Forecast Ski Magazine’s True North BC – Episode 1: Smithers & Hankin-Evelyn

[MUSIC PLAYING] The last couple of weeks, popped in a few vehicles and drove 15 hours north to northern British Columbia. It was just an awesome opportunity to get to see a bunch of new areas of my home province that I haven’t had a chance to but have heard about for years. The crew on this trip […]

Backcountry Partners With National Ability Center

AND GLAD YOU’RE WATCHING MIDDAY EVERYBODY ON TUESDAY KEVIN JOINING ME NOW FROM NATIONAL ABILITIES? THEY HAVE BIG EVENT COMING UP ON FRIDAY. AND THIS IS PART OF A PARTNERSHIP WITH BACK COUNTRY. WHICH IS A NEW PARTNERSHIP, KEFRN. IT IS YEAH. WE JUST A COUPLE MONTHS AGO STARTED IN TALKS WITH BACK COUNTRY.COM OUT FILTER PARTNERSHIP ESSENTIALLY. […]

Be An Outdoor Ambassador: How To Implement Low-Impact (Outdoor) Bathroom Skills

We go outside to wander and to explore the adventurous spirit within ourselves. As an avid hiker, scrambler, and snowshoer, I want to encourage you to consider the impact of your waste when you venture outside and follow the ethics of Leave No Trace to preserve these outdoor sanctuaries for generations to come. When you spend multiple days […]

4 Day In-depth Algonquin Trip: Lake Opeongo – Merchant Lake – Hogan Lake – Proulx Lake. Part One

hello guys welcome to puck camper this is Jonathan again we are at Lake opion go me Eric and another Eric but he’s actually Chris we’re doing a four day trip in Algonquin and all four days are pretty epic today today is probably gonna be seven hours we just paddled through the whole Lake opion go for […]