If you read my blog or subscribe to my email list, you might know that I have been planning to thru-hike the East Coast Trail (a combined 260+ km of trail with varying levels of development and maintenance along the eastern coast of Newfoundland's Avalon peninsula) for a few months now. It was my . . .
Newfoundland may not be the most popular island out there to visit, but it does have some unique history that makes it stand out within North America. The highlights include a capital city that touts itself as the "Oldest City in North America" (the "oldest settlement in North America to become a . . .
Newfoundland is known for many things: rough craggy coastlines and untouched boreal forests, a rich history and unique culture that stands out among Canadian provinces. Its beaches? Not so much. . . .
Once upon a time, the continents of Africa and North America got up close and personal with one another. So close, in fact, that they collided, forcing the earth's mantle to push up through the crust and form a bare red mountain landscape that looks quite out of place in Gros Morne National . . .
As the second-largest country in the world (geographically), and with a population of just 35-million, Canada has a lot of open space. Given its size, it's also incredibly diverse. Canada has an enormous offering of hiking options, and hiking in Canada is attracting more and more travellers to . . .