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Canada’s backcountry by air

A new ride shimmies over British Columbia’s jaw-dropping wilderness, giving nature lovers access to terrain usually reserved for steely rock climbers and tough backcountry hikers.
Read more… 20 May 2014


Canada’s wild frontier: Where glaciers and rainforests meet

Both a Canadian national park and a Unesco World Heritage Site, Kluane National Park is one of the most beautiful and isolated places on Earth.
Read more… 26 February 2014


Journey to Canada’s secret sunshine coast

Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the British Columbia paradise is where old growth forests collide with sandy beaches and razor-tipped mountains meet the wild Pacific waters.
Read more… 01 September 2013


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Five deep dark places for stargazing this summer

Get out of the city and visit one of the world’s Dark Sky Reserves, where a total lack of light pollution ensures a spectacular nightly show.
Read more… 24 June 2013


North America by cable and bridge

Created by soldiers who needed to move quickly through the Dolomites, the sport of via ferrata provides access to gorgeous, isolated routes without the risk of unprotected climbing.
Read more… 13 June 2013


Ten North American gardens worth travelling for

From Montreal to Mexico, discover the splendour of the continent’s best public gardens, as profiled in the third annual Garden Tourism awards.
17 May 2013


Back-country skiing in Canada’s Jasper National Park

Canada’s sixth oldest national park has a different flavour during winter, when rugged terrain and frigid weather conspire to make it the domain of a few in-the-know skiers.
Read more… 21 January 2013


British Columbia’s best-kept secret

Muskwa-Kechika is a vast landscape that enfolds Canada's northern Rockies. Forge your own trail through the largest intact wildlife habitat in the entire Rocky Mountain chain.
16 January 2013


Yellowknife's northern light village

In the capital of Canada's Northwest Territories, the Aurora Borealis dances for thousands each year.
Read more… 03 January 2013


Canada’s polar bear country

Manitoba’s isolated Wapusk National Park is prime territory for polar bear spotting. But the habitat is shrinking, which yields an uncertain future for Earth’s biggest land predator.
13 July 2012


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