Explore Tuktoyaktuk and the Beaufort Sea

Tuktoyaktuk is an isolated hamlet on the east side of the Mackenzie Delta surrounded entirely by Arctic wilderness.

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Cycle the Dempster Highway to the Arctic

If you've looked at travelling in northern Canada at all, odds are you've heard of the Dempster.

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Bike the Sentinel Range

Between Fort Nelson in northeastern British Columbia and Watson Lake on the Yukon border lies the Sentinel Range, a series of stony mountain peaks cut with blue rivers and lined with boreal forest as.

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Bike the North Shore of the Saint Lawrence

Québec is known across Canada, if not North America, for its high quality Route Verte bicycle route.

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Camp at Neys Provincial Park

On the Ontario Parks website, Neys is described as one of the finest sand beaches on the north shore of Lake Superior, with Pic Island as it was immortalized by Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven, s.

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Hike Cape Breton's Skyline Trail

About 1,330 feet atop the French Mountain along Nova Scotia's Cabot Trail lies the Skyline Trail, a secluded and serene hiking trail which will lead you to jaw-dropping views of both the Cabot Trail .

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Photograph Old Woman Bay

This 3km pebble beach in Agawa Bay boast of a spectacular view and a good afternoon. Simply park your car and enjoy! Close in the area is a trail (if you wish to hike) to explore the area as well.  

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Explore Fogo Island

If you're travelling across Newfoundland, make sure you spend at least a little bit of time off the Trans-Canada Highway with a detour to the coast.

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Hike Vancouver Island's King's Peak

Our trip, as pictured, was completed as a single-day trail run / hustle.

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Explore the Hopewell Rocks

Hopewell Rocks (otherwise known as the flowerpot rocks) are in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick.

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Photograph the Isthmus of Avalon

Newfoundland is perhaps best known for its outport villages on the coast, but in between the communities lies a beautiful and rugged island geography.

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Bike from St. John's to Cape Spear

Whether you're an east-coast local, a cycle tourist starting out on a journey westward or a veteran cyclist finishing a trans-Canada ride, Cape Spear is a must.

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Hike the Kettle Valley Trail through the Othello Tunnels

This 5.5km loop family-friendly hike is highly accessible and an easy jaunt into the beautiful Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park.

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Beach Camp On Lake Powell's Lone Rock Beach

Just twelve miles north of Page, Arizona on Highway 89 across the Utah border, Lone Rock Beach is a great open beach where you can drive right up and make camp anywhere you like.

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Hike the Clifftop Trail in Bon Echo Provincial Park

Bon Echo is well-known for its deep, clear lake and the native pictographs that adorn the sheer cliff on the north shore.

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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.

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Hike and Shoot Delicate Arch

I headed out to the trailhead because I really wanted to shoot the super moon with the Delicate Arch. It was absolutely fantastic, especially during such a full moon.

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Hike along the Athabasca Glacier

This is not an advertisement for the guided tour, but you will see so much more of the glacier than if you do a bus tour or just visit the roped off visitor area.

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Hike To Niagara Gorge Whirlpools

There are many different hiking trails in the Niagara Falls area, one of the favorites and most challenging being Devils Hole and Whirlpool Trail.

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Photograph Niagara Falls

Located on the Niagara River, which is the border of Canada and the USA, it dumps water from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario.

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Camp at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

We drove into Marie Louise Lake Campground in the afternoon of the off season and found the campground office closed.

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Hike the Dundas Escarpment

Starting at Webster's Falls, this hike continues down the trail to Tews Falls and then leads to the Dundas Peak, with panoramic views of the surrounding towns, Dundas & Hamilton.

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Hike the Bisse du Ro to Lac de Tseuzier

The trail along the Bisse du Ro has its origins in the 15th-century Swiss villagers who painstakingly carved water canals out of the mountainsides in order to irrigate the farmlands of the Valais.

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Hike Mont Royal

Starting at McGill University's campus, you will hike uphill, stopping at multiple lookouts along the way.

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