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Whether you’re a beginner looking to classic ski in a social setting; an athlete who skate skis for winter fitness; an outdoor enthusiast who requires adaptive equipment to enjoy the region’s best views or a family looking for a place...
It’s hammering rain when we climb out of our Toyota Tacoma on an old forest access road west of Wawa, Ontario. By the time we get our outfit unloaded, wave goodbye to our shuttle driver and put the canoes in...
// DOWNLOAD EXPLORE MAGAZINE'S NEW BRUNSWICK'S 25 BEST HIKING TRAILS GUIDE New Brunswick is comprised of 80 per cent forest, making it an explorer’s dream. The large interior of Canada's only officially bilingual province offers rolling, climbable hills, low-lying valleys and large...
// DOWNLOAD EXPLORE MAGAZINE'S MANITOBA'S 25 BEST HIKES GUIDE Slotted between Saskatchewan and Ontario, the province of Manitoba consists of forests, lakes, rivers and Arctic tundra. With the frigid waters of Hudson's Bay and frequent polar bear sightings in Churchill, perhaps Manitoba...
// DOWNLOAD EXPLORE MAGAZINE'S ONTARIO'S 25 BEST HIKES GUIDE Ontario may be best-known for its canoe routes, but that doesn't mean its trails should be overlooked by hikers. Sure, its highest mountain is only 693 metres, paling in comparison to peaks found...
// DOWNLOAD EXPLORE MAGAZINE'S BRITISH COLUMBIA'S 25 BEST HIKES GUIDE If you think that “Beautiful British Columbia” has become a trite moniker, it's time to get off the sofa. This province is home to multiple mountain ranges, 18 volcanoes and a host of...
With so many options for winter hiking in and around the Greater Toronto Area, from pastoral farmland to dramatic cliffs to picturesque woods, there’s no reason to stay indoors. Don’t let the cold weather get you down; bundle up, make...
Myia Antone didn’t grow up climbing, mountain biking or kayaking in her hometown of Squamish, British Columbia. Despite living in an area renowned for its backcountry, nobody else in her family skied, hiked or paddled either. Instead, for this young leader...
Winter is the perfect time to cozy up outside. Beyond base layers, mid layers, outer layers and everything you need for a roaring campfire, the best gear item to bring on chilly outdoor adventures is a portable puffy blanket. Down is...
Ah yes, there lies a gift to the trail. A soft, warm offering encased in emerald, purple or indigo. A Hershey’s kiss dropped artistically on a path winding into the wilderness, to be shared by hikers and their furry friends. An ornament...
When forging a route in the wilds of northern Canada, linking various watersheds into one glorious line, you will inevitably find yourself in the midst of an untracked wilderness with no trails to speak of. You will face a seemingly...
Seeing an owl in the wild is an experience you will never forget—and it’s a great motivation to get outside during the chilly months. Plus, winter is the perfect time to spot owls. Since many trees are without leaves, roosting...
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