Winter Activities at Kootenay National Park

Looking for an awesome way to use your Parks Canada 2017 Discovery Pass this winter? Why not head over to Kootenay National Park. Located under an hour away from Canmore, Kootenay National Park offers a wide array of winter activities that the whole family can enjoy.... read more

5 Undeniably Canadian Winter Adventures

Don’t hibernate your way through another winter; embrace it. Canada is one of the best countries in the world to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors, no matter what season – they don’t call it the GREAT white north for nothing!

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5 Ways to Make the Most of your 2017 Discovery Pass

Last month we wrote a post about Parks Canada’s much anticipated 2017 Discovery Pass. This pass grants free access throughout 2017 to all National Parks, historic sites (managed by Parks Canada), and marine conservations. If you have not ordered one yet, you can... read more

5 Family-Friendly Winter Trails in British Columbia

People come from all across the world to experience a West Coast winter – and can you blame them? BC is home to over 850 stunning provincial hikes and nonstop access to winter sports and activities – ideal for any nature lover or thrill seeker. As dedicated BC-outdoor... read more

Cabin Fever: British Columbia

It’s okay. We know you have a sense of adventure; we believe you. But we don’t blame you for preferring to stay in a hut over a tent at night. After a long day on the trail or on skis, nothing beats a cabin. We’ve put together a list of a few of the... read more

Top 5 Spots To See Fall Colours In Montreal

What better time of year to explore the outdoors than the fall season. The air is cool and crisp and the trees are transforming into a canopy of colour. Nature is calling you! So grab your camera and jacket and check out these top 5 spots to witness the stunning fall... read more

Escape your Campus: UBC Edition

School is back in session. You’re sitting in class, staring at the clock, day-dreaming of summer adventures. Stop day-dreaming, we have good news: being back in class doesn’t mean you have to stop exploring! Here are four different ways that you can escape... read more

5 Reasons Why Vancouver Island has the Best Sunrises

Sunrise has always been my favourite time of day. And luckily for me, Vancouver Island provides some amazing spots to witness the sun come up each morning! Here’s why I think you should set your alarm extra early tomorrow: 1. Best part of climbing mountains is... read more

Big Choss – Alberta Bouldering: A Beginner’s Guide

Approximately 45 minutes west of Calgary and 20 minutes east of Canmore lies one of my favorite Alberta bouldering areas – Big Choss. A large limestone boulder field nestled at the base of Mt. Yamnuska, in the Bow Valley. As you may guess from its name, Big... read more

Long Weekend Adventures for Torontonians

Hello fellow weekend warriors! Long weekend season is upon us and I’m ready to whip out my roadtrip attire, camping gear, and beach-stuff. If you’re anything like me and sweaty fist pumping at the local EDM festival and jägerbombs doesn’t wet your whistle... read more

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