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Operation Unplugged takes eight self-identified tech addicts and throws them into challenge-based adventures across Canada for 30 days. In the wilderness with no Wifi, the deviceless participants must not only deal with being removed from their support networks, but also...
The Boreal Owl loves to prey on small animals such as lemmings, voles, mice and moles. When mice numbers are high, mating amongst these birds increases. The Boreal Owl tends to nest in old woodpecker cavities. Interestingly, in North...
The black bear usually lives in plush forest throughout North America. Known to be wanderers, some bears will travel more than 500 square miles throughout life.Black bears can be found in northern Canada and Alaska, down to parts of...
Found only in North America, the Bald Eagle is often associated with our friends south of the border. However, The Bald Eagle can be found throughout Canada, albeit in limited numbers. Bald Eagles prefer to feed on fish but they...
Our love-hate relationship with the bungee cord stretches back, way back Tired of the daily routine in Siberia, the ancestors of today’s First Nations take a long road trip, huffing across the land bridge that then connected Asia and North America.
The log cabin played a fundamental role in Canadian history. Fur traders leap-frogged their way across the continent from summer outpost to winter cabin, opening up the country along the way. That history may explain our national fascination with...
I recently attended a rare event: a memorial for someone who didn’t die in the mountains. This particular high-achieving friend died of alcoholism, but was his addiction really so different than my own devotion to mountain sports? He knew alcohol...
The scoop on our Olympic contenders In February 2011, Canada’s Alex Harvey and Devon Kershaw stunned the cross-country-ski world—and probably the entire country of Norway—when they narrowly defeated the heavily favoured Norwegians in their own backyard in the team- sprint event...
Cancel the dinner reservation downtown. Quit browsing Netflix's new releases. This February 14th, show your Valentine your fun, adventurous side by taking them on a date they'll remember. Here are our picks for the best outdoor dates. There's nothing like...
In this age of obscure “firsts”—first guy from Wawa to summit Everest walking backwards!—you could be excused for thinking all the great challenges have fallen. Think again. Here are some highlights from the to-do list for the next generation of...
In 2011, explore magazine celebrated its 30th anniversary by rounding up 30 bright up-and-comers. Read on to meet Canada’s best outdoor athletes, innovators, green leaders, volunteers and adventurers.51% of Canadians in their 20s 
live with their parents (28% of boomers...
A shot from one of the youngest—and best—outdoor photographers Deep Cove, B.C. // Age: 29 For this pic, taken in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, the groundbreaking outdoor photographer better known as “Harookz” used a studio strobe light to illuminate the fog.
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