Icebreaker Affinity Thermo LS Half Zip Review
Jan05

Icebreaker Affinity Thermo LS Half Zip Review

Bottom Line: The Icebreaker Affinity Thermo LS Half Zip is a lightweight, technical merino wool blend base layer for snowy days in the back country. Lightweight with stylish textured patterning, it’s versatile enough to wear ski touring or with a pair of jeans around town. Icebreaker Affinity Thermo LS Zip Neck Observations: The sign of a good piece of outdoor clothing for me, or any item of clothing for that matter, is if when I am...

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Thunderbird Real Food Bars Review
Dec24

Thunderbird Real Food Bars Review

Bottom Line: Thunderbird Real Food Bars contain 100% natural, real, simple food ingredients you can pronounce and 0% additives. Certified organic, gluten-free, vegan, non-GMO with no added sugar, dairy or soy, you can be sure that every bar is crammed full of deliciousness. They leave all of the unnecessary ingredients out to maximize on getting all of the nutrients in. Observations: There are 10 flavours to choose from and they come...

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Arc’teryx Acrux AR Boot Review
Dec08

Arc’teryx Acrux AR Boot Review

Bottom Line: Among the line up of mountaineering boots on the market the Arc’teryx Acrux AR Mountaineering boot is a solid contender and in many respects comes out on top as first choice. Acrux AR Boot Observations: The first thing you will notice is the sleek, low profile design. All black with a flash of red on the toe and zipper pull tab, the boots are classic Arc’teryx with clean lines, no fuss and attention paid to the smallest...

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My Experience at the SheJumps Alpine Finishing School
Sep05

My Experience at the SheJumps Alpine Finishing School

The long, cold, beautiful winter of 2016/17 was coming to a close. It was early April and I was in the process of putting my skis away for the season, when I got the invitation to join a group of ladies at the all women’s SheJumps Alpine Finishing School sponsored by Arc’teryx. This would entail one full week at the fly-in Selkirk Lodge, fully catered meals and the privilege of learning advanced alpine skills from some of the...

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A Day on the Hudson’s Bay Grand Portage – Connecting Canada Through Adventure
Jul12

A Day on the Hudson’s Bay Grand Portage – Connecting Canada Through Adventure

Have you heard about The Great Trail? There is a chance that you may have hiked sections of it before, perhaps you know it as the Trans Canada Trail. It’s 22,000 km (13,670 mi) of trail that crosses all 13 provinces and territories, through urban, rural and wilderness landscapes, and follows green-ways, waterways and roadways. What began in 1992 as a big dream of a few Canadians is now coming to life. The Grand Portage Needless to say...

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