It happens to even the most seasoned hikers and explorers: you get stuck in a rut. Thankfully, it’s not typically a literal rut; it’s the repetition rut. It can make you wonder what you haven’t seen—or don’t even know about—yet. Perhaps you’ve hit some of the popular highlights of the
When we reach July, summer is already beginning to slip away, even though it has just begun. We’ve passed the Summer Solstice, marking the longest day in the year. For those of us who pay attention to such things, it’s all downhill to winter from here. Fortunately, it’s a slow ride.
At the turn of the 20th century, an eccentric hermit named James Alexander “Jimmy” McQuat built this log home on the shore of White Otter Lake, south of Ignace, Ontario. The story goes that he single-handedly constructed this enigmatic mansion from red pine logs that he felled, hauled and
“It was a trip of experiences, not one of conquests,” writes Gary Fiedler.
Fiedler was on an ambitious seven-month solo canoe journey through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico Provincial Park when he saw a mother black bear
The cycling world on the North Shore is dynamic. The leaders of the biking community are constantly looking for different ways to bring in new riders and tell the experienced ones about routes that they might not have considered. Whether bumping around on the gravel roads in the woods or rolling seamlessly
The land called Canada has been home to many indigenous people and cultures for over 10,000 years. Even the Vikings settled