June 5 update: Check out the new and final dispatch below from Ed Viesturs,
documenting his journey across the ice with John Stetson, and see the
final batch of photos from his recently completed Arctic journey near Baffin Islanld. Viesturs, the
first U.S. mountaineer to
climb all of the world's 8,000 meter peaks without oxygen, and renowned Arctic
explorer and dog musher John Stetson, covered 150 miles on Northern
Baffin Island to prepare for an upcoming polar journey. The pair reported in live every day to GreatOutdoors.com. Listen to their latest sat phone dispatches right now, and see the images from their bold adventure!
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures on video a run accessed by snowcat at the southern British Columbia resort of Fernie.
Andrew McLean captures the action at the Griz Bar in Fernie, British Columbia.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures on video a powder run at Kicking Horse resort in British Columbia.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures on video a run at the British Columbia resort of Fernie.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures a bizarre team drinking game in the British Columbia resort of Revelstoke.
Tall, Dark and Handsome: Skiing the Kootney Rockies big three – Revelstoke, Kicking Horse and Fernie. GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean continues his quest for the perfect snow.
From Quebec to British Columbia, Ontario to the Rockies, here's where you'll find some of the best snowboarding in Canada even before the holidays. The snow is already great, so come on up!
With difficult routes on Cerro Torre, Huntington, Robson, Denali, and more, in one amazing year, 22-year-old Colin Haley is making his mark in alpine climbing.
Our man on the slopes takes on the top four ski resorts in the Canadian Rockies, and comes back impressed, a few pounds heavier and very wary of those Canadian Creamy Beavers.
Jamie McCulloch making Delirium Dive at Sunshine Village look easy.
Matt Ride riding a Snowbike down Marmot Basin.
Bart Donnelly raging down a groomed run at Norquay.
Mild mannered Mike Moynihan tears into a groomed run at Sunshine Village.
Every fall, thousands of polar bears gather on the shore of Hudson Bay at Churchill, offering the wildlife viewing opportunity of a lifetime.
What to do for late summer: Surf a dune, huck a rapid, dive a wreck - action-pack your summer. A National Geographic Adventure article.
Eleven out-the-backdoor snow stashes where winter's worst is the main attraction.
Comfortable lodges in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia's wild west coast make for unforgettable wildlife viewing.
A true North American classic, the Wapta Ice Field follows the crest of the Canadian Rockies in a way that makes it perhaps the closest thing to a Haute Route on this continent.
The U.S. Appalachian Trail may stop at Katahdin, but the Appalachian mountains continue north into Quebec, and so does the International Appalachian Trail--the Sentiers International des Appalaches