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Ever since we posted the book review of The
Ultimate Guide to Trail Running, we have had many requests for a
dedicated column on the subject. The new feature section will be coming
up in our late Spring issue.
Here is a quick peek at what is new in this issue...
and Deep - Songs for the Heart of the Paddler This is a great compilation of tunes to listen to
while you are pouring over maps or in the kitchen prepping your backcountry
meals to put on the dehydrator. We listen to it while we are packing
the gear and even some Saturday mornings while we are relaxing at home... read
the Canol Heritage Trail Expect to see first hand the rich history of this wonderful
adventure. See how Mother Nature has taken back what belonged to her
so long ago. There are many cabins, military structures, trucks and
other interesting memorabilia left from the past but the earth is slowly
claiming them... read more
Hiking Essentials As I sat here, looking for inspiration
to write the day hiking feature for this issue of Outdoor Adventure
Canada, I was transported back to some of my first long day trips. One
of these was a long hike that took us up a very steep trail to a wonderful
lookout. The day was one of the hottest of the summer and I... read
This book, written by Sheri R. Colberg, PhD, is a wonderful resource
for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics involved in fitness, endurance,
or recreational sports. The work covers a multitude of activities including
running, swimming, fitness classes, backpacking, hiking, kayaking, canoeing,
This is just a little glimpse of this issue's new articles.
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