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Bear safety should always be on the mind of any backcountry hiker.

There’s no need to be scared of bears, but you should be prepared.

Every year, more than a half-million Canadians visit the American Southwest.

Golfers, spa enthusiasts and RV cruisers who revel in the region’s  dry and temperate winter climate—the city of Mesa, Arizona, sees them all.

Do you use Twitter? Did you know that the social network better known for political rants and celebrity gossip is also an outdoor adventure hotspot?

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Walk into any outdoor store and you'll be buried in an avalanche of gear. It all looks so good. But what's it all for? Why do YOU need it?

And what separates the must-haves from the looks-good-on-the-shelves?

Is it a rainy or snowy winter day where you are? Are you a bit too busy to get outside?

Maybe you have no excuses—you just need the right inspiration.

Some people hibernate all winter. But not you. You know this season is rife with adventure.

Fill your winter calendar this year—right across Canada, new and exciting winter experiences await:

If you’re looking for a surfing adventure, check out these three choice picks:

Modern water purification tablets have come a long way since those awful iodine tablets, and filters work well too — but what if you are all out of tablets, you don't have a filter and you need safe water?

You boil it. Here's how to do it right: 

You're going to love these six destinations. They're exciting. They're wild. they cater to active-living, adventurous people. Most of all, you're going to love them because they're off-radar.

Because we skipped the tourism zones and found six destinations you have to see to believe.

(Have you seen part 1?)

You're going to love these six destinations. They're exciting. They're wild. They cater to active-living, adventurous people. Most of all, you're going to love them because they're off-radar.

Because we skipped the tourism zones and found six destinations you have to see to believe.