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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.

Amazing adventures require proper planning!

If you wait until winter is in full swing to devise your cold-weather escape, well, it'll be too late.

So we're here to inspire you, with three incredible wintertime adventures in Canada—that we're sure you haven't done yet:

More than puppy videos and Tonight Show clips, YouTube has some amazing adventure offerings. Let's take a look at five of our current faves:

Canada's Arctic holds adventure beyond imagination. It's a bucket-list adventure to travel to this far north wonderland—and it's also easier than you think. Read on to discover the joys of Nunavut, Canada's largest and most northern territory.

Backcountry skiing is intimidating. But it is so rewarding. So today, we're looking at five places in Canada you can easily get into the slackcountry and the backcountry...  accessed from major resorts.

Know your snow, travel with safe gear and have fun!

You think you've hiked some long trails? We bet you've never hiked trails like these Great Eight before.

Lace up your boots and read on in disbelief:

Bear safety should always be on the mind of any Canadian backcountry hiker. But there’s no need to be scared of bears. You just need to be prepared.

Here are some tactics for dealing with bears in the bushes.