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From coast-to-coast-to-coast, it seems this country has it all. Whether you're most at home gliding through the water with a paddle in your hand or hanging off the side of one of the west coast's highest summits, Canada can provide...
Ontario’s quintessential wilderness park was created more than 100 years ago and has since provided inspiration for renowned conservationists such as Aldo Leopold, Eric Morse, Sigurd Olson and Bill Mason. Quetico has it all— big-time waterfalls, stands of old-growth pine...
There’s no denying that Cape Breton’s Cabot Trail—probably Canada’s best-known bike tour—is a classic East Coast ride. But the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec is, well, even more classic. The two routes share many attributes: stunning seaside scenery, a distinct culture...
Here are some of the top activities for you to try on your visit to our biggest Rocky Mountain park:Mountain biking: The town of Jasper has tons of mountain-biking trails, ranging in difficulty from flat and gentle to not-at-all-flat and...
Seventy years after it was built and abandoned, the 63-kilometre Monkman Pass Trail was reopened in 2009. The route, which runs through the northern Rockies and Monkman Provincial Park near Tumbler Ridge, B.C., was originally blazed and cleared by Alex...
In 1910, it took Price Ellison almost two weeks of paddling, portaging, bushwhacking and clawing to reach the summit of Crown Mountain. But the view was worth it, and it convinced Ellison, then B.C.’s minister of lands, that the high...
Southern Ontario doesn’t get the credit it deserves as a hotbed of outdoor activity. Not only does it cozy up to three Great Lakes, it’s riddled with rivers and home to one of the country’s most expansive hiking networks—the mighty...
There’s a reason why so many outdoor fanatics call Calgary home. Lying within easy striking distance of the Rockies, it’s the perfect base camp for outdoor adventure. In less than an hour’s drive, you can be ticking off a stellar...
Whether you work and play in a city or are just visiting for a weekend, it can be tough to find time to enjoy the outdoors. But don't let that deter you—you don't always have to travel for several hours...
There’s no need to drive all the way to Whistler or even as far as Squamish. Greater Vancouver’s got everything you want—climbing, hiking, paddling and wildlife—all within the city limits. The convergence of the Pacific Ocean, the Coast Mountains and...
A promotional series We've partnered with Ontario Tourism, Québec Maritime, and the City of Thunder Bay to help you plan your summer travelling. Learn a bit more about these adventure-rich regions: Wildlife, whitewater and warm sunsets that last late into boreal evenings...
Sponsored by the City of Thunder Bay With the world’s largest freshwater lake at the foot of the city, it doesn’t take much effort to get out on the water. Haul in the anchor, trim the sails and feel the power...
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