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Location: Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkPark here: Lynn Headwaters Entrance Parking LotPublic Transport: Bus # 210 from downtown Vancouver Hike Distance: 8.8 km roundtripHike Duration: 4 - 5 hoursElevation Gain/Loss: 720 mDifficulty: Challenging...
Algonquin Provincial Park is one of the most popular outdoor destinations in Ontario. The park has so much to offer, including a long list of amazing hiking trails. There is a trail for just about everyone in Algonquin, from challenging...
Location: Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkPark here: Lynn Headwaters Entrance Parking LotPublic Transport: Bus # 210 from downtown Vancouver Hike Distance: 14 km roundtripElevation Gain/Loss: 195 mHike Duration: 5 hoursDifficulty: ModerateWhat makes it moderate? Mostly flat on well-marked trails, but it is...
Beneath my bicycle tires, smooth pavement winds, slopes and climbs through the forest. On my right, yellow-green ferns burst out of decomposing stumps. Above me, the cloud-morphed sky is punctuated with dark grey branches. To my left, the faint buzz...
Many people living in Ontario are within a few hours’ drive from a provincial park, which is the perfect distance for a day trip! Visiting Ontario Parks is an easy and inexpensive way to enjoy the outdoors. You just have...
Oh, Vancouver. Hailed as one of Canada's most livable cities (although certainly not the most affordable), it's no wonder adventurous people strive to live here. The downtown core itself lies adjacent to a massive playground of greenery, flanked with sandy...
More than 30 years ago, a visionary by the name of Dr. Mitchell Franklin dreamed of a road along the Bay of Fundy coast from St. Martins to Fundy National Park. In 1995, after years of lobbying on Franklin’s part,
There is nothing I love more than heading out to explore the great outdoors. With my husband and dog as my primary adventure companions, I enjoy spending all the free time I have embarking on hikes—and it just so happens...
The arrival of spring in BC’s interior is often characterized by the melting of the snow in the Columbia Valley and the budding of vibrant wildflowers in surrounding meadows. With increasingly warmer weather and more accessible trails, outdoor...
I was so nervous to encounter my first bear. The anticipation that I’d built up in my mind threatened to overwhelm me when I saw its brown, furry head pop up from behind a tree trunk just metres away.
I slapped the skins on my skis, tied into the rope team and began ascending one of the many mountains surrounding the Pika Glacier. With views of Denali to my left, my skis slid smoothly over the sun-cupped glacial terrain.
The snow crunches beneath the dull metal teeth on my rented MSR snowshoes. Overhead, a black thread laced with yellow bulbs illuminates our way through the evergreens. On the surrounding trees, colourful lights weave around tree trunks and dangle...
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