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Winter fitness pals: who says you have to put in time at the gym through the cold months? Bundle up and get active outdoors! Snowshoeing is great exercise. Add some weights to your ankles to get those legs burning or...
In the colder months, Canada’s Rocky Mountains fit the true definition of a winter wonderland. Once that first snowfall hits, the entire landscape looks as though it belongs on a postcard. If you don’t want to be cooped up inside...
New York, New York is no doubt one of the most famous urban jungles in the world. But did you know there's nearby nature to explore, too? If you’re looking to escape the bustling crowds and busy city life, check...
Philadelphia is a bustling city of museums, art and history. If you’re hoping to escape into the outdoors, Philadelphia offers access to a variety of incredible hiking trails. Some require a significant drive out of the city, but all offer...
In Saskatchewan’s Grasslands National Park, hikers will find rugged routes and temperate trails. It's wise to bring a compass and map and—most importantly—know how to use both with ease. Saskatchewan is known for its massive skies, so plan your visit...
The best things in life are free—especially when they include escaping from the modern world and getting back in touch with nature. Feeling the sun on your face and grass beneath your feet is priceless, so why not spend more...
There’s nothing like spending time outdoors in the Maritimes to give you an appreciation for rugged nature. With over 100 kilometres of trails, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Gros Morne National Park has you exploring majestic fjords, cascading waterfalls, towering...
When I received the opportunity to spend a week exploring Newfoundland, I knew exactly what I wanted to do: get outside. The most easterly province in Canada offers explorers a broad selection of historic and scenic hiking trails. Get ready...
Walking through the streets of downtown Vancouver, I often look up at the flying birds above me as they coast in-between the towering buildings and imagine what they must see. What a view, I think to myself, as they sail...
Fog horns, craggy cliffs and colourful jellybean row houses fill the city of St. John’s. This historic settlement is a quiet capital city, perched on the ocean, close to nature and a perfect starting point for exploring the stunning Maritime...
The best hiking companions are the ones that hike alongside you on all fours. No, we’re not implying you should suddenly start crab walking on your next adventure. We mean your furry best friend! Most humans agree dogs make life...
Jagged, rocky peaks; emerald alpine lakes and blankets of evergreen are just a few of the features that make BC’s Glacier National Park so picturesque. The park seems made for postcards featuring a quintessentially Canadian mountain landscape. But if you’re...
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