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Sponsored by the City of Thunder Bay Northwestern Ontario’s rich mining history is carved deep into the hard rock at Amethyst Mine Panorama, North America’s largest amethyst deposit. The authentic site is only a few minutes’ drive from the Trans-Canada Highway...
Sponsored by Le Québec maritime The Saguenay Fjord has earned its ranking as one of the continent’s preeminent sea kayaking destinations. The sheer scale of the geography is impressive, and makes even more of an impact when viewed from the waterline...
Sponsored by Le Québec maritime As if being a member of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club wasn’t enough, Tadoussac Bay is also teeming with whales. To complement a day spent watching these magnificent mammals, a visit to the...
Sponsored by Le Québec maritime Like tottering sand castles that are taking eons to fall into the sea, the sculpted limestone monoliths of the Mingan Archipelago blend shapes and colours to create a unique landscape. Sprawling over 100 square kilometres of...
Sponsored by Ontario Tourism The most intriguing animal of the boreal forest is on display in the Haliburton Highlands. The resident wolf pack roams its huge enclosure until feeding time, when it congregates just on the other side of a glass...
Sponsored by Ontario Tourism Settle in to enjoy the aerial view from the floatplane during the half-hour flight into Woodland Caribou Provincial Park. The canoe strapped to the pontoon struts will be your means of more intimate exploration for the next...
Sponsored by Ontario Tourism The historic Missinaibi has earned its place on the to-do lists of paddlers everywhere. As a fast-flowing river that stretches from near Lake Superior to James Bay, it has the length, remoteness and exciting rapids wilderness trippers...
Beginner-friendly places to test out your whitewater paddling skills These falls go from a ripple to a monster as the tide drops. Time your paddle to match your skill and you have the world’s most versatile play spot. For more...
These Canadian lodges really deliver on their promises to be green Location: Northern Saskatchewan, 150 kms north of Lac La RongeSize: Up to 12 guestsActivities: Hiking, canoeing, swimming Why it’s eco: Solar panels supply most of the power and the lodge...
From the beginner routes he takes with his family to the more advanced routes he paddles with more experienced partners, Kevin has seen it all. Here is what Kevin likes—and doesn’t like—about 13 of his favourite Ontario paddling routes. (Find out...
Views from the best mountain biking trails in Whitehorse More info: 24 Hours of LightAll of the following pictures are provided by Boreale Biking, who run a number of mountain and city biking trips and clinics, as well as other outdoor...
Be part of the latest rush on Whitehorse's biking trails Getting there: Visit Travel Yukon for information on how to reach Whitehorse by road or air. Both Air North and Air Canada have daily flights to Whitehorse. Air North only charges...
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