to the top? Here are three tips...
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