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Ice climbing at Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park

Ice Climbing in Alberta – Where to Go

Have you ever thought about ice climbing in Alberta? I'd never given it any serious thought, until I was asked, I could even say coerced into saying yes, I'd give it a go. From what I'd seen of ice climbing in Alberta - both in Maligne Canyon and Johnston Canyon, it looked scary and quite frankly cold and unappealing. But once you've said yes to something, you change your tune and your thinking. If I…

Reflection on Grizzly Lake

Best Adventures in Canada for Outdoor Addicts

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Canada is an exceptional country for outdoor addicts. Bordered by three oceans and home to several mountain ranges, as well as thousands of lakes, and hundreds of rivers, the trick is narrowing down the geographic area you want to explore. Detailed below are 5 of the best adventures in Canada. While I have done literally hundreds of adventures in the country I always have a hard time picking…

On the way over to Cumberland Island

Kayaking to Cumberland Island, Georgia

Kayaking to Cumberland Island, one of Georgia's outer islands, is a great adventure and destination for a day. The island is home to gorgeous white sand beaches, seashells galore, mossy covered trees and even wild horses. While most people take the ferry over, half the adventure of going to Cumberland Island is getting there. Kayaking to Cumberland Island is definitely a fun way to get there. Note that there is one four star resort on…

A windy morning on the second day of the Michipicoten Island circumnavigation

Kayaking Around Michipicoten Island in Lake Superior

One summer our party of five including our guide, Ginny, from Naturally Superior Adventures, completed a 70 kim kayaking trip around Michipicoten Island in Lake Superior. Mother Nature cooperated and supplied more sunshine than fog, little in the way of rain and enough wind to keep the majority of biting insects at bay - but not so much to keep us landlocked on shore. The Michipicoten Island circumnavigation was a great success - no boats…

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