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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Island Lake Lodge Review
Feb14

Island Lake Lodge Review

Bottom Line: Close your eyes and think about the perfect mountain cabin setting. You might be picturing something like this: sitting on the balcony of a log cabin looking out over a beautiful alpine lake with a vast mountain range within hiking distance, the jagged peaks piercing the cobalt blue sky above. If this is similar to what you just had in your mind, you just pictured Island Lake Lodge. At Island Lake you can enjoy everything...

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Mountain Hardwear OpticVue 2.5 Tent Review
Oct19

Mountain Hardwear OpticVue 2.5 Tent Review

Bottom Line: A spacious and feature rich 2 person, 3 season tent. The OpticVue 2.5 has a really interesting design that allows for 180 degree views. A bit heavy for backpacking, but still manageable. Perfect for car camping or kayak/canoe trips! Observations: I got to use this on a number of multi-day trips, mainly a week long sea kayaking adventure as well as several road-trips. I’ve come to love this tent so much that it is...

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The Conrad Kain Hut in the Bugaboos
Nov23

The Conrad Kain Hut in the Bugaboos

Bottom Line:  A modern and comfortable cabin in the wild and rugged Bugaboos of the Purcell Mountains. Amenities include running water, stoves, electric lighting, heating and wall outlets. None of those conveniences can compare though with the views of rock spires and rumbling glaciers that surround this Hut. They simply need to be seen to be believed. You will be amazed that you can stay in this place for only CA$25 per night!...

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Nemo Kunai 2P Mountaineering Tent Review
Nov16

Nemo Kunai 2P Mountaineering Tent Review

Bottom Line: A versatile, innovative and aesthethic tent that is light weight while still holding onto all the features you’d expect in a true 2-person, 4 season tent that will see you through the heat of Summer into the depths of a snowy Winter. First Impressions and Observations: As soon as I held the Nemo Kunai 2P tent in my hands my first thought was: “Yes! A tent that finally comes in a truly usable stuff sack”....

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