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Nearest Town: Paulatuk, NT Difficulty: Advanced Welcome to the frontier — 18,000-sq-km of utterly untouched wilderness accessed via 463-km charter flight from Inuvik, a town located at the end of the Dempster Highway just past 68 degrees north. So yeah, it’s “off-the-beaten-path.” Tuktut...
Spot a Moose Moose are most likely to be spotted in spring. Winter often leaves these mammals salt-depleted and they're attracted to roadside ditches where salty water collects from winter road maintenance. Moose also like to eat the roots on...
I was aware of it through news reports of the decades long conservation battle surrounding it, but didn’t really know it. A few years ago I decided it was time to rectify that oversight, having bypassed this landscape literally on...
More than 4,000 years ago, when Pre-Dorset nomads built the first kayaks by stretching animal skins over frames of bone and driftwood, a new way to explore Nunavut’s 45,000-km of coastline was born. Retrace these ancient travel routes on a...
Deh Cho Travel Connection The Deh Cho Travel Connection takes road-trippers on a subarctic forest tour, linking two provinces and the southern Northwest Territories. This scenic 1,800-km drive follows the Waterfalls Route, NWT Highway 1 from northern Alberta, and the Liard...
CanyoningDeep in Canada’s rugged landscapes, you can find people who love to rappel down waterfalls into the bowels of canyons. Still in its infancy here, canyoning (canyoneering) can include climbing, hiking and swimming or even ice climbing as part...
Length: 8.5 km Waterfall hunters with a half-day to spare should tackle the Lineham Falls trail, accessed via the Akamina Parkway trailhead, about 10 km from Waterton townsite. The route offers views of Mount Custer, Akamina Ridge, Mount Lineham and the...
I have gruesome X-rays to remind me of this; titanium rods pounded like The Last Spike through the length of both tibias, fixed with screws threaded through the bone above and below jagged fractures that look cartoonish, like something from...
There is a good reason for this — who wouldn’t want to get paid for having fun outdoors? If you’re going to climb a mountain or sail an ocean, wouldn’t it be nice to get the project funded and maybe...
The park protects a good portion of the southern Cariboo Mountains and spans over 5,250-sq-km, making it Canada's fourth largest park. It is open all year-round and each season comes with its own special activities. Here is a guide to...
The idea is to keep an area free of artificial lights to enhance the clarity of the stars, promoting astronomy and star gazing enjoyment. Canada has 17 Dark-Sky Preserves and many other parks that meet the requirements but haven’t officially adopted...
Canada is a wonderland of natural beauty with 44 spectacular national parks. Although most people head for the well-known areas first — like Banff, Pacific Rim, Georgian Bay or Fundy — this year try out one of these five less-frequented,
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