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While leggings are figure-flattering, move with your body and offer unparalleled comfort, a well-crafted pair of hiking pants provide reinforced protection and resiliency to changing climates. So, which should you wear to go hiking? While the answer to this ongoing debate...
Nature is a universal tonic, with studies reporting al fresco benefits including decreased tension, anxiety and depression. Doctors can now prescribe two hours of outdoor time a week to patients experiencing a variety of health conditions, including mental health concerns. A...
In honour of International Women's Day and the 2022 theme, Break the Bias, Indigenous Tourism BC is highlighting the work of six remarkable women who have been challenging stereotypes, preserving their heritage and creating new economic opportunities for communities.
"Life is essentially frightening. The greatest gift anyone can have is an insatiable curiosity. That is what flings you on through life, so your life becomes a trajectory. Without curiosity people can lose years in a pathetic situation because...
One by one our hiking party of six had atrophied to one: Me. I was the last man standing. At 68, I recognize time waits for no one. Yes, the Great Divide Trail (GDT) would still be there next year,
Compiling the 50 Best Hikes in the World was a monumental task—perhaps even a futile one, as for every hike, trek and walk we included, we left 100 off. (And more.) But a Bucket List has to start somewhere. From the...
Quikcord is a paracord organizer and dispenser that allows users to access up to 7.5 metres of tangle-free paracord at a moment’s notice. Its lightweight yet durable shell also comes equipped with a built-in blade and an emergency nighttime signal...
Known for non-fiction works like River of Fire, The Cabin and Grey Owl and Me, Hap Wilson’s latest—Out of Abaddon—is a fictional account of a dystopian near-future where a solar anomaly shuts down the world’s infrastructure and sends humanity into...
I remember my oldest son, Tynan’s, first hike on his own two legs. He was two years old and forced to walk because his new baby brother was now in my child carrier. Imagine my complete surprise and elation when...
So, you did it! You made the decision to pack up all your belongings into a single bag—or three, depending on how much junk you have—and move to Whistler. Well, strap yourself in because it’s not all as it seems. Having...
For Canadians who face hurdles to getting outside, elimination of the barriers continues to be a focus for Alberta Parks. Push to Open Nature, a program launched over 10 years ago, was created to ensure every Albertan has access to...
Winter hikes with a baby are dominated by two thoughts. One, is he too cold? Two, poop. While the kiddo was still snug in my belly, safely hidden from the elements and constantly fed and cleaned, it was easy to assume that our...
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