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The water levels were likely higher when dinosaurs swam in this sea, as is evidenced by the rock hanging precariously above our travellers. Photos by Eric Binion and Bob Saunders
A 1,700-kilometre trek across ice, sea and tundra in the heart of Nunavut
April 2016
Photo courtesy Mike Peake/Canoe North Adventures
On a multi-day canoe adventure, you want to keep your loads light. But make sure you have what matters.
April 2016
Photo courtesy Gerold Sigl/NWT
It's not all raging rapids and remote rivers up here
April 2016
Photo by Geoff Foster
Wind and wildlife on the NWT's Emile River
April 2016
The MV Lafferty, captained by Graham Cox, battles the Liard River current in the Deh Cho. Photo: Herb Mathisen/Up Here, Photo illustration: Beth Covvey
Small-talk from the captain's nest of the Fort Simpson ferry
April 2016
The Takhini Hot Springs. Photo by Takhini Hot Pools
How to find peace in the great outdoors
March 2016
What a seven-canoes-turned-sailboat looks like. Photo courtesy Toban Leckie
Why paddle when you can sail? Great Bear Lake can be a slog, but every once in a while the wind is just right.
February 2016
Ivvavik National Park. Not Ellesmere Island, but the same concepts apply. Photo by Tim Johnson
Step one: 4x4. Photo courtesy Karel Pekelsky
...without an ice road
February 2016
Paddling out to secret weekend camping spots at Hidden Lake, NWT. Photo by Tim Edwards
The last canoe of the season
January 2016