The Perfect Stew for after an Adventure

First make the walnut parm. Pulse 1 cup of walnuts, lemon zest, small pinch of salt, and 2 tablespoons of nutritional yeast in a food processor – until it forms a crumble. Chop the onion, leek and carrots to be a similar size – so that they cook at the... read more

Top 10 Winter Activities For Students

So, it’s the end of February. We get it, you’re tired. By this point assignments are piling up, group projects are getting you down, and the thought of your next deadline is looming over your head. The stress is very real, and you’ve probably become very aware... read more

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

5 books that will make you crave adventure

If you’re looking to experience adventure year-round, let these five books take you away. Into Thin Air – Jon Krakauer With the help of this epic account of the May 1996 disaster on Mt. Everest, you can make the trek in your mind from the safety of your home.... read more

The Weekday Warrior: How I Traded my Life for Adventure

I have always appreciated spending time in nature. I’ve enjoyed hiking for as long as I can remember. But it was not until a few years ago that spending as much time as possible outdoors, at the tops of mountains, became my ultimate priority. It started... read more

What to Pack: Fall Hiking Guide

Days are getting shorter, and there are fewer people on the trail, which is exactly why the mountains are calling and you should answer them. So how do you prepare yourself for the quickly impending nightfall and the risks that come with the wild country we live in?... read more

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