Trails

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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...
The Bruce Peninsula is Ontario’s best kept secret—except it’s not so secret anymore. These days, it's a top summer destination for its aquamarine-coloured water and cove and grotto explorations. The transparent waters are perfect for a sunny afternoon swim. The...
Whiteshell Provincial Park teeters on the border of Manitoba and Ontario, meaning you’ll get the best of both provinces: freshwater lakes, cross-country ski trails and heart-pumping inclines to pair with your hikes. Like its border, the park’s levels are split...
In the southeastern part of British Columbia, pressed against the border of Alberta, lies one of Canada's most picturesque parks. Yoho, a Cree word meaning "awe and wonder," perfectly describes the effect this park has on its visitors. From incredibly...
A 45-km drive from one of Canada’s prettiest and most historical communities, Quebec City, brings you to Jacques Cartier National Park. The Jacques Cartier River flows through the centre of the park, surrounded by steep, forested mountains on either side.
As the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper offers some of the most stunning and diverse landscapes in Canada. With thousands of kilometers of practically untouched wilderness, there are many stunning day and multi-day hikes for outdoor explorers.
Is there any better hiking partner than a dog? We’ve put together a list of dog-friendly trails near Halifax so you can enjoy these wild places with your best friend at your heels. These trails encompass classic Nova Scotian landscapes...
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