The Bridge With A Love Story On Donevan Trail

The first time I saw Kay’s Bridge, tucked into the landscape along Donevan Trail at the Landon Bay Centre just outside Gananoque, ON, I was almost too exhausted to notice its beauty. I wasn’t much of a hiker back then. To make matters worse, I was being upstaged by a 90-year-old man.

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Hike Your Own Hike: Iqaluit’s Only Officially Named And Measured Trail, Apex

Like most Nunavut trails, there is a fluidity and flexibility to its parameters. It is not so often that a city’s most well-known hiking trail starts inside a cemetery. But Apex Trail isn’t your typical out and back hiking trail in many other ways, as well. For instance, while it is the only Iqaluit hiking…

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Exploring An Abandoned Basement on the Timber Tract

An Ontario family visits the Uxbridge Trail systems this fall.

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Hike Your Own Hike: At Fundy National Park’s Moosehorn-Laverty Falls Loop

Zooming in to the practical details of a popular hiking trail in New Brunswick. So you’ve arrived at Fundy National Park, with your boots laced up and your water bottle full. You tighten your ponytail, maybe roll up your sleeves, clip the chest straps of your backpack, and pull out the map. Where to go…

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Easing Into A New Normal On The Fundy Trail

Fundy Trail Parkway was one of the first Canadian parks and tourist attractions to reopen last week after mandatory distancing. The scent of pine fills the humid air every few steps. Fiddleheads peer out from the edges of the path, curling upward as the sun peeks in and out of clouds and trees overhead. Beneath…

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