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Beyond the lingering golden glow we’ve been treated to this fall, winter looms long and white. Although we try not to let the cold keep us from getting outdoors, the reality of having newborn twins has me thinking about...
As the first hints of the winter chill set in, snowbirds seeking refuge from the encroaching cold prepare to take flight. In search of sun-soaked havens, they flock to destinations where winter often comes with flowering trees—and heaps of...
Wilderness lodges in north-central Ontario provide great accommodations and tasty food to set you up for some amazing outdoor adventures. While you can enjoy most of these activities at each lodge, here are five different adventures you can enjoy, each...
On your next road trip, go beyond the iconic destinations of Banff and Jasper and have a closer look at some underrated, world-class destinations you might have bypassed before. I’m talking about Yoho and Kootenay National Parks and the...
As the train chugs west from Denver, Colorado to Moab, Utah, the resemblance to the drive into Kananaskis Country from my hometown of Okotoks, Alberta is striking. As we approach the Rocky Mountains, the sight of rolling foothills and rugged...
Characterized by picturesque shorelines, dense forests and tranquil waters, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario—located approximately 140 kilometres northeast of Toronto and 344 kilometres southwest of Ottawa—has long attracted outdoor adventurers. Blessed with over 250 serene lakes and meandering rivers that crisscross...
When you hang out on an island, you’re always surrounded by water. On Cape Breton, the waters surrounding you, as well as those you find inland, provide some great opportunities for outdoor adventure. Here are five ideas to help...
Grab your cameras and get hiking, adventurers! Explore Worldwide (despite the similar name, not affiliated with explore magazine) has released the results of their study on the top photographed trails, which examines over 500 popular walking locations around the...
Have you ever dreamt of gliding effortlessly across open water? Spotting seabirds, marine life and being one with the waves? Then you need to check out Steve and Doris Colgate's Offshore Sailing School. With a legacy of over 160,000...
Today is World Photography Day. To celebrate, we're sharing some amazing images by Canadian outdoor photographers. Each photographer selected their favourite photos shot with the camera that is always in their pocket on every hike, paddle, camping trip... their phone!
Located on the legendary Pacific Ring of Fire, British Columbia sits at the convergence of the Cascadia subduction zone. Measuring 1,000 kilometres in length, it stretches from Vancouver Island all the way down to northern California.
On August 16, 2003, a lightning strike in Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park sparked a wildfire that quickly gained infamy and seized national news headlines. Fuelled by wind and an enormous load of deadfall on the forest floor, the firestorm...
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