Many Canadians think old-growth forests are protected from logging. Turns out, Indigenous people and a scrappy band of activists called the Rainforest Flying Squad are all that stands between Vancouver Island’s last old growth and logging companies.
You might think that British Columbia’s oldest forests are protected from commercial interests. You’re wrong.
British Columbia is in the midst of a major surge in coronavirus cases, forcing resorts to shutter early
For over a decade, TJ Watt has been shooting photos of disappearing forests in Canada's westernmost province. This striking before-and-after series may help protect what's left.
Skiers are claiming that there are issues with Pieps DSP backcountry safety devices
The North Pacific right whale has been spotted only a handful of times in 60 years. A marine biologist from Seattle wants to change that.
From Patagonia to South Africa to Yosemite, visit some of our favorite places on the planet in real time via these live webcams—and start dreaming of where you want to go when we can travel again
In 2017, big-mountain professional skier Tobin Seagal set off a large avalanche in the mountains of Pemberton, British Columbia
Cozy up with one and start planning your next family adventure
After 30 years, Ktunaxa First Nation, with help from the Canadian government and Patagonia, finally shut down the Jumbo Glacier ski-resort development
From unexpected snowstorms to below-freezing bathroom breaks, winter camping is a wild adventure. Some nights, you relish the hilarity of navigating tent poles with numb fingers. Other nights, you'd rather show up, sit back, and crack open a beer. If you're ready for the latter—a mix of chilly excursions and heated luxury—it's time to treat yourself at one of North America's best winter glamping sites. Here are our favorites.
After losing his bear spray, Colin Dowler was caught with nothing but a tiny Buck knife
'Highway of Tears' tells the story of the dozens of indigenous women and girls who have gone missing or been found murdered along Canada's Highway 16
Plus: where to stay, eat, and play outside along the way
Catch the great southerly migration with North America's top birding enthusiasts
From remote wilderness resorts to a ski-in, ski-out hotel, these properties care as much about environmental practices as they do guest amenities
'How to Be a Family' and 'Uncharted' give unvarnished views of family travel from two very different perspectives
Eight places to (safely) spy on bears—and other big game—in their natural habitat
Book a room and score perks, like a stargazing kit, bike-park access, or a hiking guidebook
Here's what it takes to get yourself on top of Denali, from Salt Lake City, without a single motor
'A Chilcotin Hogyssey' recaps what happens when Devinci Cycles lets mountain biker Kenny Smith run wild in the mountains of British Columbia
Ice climber Will Gadd visits Helmcken Falls in British Columbia to scale the 463-foot waterfall on some experimental gear
Is something sinister going on?
Skiers Christina Lustenberger and Dane Tudor search the headwaters of the Columbia river for some of the world’s most sought-after snow.
From day trips to five-month treks, hiking is more popular than ever. But as the old standbys become more congested each year, there’s a new crop of trails waiting to be explored. Here are ten of our favorites, plus fresh finds for bikers, paddlers, and equestrians.
As Wyoming prepares for the first grizzly hunt in the lower 48 in decades, at least two protesters won tags they say they won't use. Will their strategy work?
In Yeti Cycles new film Racing Winter the rider Shawn Neer pursues high alpine terrain near Golden, BC.
It’s time to get reacquainted with the PNW—home to massive mountains, lush rainforests, empty islands, and the greatest oysters you’ll ever taste
This November, the North Face and Sherpas Cinemas dropped an edit called Imagination, a film influenced by J.P. Auclair.
From Filmmaker Thomas Woodson and Outdoor Research, Bringing up Backcountry follows mountain guide Jessica Baker and professional skier Rachael Burks into the remote wilderness of Kimberley, British Columbia for a reflection on what it means to be a family in the backcountry.
From Tamarack Media Company, Colossal follows their annual overlanding trip. This year they were outside of Nelson, British Columbia, in the Kootenai Mountains to explore its infinite backcountry.
There's powder in the forecast from Florida to Vermont, but the southern Rockies continue to be snow starved as the worst season just about anyone can remember continues
Bring your skis and a good book, and prepare to settle in
It doesn't matter if you've ever raced before. Anyone who loves to mountain bike should take on this multiday adventure at least once.