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British Columbia is home to thousands of trails of varying degrees of difficulty. While the list of the best hikes is always going to be subective, I can guaruntee that if you check out these three classic and scenic British...
Craggy peaks stab out of windswept prairie grasslands; it’s home to the Canadian Rockies’ deepest lake; and the Prince of Wales Hotel, on the shores of Lake Waterton, is iconic Canadiana. Like Banff and Jasper, Waterton offers a multitude of...
Prince Albert National Park (Northern Saskatchewan) Length: 40 km Difficulty: Intermediate Grey Owl — a.k.a. Englishman Archibald Stansfeld Belaney — may be one of Canada’s strangest historical figures; however, his message of conservation, as our country’s first naturalist, still...
At more than 21,000-sq-km, and having virtually no development within beyond a scattering of backcountry campsites, Kluane National Park & Reserve is one of the world’s great nature preserves. As if Kluane itself isn’t massive enough, combined with parks in...
Nova Scotia’s Margaree-Lake Ainslie watershed, on Cape Breton Island, offers a multi-day canoe route that starts in the wilderness and ends in historic Acadian farmland. Try the Dumoine River, in north-western Quebec — start at Lac Dumoine for a seven-day wilderness...
There’s one basic rule in shoe and hiking boot buying: fit first. Find a shop with knowledgeable staff, bring the socks you wear hiking, your aftermarket insole (we recommend them for all footwear) and shop later in the day when...
If you don’t know what a snow-bike is then you probably live either south of the 49th parallel or in a city with a port. But, even half-brewed, my friend’s passion was real; some pieces of gear radically change the...
Are you looking for some awesome all-Canadian guided adventure this summer? Check out these three Bucket List experiences: Go glamping — glamorous camping — in the boreal forest north of Timmins, ON, with WildExodus. Tucked away in northern Ontario’s Arctic watershed...
Are you looking for more exciting adventure this summer? Read on to discover 3 more awesome adventures in Canada: Algonquin Provincial Park is Canada’s quintessential canoe destination — if you haven’t yet paddled this 7,000-sq-km central Ontario gem, Voyageur Quest outfitters...
Tackle the best outdoor adventures in Canada with a guided trip this summer. Here are three of the country's best guided summer getaways: Embark on a five-day horseback ride through Banff National Park’s Cascade Valley with renowned local ecologist and wolf...
Are you looking for some adventurous summer fun? Here are 3 awesome events and adventures for outdoors-people from coast-to-coast. Tackle them this summer, or plan for next: If you’re the type of person who requires real motivation to get running —...
Lessons learned in the mountains shouldn’t be kept to oneself. In this festival environment I could show pictures of falling icicles and people would be thrilled; in fact, I do show a video of a falling icicle and people react as...
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