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Philip Tavell goes airborne on the island of Kågen. (Photo: Bård Basberg)

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Ice fishing two ways in the Yukon

Whether you're a first-timer who wants the comfort of a heated cabin or an old pro who can brave the chill, the Yukon's ice-fishing scene is hard to beat

Five fascinating nature hot spots to explore in British Columbia

From crystal-clear tidal pools to expansive lava beds, these five spots showcase the incredible biological and geological diversity of Canada’s westernmost province

Three reasons to visit Hudson Yards on your next trip to NYC

New York City’s newest neighbourhood is a photogenic glimpse at the future of urban design

A journey through Ireland’s borderlands

A road trip along the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland reveals a land of myth and legend that somehow remains one of the island’s best-kept secrets

Five nature hot spots in Alberta (that aren’t the mountain parks)

Leave the Banff and Jasper crowds behind and check out these five spots that showcase a different side of Alberta’s natural beauty 

The gear that survived Canada’s deepest cave

Members of the Bisaro Plateau Caves Project review the MEC gear that accompanied them into Canada’s deepest cave near Fernie, B.C.

Hiking on Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern United States. (Photo: New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development)
The Great Trail Treasure Hunt

The Great Trail Treasure Hunt is an adventure that gets Canadians exploring the longest recreational trail in the world.

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Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

Newly-revamped “Iceberg Finder” makes it easy for visitors to find the best spots in Newfoundland for iceberg viewing 

Nine things to discover in the Thousand Islands

From outdoor adventure to world-class theatre, here are nine reasons to plan a getaway to the Thousand Islands

Five unique geothermal hot springs to visit in Iceland

From a five-star luxury spa atop a lava flow to a volcanic crater lake filled with mineral-rich blue water, here are the best ways to experience Iceland at its source

The floe edge, where land-fast ice meets the open Arctic Ocean in spring and summer. (Photo: Dave Briggs/Arctic Kingdom)