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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...
I got a sneak peak of the new film Big Wave Guardians, a feature-length documentary showcasing the dramatic stories of lifeguards who put their lives at risk to save others in the world’s most dangerous waves. The film, produced by...
One of my favourite rivers in Ontario is the Mattawa River. It’s a rugged and historic waterway that’s been travelled for thousands of years. Indigenous Peoples first travelled the river, followed by voyageurs starting in the 1600s. In more...
In a state not over-endowed with smooth asphalt, it is no surprise to find that one of Alaska’s main ‘highways’ runs across water rather than land—from the sheltered inlets of the Inside Passage all the way to the open seas...
“Did you know that Giganotosaurus was bigger than T-Rex? He could have kicked his butt in a fight!” Like many kids his age, my seven-year-old stepson, Nayam, knows an oversized amount about the lizard kings and queens that ruled the...
Birding, of course, is the observation of birds in their natural habitat. For some, it’s a hobby; for many, a passion. The same can be said about paddling. When you combine the two, you can enjoy the best of both...
With summer upon us, the North beckons me once again to adventure. This time I'm heading out with Alex Kozma to the Mackenzie Mountains to start a 1,300-kilometre journey from the Yukon/NWT border to the Arctic Ocean. I'm calling...
With cloudless skies and balmy temperatures, spring and summer are some of the most ideal times to experience the ancient rainforests, sweeping grasslands and rugged mountains that make up Canada’s natural landscape. Venturing into the outdoors, whether hiking, mountain...
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...
No doubt about it, life is stressful at times. Noisy, messy; time is flying by much too fast, it’s all seemingly out of our control. It makes you wish you could get away from it all, some fantasy place where...
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...
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