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Outdoor Inspiration

  1. May 11, 2020

    When you Can’t Hug Your Friends, Hug A Tree

    By Jane Marshall seejanewrite.ca Last week I went for a nature walk with my little niece and nephew. We were following the 2 meter rule as best we could. They looked so cute running around in…
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  2. April 01, 2020

    Can We Go Outside and Play?

    By Jane Marshall There’s lots of confusion about what’s allowed (and what’s not) when heading outside. For outdoor lovers like us, it can be hard to know what to do. When Edmonton schools closed down due to COVID-19, I…
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  3. March 05, 2020

    When You Climb with Friends, You Always Make the Sends

    By: Cass HewittCass works at the South Edmonton Campers Village location and has recently discovered a love for the sport of climbing, both in the challenge of the sport itself, as well as the community around it. Read…
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  4. February 03, 2020

    Winter Camping in Alberta and Why I Don’t Really Want To

    By Jane Marshall Let me preface this post with the cold hard truth. I never want to try winter camping. Never ever! At least that’s what I thought when my son…
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  5. December 09, 2019

    Swimming 500 km through the Densest Concentration of Plastic in our Oceans

    “We don’t need millions of people to do it perfectly, we need millions to do it imperfectly.” Words: Evan Wishloff Photos: Josh Munoz, Corbin Marshall Recently, we were…
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  6. December 02, 2019

    Finding Traction on Powderface Ridge

    By Evan Wishloff  It was dead quiet as I trudged through the snowy trench in front of me.  Okay, dead quiet is an exaggeration - interrupting the stillness surrounding me…
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  7. November 04, 2019

    Out of the Comfort Zone

    Why it’s good to get dirty and cold sometimes  By Jane Marshall 
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  8. October 15, 2019

    Late-Season Backpacking at Lake Minnewanka

    Dehydrated Thanksgiving Dinners and Innacurate Weather Forecasts at Aylmer Pass By: Evan Wishloff  The weather forecast didn’t look great. I had booked a…
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  9. September 05, 2019

    5 Tips to Prepare for Travel Season

    By Jane Marshallseejanewrite.ca Preparing for international travel involves planning and prep. It’s so fun. Really! You get to think about all the adventure…
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  10. August 28, 2019

    Mountains, Memories, and Mosquitos at World Famous Skoki

    By Jane Marshall  seejanewrite.ca   Want to know where I first fell in love with overnighting in the Alberta Rockies? It…
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  11. August 08, 2019

    Random Camping in Castle Wildland Provincial Park

    Teenagers, a wolverine, and intense stream crossings  By Jane Marshall Alberta Parks defines random backcountry camping as: “Camping that involves hiking,…
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  12. June 19, 2019

    Have You Hiked Here? McKirdy Meadows, Valemount, BC

    A Father's Day Hike in the Mountains By Evan Wishloff  I love escaping to the mountains with family. Growing up, some of my fondest memories come from family trips through the mountains of Alberta and BC, spending…
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  13. June 04, 2019

    A Sisters' Trip into the Wild

    Early Season Backpacking in David Thompson Country By Jane Marshall  seejanewrite.ca
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  14. May 17, 2019

    Level-Up Your Camp-Cooking Game

    By James Schutz Camp food. It doesn’t have to be all half-burnt-half-raw smokies and jumbo bags of Doritos. With a little pre-planning and prep before you leave, you can graduate from hot-dog hoser to outdoor Jamie Oliver this…
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  15. April 30, 2019

    Athlete Spotlight: Roslyn Bergen, Ultramarathon Trail Runner

    An Edmonton trail runner explains how running 100km really isn’t that crazy! By Jane Marshall seejanewrite.ca   With over
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  16. April 28, 2019

    Announcing the Summer Adventure Series

    Campers Village wants to help you go on an adventure this summer!  We want to take the difficulty out of getting outside and enjoying nature, whether that's with a pair of hiking boots, trail runners, or a kayak. Announced…
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  17. April 08, 2019

    Stepping Outside the Comfort Zone in South Africa

    Evan Wishloffwww.BikeRide.ca  I was lying comfortably in a massive bed, feet stretched out, as I looked out the window at the ocean,…
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  18. February 26, 2019

    Kids Need to be Outside - What We Can Learn from the World’s Best Kindergarten

    Here are some great ideas for maximizing nature time for kids. By Jane Marshall seejanewrite.ca Science continues to prove it. Kids…
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  19. January 15, 2019

    Snowshoeing in Alberta

    Header Image Credit: Adam Greenburg Fit and active in an Alberta winterBy Jane Marshallseejanewrite.ca
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  20. January 08, 2019

    Must Read Outdoor Blogs for 2019

    Must Read Outdoor Blogs for 2019 A roundup of words to inspire your love of the outdoors! By Jane Marshall
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  21. December 07, 2018

    Ski and Snowboard Season Begins!

    By Jane Marshall Want to get excited about winter? Watch this Hostelling International Canada video:
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