ADVICE FROM AVALANCHE CANADA AND THE ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA

This winter, many people are expecting the backcountry’s wide-open spaces to be more popular than ever – but they’ll also be a little different due to COVID-19. To help you…

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Vaseline Cotton ball Fire Starter

If you’re looking for a quick and simply way to start a fire, you’ve come to the right place. In This Video I show you how i make my Vaseline…

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Entertain Your Young Outdoor Enthusiasts At Home

Are you looking for activities to do with your children?  Create a time capsule  Grab a glass container or a box in your recycling bin and ask your children to…

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Tips To Exercise Outdoors While Practicing Social Distancing

We all like to be outdoors, but the current situation means that we have to find new ways to get outdoors when and where we can. Although Health Canada asks us to…

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Learn to Hunt with A Traditional Bow: The Aspect of Personal Enhancement

We could sit here and talk about traditional bow hunting, and how to shoot the arrow all day long. Why should we even think about doing that when there are…

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Before each trip: 8 checks to be made on your RV

In parallel with the periodic maintenance of your RV, here are some checks to make before each departure. These quick precautions will reduce the cost of repairs, the risk of breakdowns…

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3 Myths About Women Backpackers No One Should Believe

When it comes to outdoor sports and hobbies there is a common stigma that men are much stronger, more reliable, and consistent in their success with outdoor sports and adventures….

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How To Start A Fire In The Rain

There is always a possibility of unexpected rain, wind, and downpour when you’re hiking or camping. Therefore you have to be well prepared to build a fire in conditions that are…

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Minimalist Camping: A Guide to Packing Light

With endless adventures lurking around the hiking trails, there is no denying that camping is a blissful experience. However, if you need to carry a pile of bags and hiking…

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How to catch dinner in the wild: 2 easy snares

Imagine that you’re out for a hike. Even though you planned out your trip pretty well, you get lost. It’s getting dark and you don’t know how to get back…

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