Adventure

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Growing up as a girl of mixed race in a predominantly white community in Vancouver, BC, I was used to standing out amongst my fellow adventurers. From cycling the city’s seawalls to hiking the trails of Vancouver’s North Shore, I...
Please—follow all physical distancing/hygiene/group regulations and guidelines. Check with the operator and/or park(s) before your proceed, as the COVID-19 situation is ongoing. Stay local and stay safe—only proceed with these adventures when it is safe to do so (even if it’s...
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...
By Conor Mihell As a medium-sized city located on the doorstep of rugged northern Ontario wilderness and the heart of the Great Lakes, Sault Ste. Marie is rapidly emerging as one of Canada’s best outdoor towns. Locals have always recognized the...
Canada spans nearly 9.9 million square kilometres. We share this home with an amazing array of wildlife. Explore encourages North Americans to "live the adventure" while respecting wild spaces and all that live within them, from the tiniest creepy-crawlies to...
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...
For some people, "time off" demands a beach, Mai Tai and a blazing sun. For others, it just isn’t a break from the grind unless you're miles away from any other human being. We can say with certainty though, it...
By Kari Svenneby I grew up in Norway enjoying family hikes and cross-country skiing every Sunday. When the snow melted, we swapped out our skis for hiking boots. Summers were spent hiking to our rustic log cabin that hasn’t...
With nothing between Newfoundland’s east coast and Ireland, this region is all about the ocean. Wild coastal hiking trails and opportunities to get out on the water are around every corner. Newfoundlanders are famous for their hospitality, and locals are...
Back in 2013, three friends and I attempted to row through the Northwest Passage in a custom-made rowboat from Inuvik to Pond Inlet. Our goal was to be the first to travel self-propelled through the passage in a single season...
By Siobhan Ward, Rover Scout, Scouts Canada Nothing beats a stunning view from a lookout during a peaceful hike in the woods. If you’re new to hiking, uphill adventures can seem intimidating. The terrain, route, difficulty and uncertainty of being...
It’s like it was built for me. I’m looking at a statue in front of the territorial capital building in Whitehorse, Yukon. The statue depicts an 1896 Klondike gold rusher and his dog. I get goosebumps when I read the...
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