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Hot springs in British Columbia come in all shapes and sizes. From geothermal pools tucked deep in the woods to spa's infinity pools, one thing's for certain: there is nothing more rejuvenating than a warm soak in nature's splendor. Here are...
Sponsored by Sure, its highest mountain is only 693 metres, paling in comparison to peaks found in Yukon, B.C. and Alberta—but Ontario boasts some of Canada's longest trails, set in picturesque environments. After all, gentler landscapes offer multi-night hikers 100...
If you haven't stood among the majestic peaks of Alberta's Rocky Mountains, you need to start planning a visit. There are countless places to roam and what seems like an endless tangle of trails that thread hikers through wildflower-filled valleys,
Here are some of Canada’s best birding destinations, from coast to coast to coast. 462 species have been recorded here. You can watch birds of prey soaring in the skies, seabirds diving into the oceans, songbirds flitting about the forests...
Taking some time to prepare will increase your confidence in the outdoors and reduce the burden on our precious search and rescue resources. Make sure you are prepared to navigate even on the easiest trails. It's an important lesson to...
The burgeoning community of Abbotsford, British Columbia, is known for its fields of tulips, blueberries and fresh farm produce. Just an hour from Vancouver, the city’s hiking and trail networks are easily accessible from the city and offer new ways...
Quesnel is a city among nature. Set in the central interior of British Columbia, this population centre of about 10,000 residents offers easy access to mountains, river valleys, forests and trail networks in town and beyond. Visitors enjoy mountain biking, fly...
Welcome to the Peace Country. As the largest city in northeastern British Columbia, Fort St. John is a vital regional hub for commerce and industry in the province's north. It’s also a hiking hub, though. Yes, as the ideal jumping off point...
Peterborough is an outdoors-person's paradise. Set within the Kawarthas tourism region, alongside the Otonabee River, in central Ontario, Peterborough is known for easy access to lakes, cottage country and, of course, great hiking trails—many near the downtown core and...
Kristen Berkeley started Amplify Outdoors in the summer of 2020 as response to the murder of George Floyd and being fed up with how Black people are treated and excluded. She wanted to promote outdoor culture while elevating and amplifying...
Seated on the Atlantic Ocean, the Maritime provinces exude a windswept beauty. From the Bay of Fundy to the Cape Breton Highlands, one of the best ways to explore Nova Scotia is on foot. Numerous trails line the ocean and...
This article was sponsored by The Wild | Life Surrounded by sky-high cedar trees, I follow my three children along a wooden pathway, strolling together in silence. Suddenly, my six-year-old daughter shouts, “Look! There’s one!” She's pointing to the...
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