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Must-do trips and activities to add to your long, long list In the fall issue of explore Magazine I wrote a sidebar to the Top 30 Under 30 article about some of the challenges that await the next generation of Canadian...
And the only Canadian finalist in the New 7 Wonders of Nature, an online competition decided by public votes The Bay of Fundy made the short list for the New 7 wonders of Nature, an online competition decided by public votes.
The world's best-known coastal hike is on Vancouver Island—the West Coast Trail. Yet it is not the only spectacular hike along the Pacific. Dozens of hikes, of all lengths, from short strolls to multi-day epics, can be found here and all...
Why do so many Aussies choose Canada as their dream destination? "Ozzie! Ozzie! Ozzie! Oy! Oy! Oy!" The chant filled the air at Moose's Down Under, an Australian-themed restaurant in downtown Vancouver. It was day two of the Winter Olympics. The...
A roundup of your favourite Canadian national parks In our 2010 Readers' Choice Survey, we asked you to pick your favourite national park overall. It's obvious that you love your parks from coast to coast to coast. You voted for...
What you chose as the best Canadian provincial parks Our Readers' Choice Survey also asked you to pick your favourite provincial parks. A number of parks across the country were particularly popular: P.E.I.'s Cabot Beach, Quebec's Mont-Tremblant, Ontario's Lake Superior...
Celebrate its 40th anniversary by visiting Mount Carleton Provincial Park This year marks the 75th anniversary of New Brunswick's provincial park system, and also the 40th anniversary of the creation of Mount Carleton Provincial Park. By far the largest of New...
This park has 150 km of multi-use trails, mountain scenery, clear lakes and much more People have been fighting to keep mining and logging out of B.C.'s South Chilcotin Mountains since the 1930s. In May, the war was finally won...
Don't believe what they tell you: Climbing Everest is no big deal In a measure of how popular the trip has become, it isn't even easy these days to keep track of how many people have stood on the garbage-strewn...
Where to hike, bike, camp, paddle and more Best guided tripsRide into a wild sunset Banff was originally explored on horseback and it's still a great way to see the park. Horses offer easy access into remote areas without the weight...
Thanks to White Squall, Georgian Bay's 30,000 Islands are now a well know sea-kayaking paradise Twenty-five years ago, when White Squall set up shop just north of Parry Sound, Ontario, Georgian Bay's 30,000 Islands were still pretty much an undiscovered sea-kayaking...
Labrador's Mealy Mountains will be Canada's next national park Locals call Labrador the Big Land, and Labrador's soon-to-be national park reserve in the Mealy Mountains will be just that—big. In fact, at nearly 11,000 square kilometres—twice the size of Banff—the...
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