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1. Few, if any, people. It is a certainty that the cold weather and the thought of sleeping overnight in below zero temperatures with only a tent protecting you from the elements discourages many people from camping in the winter months. There is nothing better than exploring the outdoors without seeing another person. The silence is bliss. 2. Choice of campsites. So many provincial and national campsites require reservations FAR in advance… Read More

I recently traveled to British Columbia to canoe the 116 km circuit (lakes and portaging) in Bowron Lake Provincial Park. The park is a large wilderness area situated on the western slopes of the Cariboo Mountain Range. I could not help but take a deep breath in as I noticed the amazing smell of the outdoors when first stepping off the plane in Prince George. But this was even more true everywhere… Read More

Some raw footage from a few recent trips. You can check it out here! Song by Lord Huron, Ends of the Earth Oh, there’s a river that winds on forever I’m gonna see where it leads Oh, there’s a mountain that no man has mounted I’m gonna stand on the peak Out there’s a land that time don’t command Wanna be the first to arrive No time for ponderin’ why I’m-a wanderin’… Read More