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New Classics: 5 Winter ActivitiesFill your winter calendar this year — right across Canada, new and exciting winter adventures await, from walking with wolves to skiing with dogs and more: Read More > Your Guide to Winter Surfing in CanadaAre you...
This area began development in 2008 and was created solely as a backcountry getaway for anyone who loves to engage in winter activities. Brian Hall, a long time Smithers local, envisioned an area that was fairly close to town and...
Silver King Basin is home to the Joe L'Lorsa Cabin. This gorgeous log cabin can be reached via the Silver King Basin Trail, which is an extension of Driftwood Road, an old mining road. In the winter, Driftwood Road is...
The antithesis of cat-skiing in more than just wordplay, Revelstoke Dogsled Adventures, in BC’s Kootenays, is (unofficially) the world’s first “dog-skiing” operation. Landing somewhere between the hard-work-is-its-own-reward experience of alpine touring and the convenience and quick travel of snowcatting...
Fill your winter calendar this year — right across Canada, new and exciting winter adventures await: The grey wolf is Canada’s most beautiful wild animal; we can debate second place, but wolves take the blue ribbon. In Golden, BC, Northern Lights...
While sliding into a damp wetsuit on a cold winter morning — desperately trying to warm one's numb feet or half-frozen fingers — isn't all that enjoyable, once you get out on the water it all begins to make sense. There...
Are you looking for something new to do this winter? Check out these awesome, all-Canadian outdoor adventures: Heli- and cat-ski operations in BC’s Kootenay, Monashee and Cariboo mountains, as well as near Whistler and in the Rockies, tend to hog much...
Head into one of Atlantic Canada’s largest parks this winter and explore a snowy adventure wonderland. Cross-country skiing is one of the big draws to the park during winter. There are more than 50 km of groomed trails, most well-tracked for...
The Bronte Coronation and Battery Park Trail can be reached by public transit and provides designated rest areas throughout. The route runs along a flat trail and offers a smooth, scenic walk in the woods. You may be puffing a...
Vancouver is very neatly nestled within some of the most beautiful wilderness. Once the snow falls, local cross country skiers head out in droves to enjoy the many great trails within the area. Here are four great cross-country ski trails...
Le Massif is home to the highest vertical of any resort east of the Rockies — and also a massive off-trail powder playground. Chase a storm onto Le Massif, located about 75 km from Quebec City, and use their designated...
The best known and the best quality of the eastern backcountry, these snowy peaks on the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec boast varied terrain — including alpine bowls and chutes — and stellar views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The...
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