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For the millions of Canadian residents who live in busy, bustling urban centres, finding moments of stillness to connect to nature can be essential for our mental health. Luckily for us, many of our cities are brimming with municipal, provincial...
As one of the fastest growing forms of tourism in Canada, Indigenous tourism often offers the kind of powerful emotional connection and authenticity travellers crave. More than opportunities to explore the landscape or learn about plants and animals, modern Indigenous...
Everyone deserves to feel safe, comfortable and respected in the outdoors. Unfortunately, women are constantly on guard for potential threats. We're often cautioned with tips about how to stay safe while travelling and adventuring—or actively discouraged from going at all. Too...
We know our kids need nature, and these books make that even clearer. From inspiring parenting stories to hiking guides and science-backed studies on nature play, these books will encourage you to embrace the elements with your kids. Swedish journalist...
With its rare yellow larch trees and abundance of apple orchards, autumn is arguably the best month to explore your backyard in Seattle. Whether you want a secluded overnight adventure or a nostalgic day trip, here are 10 ways to...
Considered by many travellers to be the home of Canada’s greatest wild river, Nahanni National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories brings a whole new meaning to the term “untouched wilderness.” The park is vast, pristine and jaw-droppingly gorgeous. Serpentine aquamarine...
In Portland, you don’t have to travel far from the city to experience the best of fall. Whether you want convenience, coastal views or an escape from the crowds, these ten hikes near PDX make it easy to enjoy the...
The following is an excerpt from ‘Pedal Pushers Coast-to-Coast’ by Marianne Worth Rudd I thought I had Terry figured out. I thought our bike trip was about getting somewhere. Was I ever mistaken. I spent years imaging this trip, but I failed...
By Zack Metcalfe The straps of a 70-litre pack can be especially cruel, punishing the wearer for every article of clothing, every scrap of food and every gulp of water deemed essential for three days of mountainous adoration. Add...
I’ve been doing quite a few Whisky Fireside Chats on Zoom during the pandemic, but none have left me more speechless than my interview with Colin Skeath. In 2017, he and his nephew, Davis Gould-Duff, were the first to paddle...
Female voices are underrepresented in the typically male-dominated outdoor adventure world. We want to change that narrative. Hiking, camping and canoeing are some of my favourite activities; however, I rarely do them alone. When trekking through the forest, I’m...
You’re standing at the base of Mount Hallasan. You’re carrying a water bottle, a granola bar and your DSLR camera. You know you should’ve left the heavy Canon in your apartment back in Seoul, but you wanted to document this...
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