Jonathon ReedExplorer

  • Canoe to Georgian Bay in The Massasauga

    The Massasauga Provincial Park covers the islands and coastline south of Parry Sound, forming part of the globally significant Georgian Bay UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It preserves the unique landscape of eastern Georgian Bay; clear blue water, towe...

  • Snowshoe the Cormet de Roselend

    The Roselend mountain pass is known in the cycling world for being part of the Tour de France, but in the winter it is essentially deserted. There are a few old buildings, a small electrical station and you'll perhaps see some locals out for a ski...

    18.6 miles 2986 ft gain

  • Hike through Mount Fernie Provincial Park

    Fernie is a well-known destination for outdoor rec activities, from resort skiing to backcountry touring to hiking and mountain biking. Going for a short winter hike might seem like the least exciting thing you could do, but as a break from the re...

    2.5 miles 65.6 ft gain

  • Backpack to Dewey Point from Tunnel View

    Dewey Point lies on the western side of the Pohono Trail, across the valley from El Capitan and above Cathedral Rocks. When I was there in September, it was deserted but for a few birds drifting on the thermals above the cliffs. The sunset was stu...

    9.3 miles 2979 ft gain

  • Drive to Mjóifjör∂ur fjord

    Mjóifjörður translates to ‘narrow fjord,’ which is part of the reason that it might not currently be on your Iceland to-do list. The other reason might be that it has a single small village and rugged gravel road that’s only open for about four mo...

    12.4 miles 1640.4 ft gain

  • Experience the Spirit Garden at Boyd's Cove

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  • Climb Half Dome for Sunrise

    Half Dome is the jewel of one of the most stunning landscapes in the United Staes. Its rugged and timeless beauty attracts countless travellers, hikers, photographers and adventurers to the Sierra Nevada every year—hopefully including you.Because ...

    7 miles 2692 ft gain

  • Backpack to Cyprus Lake on the Bruce Peninsula

    The Bruce Trail is a 885 km hiking trail along the Niagara Escarpment in southern and central Ontario from Niagara Falls to Tobermory. Bruce Peninsula National Park is by far the most challenging and beautiful part of the trail. This is a perfect ...

    13 miles 230 ft gain