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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Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 Trail Runner Review
Apr20

Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 Trail Runner Review

Bottom Line: The Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 is a light, cushy trail runner that can easily do double duty on roads as well as other hard packed surfaces. It feels like you are literally floating on the trails. Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 Observations: Recently I had the opportunity to test out the Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 on the trails around Southwest BC. The terrain here is mostly coastal rainforest, so it’s rocky,...

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Fjällräven Keb Pants Review
May27

Fjällräven Keb Pants Review

Bottom Line: A 4-season pair of pants that is versatile enough to be used in a variety of biomes from winter in the alpine to summer in the forest. Durable, yet comfortable. Aesthetic, yet functional. You really do get what you pay for with these pants. Observations: My first impression when I got my hands on these pants was that they are extremely burly. I noticed the word “G-1000” on one of the cargo pockets almost...

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Sunwolf Cabins Review
Jan10

Sunwolf Cabins Review

Bottom Line There are fewer things better than staying in a cozy cabin tucked away in the forest, somewhere you can disconnect and unplug from the outside world. We found this when we stayed at Sunwolf Cabins. Only a few minutes down the Squamish Valley Road, the Sunwolf cabins are nestled in the trees right along the banks of the Cheakamus River. Even with it’s close proximity to Squamish and Brackendale, as soon as you drive in you...

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The Wonderland Valley Resort and Campground
Oct15

The Wonderland Valley Resort and Campground

Bottom Line: The Wonderland Valley Resort and Campground is a hidden gem for staying overnight in Squamish. Situated in an amazing location in the trees, with moss covered cliffs beside it, a babbling brook running through it and a secret viewpoint to watch sunsets on the impressive Stawamus Chief and beyond. The amenities are generous with fast Wifi (tested at 50Mb/s download during our stay), laundry facilities onsite for washing...

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