Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve on the Northwest Territories’ Great Slave Lake helps preserve Indigenous traditions as well as the landscape.
A world away from crowded resorts like Whistler, the eastern provinces of Ontario, Saskatchewan, Quebec, and New Brunswick offer winter adventures galore.
Winter turns the province of Quebec into a sparkling playground, and even in the urban centers, there’s plenty of cold-weather fun to be had. Jen Rose Smith shares her favorite ways to enjoy the season.
The world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior offers natural wonders and cultural history equal to its size. Joe Furey shares his journey along the Canadian side of the lake.
With wilderness floatplane rides, pristine fishing waters, and ancient eskers to hike, Canada’s lesser-known province of Manitoba is an outdoor adventure-enthusiast’s paradise.
In this episode we meet Mark and his beloved dog Mya who spent two years traveling doing everything from snowboarding to whitewater rafting.
Discover the serenity of Canada’s Newfoundland as Nomad Will sea kayaks through the fascinating caves and around the cliffs of Cape Broyle, carefully avoiding the whales.
Embark on a white-water rafting adventure in Newfoundland, Canada, and experience the thrill of the rapids on Exploits River.
Travel to Newfoundland in Canada with Will McCloy where he discovers the ultimate jet lag cure - hiking.
Join Will McCloy on an iceberg hunt in Newfoundland, as he hopes to see the formations as they float down to Canada from Greenland.
Despite the comforts of glamping in Gros Morne National Park, Will is surrounded by Canada’s extraordinary scenery.