Carrying your own portable boat is officially the coolest way to go deep into the wilderness
A glorious and ill-considered expedition to retrace the nearly 300-mile sufferfest endured by colonial badass (and not yet turncoat) Benedict Arnold and his 1,100 brave, starving men. Their aim: to take Quebec City from the British. Ours: to survive.
The Whitewater Grand Prix is paddling's most insane event, a scrappy, alcohol-soaked gauntlet that sends competitors down some of the most fearsome rapids in the world. It's so dangerous and spectator-unfriendly that many sponsors won't go anywhere near it. But it might be exactly what the struggling sport needs.
Lift tickets for $20, hot dogs for $1.50, and no snow-making machines. Quebec’s Mont Chilly is one you don't want to miss.
The Whitewater Grand Prix aims to showcase the most outrageous paddling on some seriously unfriendly rivers.
Bike-touring Quebec’s cliff-lined Atlantic coast
From paddling to biking to hiking, here are the top spots from Nova Scotia to the Northwest Territories
What qualifies an adventure lodge as one of the world's best? Hot tubs and high thread counts, sure. But what sets these ten launchpads apart is access—to remote trails, steep runs, and lonely peaks.
I planning a weeklong hut-to-hut ski trip in the Gaspe this winter. Food and heavier gear will be transported by sled but a day pack with essentials must still be carried, of course. Any suggestions for pack and gear? Tim Toronto, Ontario
Traveling to Canada no longer comes with a discount, but our neighbor still has eight times as much wilderness as we do
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