Hiking

You Killed A Bear

Taryn Eyton | Posted 08.12.2016 | Canada British Columbia
Taryn Eyton

Because of you, a bear was killed. You kept making a mess. You kept leaving your garbage on the ground and in the shelter. You kept cooking in your campsite. You kept storing food in your tent and in your backpack. And the bear still couldn't resist. It was hungry and alone. And it kept coming back.

Wild Mountain Meat Offers Less Guilt And Twice The Taste

Tamara Griffiths | Posted 07.29.2016 | Canada Living
Tamara Griffiths

We all know many reasons not to eat meat: because of cruelty to animals, particularly within the industrial farming production system, or human health...

Untold Stories Of Quebec City's Greatest Attractions

Posted 07.07.2016 | Canada Living

The untold stories of some of Quebec City's most impressive landmarks.

Pssst...5 Secret Attractions In Québec City

Posted 06.28.2016 | Canada Living

There’s the attractions everyone visits while in Québec City and then there’s these hidden gems

Québec City's Nature Excursions Will Blow Your Mind

Posted 06.23.2016 | Canada Living

Nothing is better than chasing waterfalls, traversing bridges or taking sunset strolls alongside wild animals in one of Quebec City's nature attractions.

California: One Big Outdoor Fitness Centre

Kathy Buckworth | Posted 05.25.2016 | Canada Travel
Kathy Buckworth

As someone who runs or works out six days a week, I was unnaturally concerned by what California had to offer me. How on earth was I going to get my gym fitness fix in a setting like this? I needn't have worried. I got active, in the most natural way.

Casual Summer Style That Goes From Hike To High Street

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 05.12.2016 | Canada Style
Sacha DeVoretz

I love the idea of having a wardrobe I can wear when I am enjoying the outdoors and also in the city. Living in Vancouver there are so many opportunities to enjoy nature. But after a hike, I may need to go to the store or the bank. How can you dress for a hike and for shopping in town afterwards?

Connecting With Nature Has Real Health Benefits

David Suzuki Foundation | Posted 04.29.2016 | Canada Living
David Suzuki Foundation

Microbes in the air and soils of natural environments can be unique. Microbial differences on the skin of those living in close proximity to more diverse vegetation may directly influence immune function throughout the body and may even influence mood.

7 Weird And Wonderful Experiences In The Azores

Lisa Jackson | Posted 02.26.2016 | Canada Travel
Lisa Jackson

Legend says that these nine lonely islands, 1300 km off the coast of Portugal, are leftovers from Atlantis. In reality, the archipelago was born out of volcanic activity, and first settled by Europeans starting in the 1400s. Since then, the Azores have flown under the radar for many travellers, partly due to their distance.

How To Shop For The Right Backpack

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 02.11.2016 | Canada Living
Sacha DeVoretz

From ski packs to hydration packs and everything in between, there are ways to figure out the exact type of backpack you'll need for any given situation. Let's find out what's right for you!

The Struggle Is Real, Until You Learn Acceptance

Sharon Stokes | Posted 01.22.2016 | Canada Living
Sharon Stokes

I recently went on a trip to Sedona, Arizona. My intention was to recharge, regroup and refocus. I had been going non-stop launching a new full-time career as an entrepreneur and I craved reconnecting with myself away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

7 Hikers Stranded Near Cypress Mountain

CP | The Canadian Press/HuffPost B.C. | Posted 01.10.2016 | Canada British Columbia

One person is in medical distress.

Check Into 8 Of The World's Greatest Hiking Hotels

Trivago.ca | Posted 11.11.2015 | Canada Travel
Trivago.ca

Red and yellow leaves blanket the ground and the air is crisp with the bite of fall, which means it's the perfect time to lace up your hiking boots and hit the trail! Trivago.ca has found the most spectacular hotels to set up camp.

I Took A 'Sound Bath' In The Middle Of A Desert

Heather Magee | Posted 11.10.2015 | Canada Travel
Heather Magee

Situated on top of a geometric vortex, the Integratron was built in the 1960s by aerospace engineer George Van Tassel who claimed the idea to build it was inspired by communications he had received from extra-terrestrial life. Its energy is said to be capable of cell rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel.

Why I'll Miss Laureen Harper

Valerie Pringle | Posted 10.23.2015 | Canada Living
Valerie Pringle

As the dust settles after the federal election, it has to be said that Laureen Harper was an extraordinary volunteer in her years at 24 Sussex Dr. She is a great asset, as all the organizations she helped to champion know well. A secret weapon, in fact.

Here's Where You Can Go for a Hike This Fall

The Nature Conservancy of Canada | Posted 09.29.2015 | Canada Living
The Nature Conservancy of Canada

If you haven't hiked before, you may be wondering where to start -- literally, as in where to start your hike. For the urbanites among us, hiking may seem like something that is done far, far away. But I think you'll be pleasantly surprised to hear how many trails you can find in the city.

Top Tips for a Great Day Hike!

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 08.22.2016 | Canada Living
Sacha DeVoretz

I love going on a day hike. Nothing is better than being out with friends enjoying nature and having a laugh. But from time to time, when I am on the trail I do see people who look distressed or uncomfortable. Day hikes are much more fun and enjoyable (and safe too!) when you have the top tips to make your outing great.

This Italian National Park Is Putting the Mountains on Your Plate

Tamara Griffiths | Posted 06.12.2016 | Canada Travel
Tamara Griffiths

Any mountain meal in Europe is likely comprised of some local ingredients. Taking it one step further, the Monti Sibillini National Park in Central Italy is offering a pure mountain taste. The project called "Menu of the Sibillini" has challenged restaurants in the park to create a dish whereby every single ingredient is from the park.

Take a Whimsical Hike in the Hollywood Hills

Heather Magee | Posted 05.08.2016 | Canada Travel
Heather Magee

The first thing I wanted to do on a recent trip to West Hollywood was to seek out the Wisdom Tree. It sounds like something you'd be more likely to stumble upon in San Francisco rather than L.A., but I was fascinated by the story that has transformed this lone tree into a budding tourist attraction.

A Baited Conibear Trap Near a Trail Killed My Dog George

Valerie Strain | Posted 04.22.2015 | Canada Living
Valerie Strain

The dogs were a bit ahead of us but within sight. Suddenly, George yelped and I knew he was in trouble. The dogs had been lured to a baited kill-trap and George's head was caught. He died a slow death while I struggled unsuccessfully to free him.

How to Find a Sports Bra That Fits Just Right

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 03.14.2015 | Canada Style
Sacha DeVoretz

I am a curvy woman and also very active. When I first started running in 1991, I quickly understood the need for proper support. Recently, I spoke with Olivia Leroux, Marketing and Sales Manager of Anita Canada. Olivia shared with me the top tips for women of all shapes, to find the best fitting athletic bra.

Here Is Your Inspiration To Keep Fit And Enjoy The Outdoors At Any Age!

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 02.07.2015 | Canada
Sacha DeVoretz

Sacha DeVoretz (author) and "Dundarave Dave" 70 years of age. In August 2013, Outside Magazine named the Grouse Grind one of the most dangerous hike...

Once-In-A-Lifetime Outdoor Family Adventures

Posted 07.07.2014 | Canada Travel

Fact: Everybody loves a good adventure story. It has suspense (Did I make the right choice?), intrigue, excitement, and — of course — adventure. R...

LOOK: Best Hikes Near Vancouver

The Huffington Post B.C. | Posted 05.31.2014 | Canada British Columbia

The weather is finally getting nice, which means it's time to maximize our beloved time outdoors! What better way to enjoy all that this beautiful ...

Heading Out to the Back Country? Make Sure to Bring This Safety Gear

Marissa Schroder | Posted 07.29.2014 | Canada Living
Marissa Schroder

Whether you're heading out on a multi-day canoe trip deep into the wilderness, or planning a day hike, having basic knowledge of wilderness safety, first aid and essential gear can be the difference between life and death should you get lost or injured. Here's a list of essential skills and tools needed for your next wilderness adventure.