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Hiking in Alaska is different than in other parts of North America. The wilderness is rawer, the weather more volatile, and the margin of error smaller. Cheechakos (a local word for first-time visitors) have a few extra things to...
Sliding backwards off the side of the Zodiac, I hold my snorkel mask in place with one hand and brace for impact. Wearing two layers of thermals and three pairs of ski socks underneath a dry suit, I’m cautiously confident...
At 1,629 metres above sea level, Mount Marcy (Tewawe’éstha) erupts over the treeline to proudly assert itself as the pinnacle of the Adirondack Mountain landscape. Beneath its rounded peak lies over 3,000 kilometres of rugged hiking trails, 3,000 lakes and...
As Canadians start to travel again, many will continue to explore Canada’s outdoors. One of the best ways to enjoy this country’s natural beauty is by canoe. There are numerous places to paddle; here are five different canoe trip destinations in...
From sandboarding in Florence to whitewater rafting on the McKenzie River, cycling underneath covered bridges, and the many activities in-between, these seven epic outdoor adventures in Eugene are high on thrills and energetic fun in the Beaver State.
Road tripping with your dog can be as exciting as it is stressful, especially when they become restless on longer trips or if they’re just becoming acquainted with car rides. As we approach warmer weather, many of us are considering...
If, like many of us over the past two years, you were looking up to the sky in envy as our feathered friends flew freely through the air while we were homebound, you may have become fascinated with the world...
These lighthouses have seen it all. Built to protect sailors from hazardous areas and to serve as navigational beacons, towering lighthouses dot Canada’s magnificent coast from the east to the west. With the longest coastline in the world, Canada is home...
I dip my paddle into the cool gem-toned waters in the mangrove forest, creating a smooth wake. My board glides along the calm surface as we weave our way deeper amidst the tangled open root system of the trees.
It’s the crack of dawn and the sun pours golden rays over our campsite near Carleton Sur Mer, Quebec, when we awake to a view of the North Atlantic. We’d arrived in Quebec’s Gaspé Region late the night before after...
In 1909, in a gritty drinking establishment in the diminutive port of Seward, a wizened ‘sourdough’ called Gus Borgan wagered $100 that no one could make it up and down the town’s sentinel peak, Mount Lowell, in less than an...
Nature’s prescription has multiple active ingredients, including aromatic phytoncides, negative air ions, soil mycobacterium, biodiversity, natural sights and sounds, decreased air pollution and an escape from city heat and violence. Many of the 40 benefits below can be traced back...
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