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Female voices are underrepresented in the typically male-dominated outdoor adventure world. We want to change that narrative. Hiking, camping and canoeing are some of my favourite activities; however, I rarely do them alone. When trekking through the forest, I’m...
You’re standing at the base of Mount Hallasan. You’re carrying a water bottle, a granola bar and your DSLR camera. You know you should’ve left the heavy Canon in your apartment back in Seoul, but you wanted to document this...
“Watch out for the piranhas,” says our guide, as he leads us into the waist-deep water of a rushing river. I had been warned about snakes, spiders, and leeches that morning during our trek briefing, but as I feel the...
The spirit of Manitoulin Island can be found in sacred First Nation heritage sites, along the shores of a 6,000-year-old lake, lurking behind mystical waterfalls and sometimes sitting atop steep, boulder-strewn nature trails. Our writer strapped on his hiking boots...
By Shel Zolkewich A slow drive across Hecla Island reveals a Manitoba landscape like no other. A handful of tidy cottages sit far back from the pebbled lakeshore. A cluster of historic buildings—a school, community hall and church—tells the story of...
Wintertime can be cloudy, rainy and grey on the wet coast, while the surrounding mountains stock up on snow. The rest of Canada and parts of the USA are blanketed in white snowflakes, coaxing explorers outside on snowshoes, skis, dogsleds...
By Conor Mihell Cradled by the ancient mountains of the Canadian Shield and surrounded by freshwater seas, locals have always known the community of Sault Ste. Marie (pop. 70,000) to be an epicentre of outdoor adventure. Exceptionally snowy winters support vast...
Dry, chapped skin is so common in the colder months that it has its own nickname: Winter Itch. Skin care professionals debate causes that lead to flaky, scratchy patches, which are often prominent on exposed skin, like your hands and...
($300; mec.ca) When you wash any synthetic fabric, microscopic bits break off. These micro-fibres slip through water treatment, enter the water cycle and are now found in pretty much every body of water on Earth—and are climbing the food chain. To...
Maui is known as the Valley Isle. Outdoor enthusiasts of all skill levels will find an abundance of activity options along Kaanapali Beach. This gorgeous three-mile (4.8-kilometre) stretch of sugary beach was once the retreat for Hawaiian royalty, and the...
Found on the eastern shore of Okanagan Lake, Kelowna is surrounded by pine forest, parks, vineyards, orchards and mountains. It's an ideal destination for those seeking outdoor adventure in one of Canada’s prettiest landscapes. Bike fanatics will want to cruise trails...
The Aurora Borealis is one of the most magnificent, awe-inspiring natural sights explorers can seek out. Multi-coloured streams of fluorescent light dance and wave across the inky sky like glow sticks at a full moon party. But the still, silent...
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