On a mid-spring afternoon in Point Pelee National Park in Ontario, you’d think the spectacle were blubbery seals at first glance. Not so. Try a bunch of wet-suited body surfers taking to the waves as they pummelled the park’s Northwest Beach’s sandy shores. Hiking CanadaMe? I was there with dad,...
Bon Echo Provincial Park, a land of lakes about a 413km-drive east from Niagara Falls has always been a tonic for urbanites. Surrounded by mixed forest on the southern cusp of the Canadian Shield, the area is big on white pine and cedars but the real majesty belongs to the...
The last words I heard before an adrenaline-inducing canoe moment was “I can hear falls up ahead.” Rule number one. Never tell a girl from Niagara Falls there’s falls ahead because all you envision is fast-flowing ice-cold water ready to sweep you over the brink.Cape Croker By the Bruce Peninsula in...
Fahgettaboud the bear encounters known along the Sibley Peninsula’s shoreline in Ontario. We heard the wolves instead around the Thunder Bay lookout in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Rugged shale and gravel combined with steep gradients were all part of the deal on this 40km trail known as the Kabeyun...
An undiscovered gateway to a hidden playground for millionaires.
Canada is justifiably renowned for its national parks which introduce visitors to special ecosystems and, if Mother Nature obliges, glimpses of wildlife which call these habitats home. This year marks Canada’s sesquicentennial anniversary, so it’s a good year experience some of these Canadian National Parks.Parks Canada is responsible for...
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