Category Archive: Outdoors

Dec 20

Red Rock Canyon & Tamarack Trail Backpacking in Waterton Lakes National Park

Located in south western Alberta, Waterton Lakes National Park has been part of the world’s first International Peace Park since 1932. In 1995 this area was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and is where the prairies meet the mountains. Historically this area was a bison hunting ground for aboriginal people and the oldest campsite, …

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Dec 20

Riding Mountain National Park Journey to the centre of North America

Take a journey to the center of North America, geographically speaking that is. Established in 1929, Riding Mountain National Park (RMNP) is located in the southwestern part of Manitoba and is surrounded by farmland. There are several environmental regions contained within the park; the Manitoba Escarpment, the Northern Boreal Forest; Southern Boreal Plains; Western Highlands …

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Dec 20

Moose Mountain Provincial Park Car camping in Saskatchewan

It is the time of year when families start to get ready for their summer vacations. Perhaps Dad is looking forward to a week on the golf course perfecting his swing or the kids want the thrill of zipping down an eight storey waterslide or Mom wants to go horseback riding or gather her thoughts …

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Dec 20

Mountain Biking the Cabot Trail A cycling adventure in Cape Breton

An exciting place for a multi-day cycling adventure is the Cabot Trail in the Cape Breton Highlands. This trail spans 298 kilometers or 185 miles and is a mountain biker’s paradise. The Cabot Trail leads you to astounding views and varied ecosystems including valleys, canyons, bogs, and barrens. There are descents that will make your …

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Dec 20

What is there to see and do in Bermuda

With its pink sands and golden sunsets, Bermuda is one of the world’s truly undiscovered treasures. What’s more, this island paradise, which is only 21 miles long and lies in the middle of the north Atlantic, will play host to the 35th America’s Cup next summer after seeing off stiff competition from New York and San …

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Dec 20

18 Best Cities in America for Solo Travelers

There are plenty of reasons to take a solo trip: not only do you get to know the destination better with no distractions, but traveling alone often leads to personal growth. You’ll learn about what you like, how you see and relate to the world, and the beauty of being on your own. And though …

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