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Outdoor Adventure Getaway to Quebec City…

Quebec is friendly, quaint, and an outdoor traveler’s bucket list destination.

Bring your walking or hiking shoes, as the best way to explore Quebec City is by foot.

With various hills and two natural levels due to its location on the cliffs of the St. Lawrence, there are over thirty staircases. The largest staircase in Quebec City and my personal favorite is Cap Blanc with nearly 400 stairs, which is a great workout for locals and athletic visitors alike; however, most are less strenuous and with fewer stairs.

Regardless a trip to Quebec is good for your legs with no good excuse for skipping dessert or that extra glass of wine…


St. John’s Best Kept Secrets by Lisa…

My name is Lisa and I lived inSt. John’s, Canada for my whole life (24 years).

St. John’s can best be described in these five words: colourful, lively, cultural, beautiful, friendly.

Women should consider visiting St. John’s because it has something for everyone.

The oldest city in North America, St. John’s is overflowing with culture and vibrancy – from traditional music in pubs downtown to whale watching on the Atlantic ocean.

There is a lively nightlife scene for the party girl – George Street in downtown St. John’s is said to have the most bars per capita in North America…


The Ultimate City Guide on Whistler British Columbia…

My name is Chelsey and I have lived in Whistler, British Columbia for the past four years.

Whistler can best be described in these five words:

  • adventurous;
  • spectacular;
  • natural;
  • enchanting; and
  • iconic.

Women should consider visiting Whistler because it’s the ultimate girls getaway, family vacation or romantic couples retreat. The beauty of mother nature, coupled with the active social vibe of the resort, makes Whistler an ideal mountain escape.

Plus, there’s so much to see and do besides hitting the slopes!

Whether you’re an intrepid mountaineer or a non-skier who loves to get a dose of fresh mountain air, Whistler is arguably the best all-season mountain resort in North America (okay, I may be a little biased).


A Chilling Interview with Arctic Explorer Matty McNair…

She loves a good challenge.

Matty McNair is an American explorer who relocated to the Canadian Arctic for her love of the wilderness and dog sledding.

Here expeditions and records are endless…

  • The first Canadian woman to ski to both the North and South Poles.
  • Led the first women’s expedition to the Geographic North Pole.
  • Led an expedition across Ellesmere Island.
  • Led four ski expeditions to the South Pole.
  • Kite-skied and dog sled across the Greenland Ice Cap with her children Sarah and Eric.
  • Led a ski expedition to the South Pole with her children Sarah and Eric – who now hold the record for the youngest to ski to the South Pole.
  • Holds the world record for the fastest to the North Pole, using dogs and skiis, in 36 days; proving that Peary could also reached the North Pole in 1909.

But her true passion is sharing her love of the Arctic through her company NorthWinds – that specializes in Polar Training, Dog Sledding and Polar Expedition.

But don’t take my word for it…

Experience life in the Arctic wilderness through Matty McNair in this interview…


The Best Reason to Visit Tofino Canada (Hint: It’s Bigger Than a Bus!)

Wanna know what is special about Tofino Canada?

You get three hints…

  1. They’re bigger than a bus.
  2. They’re endangered.
  3. They weight over 40 tons.

If you guessed Humpback Whales, you’re right!

And the best part is…

The waters off Tofino, Canada in Maquinna Marine Park are the  world’s best destination for whale watching.

Its strategic location along the migration route, nutrient rich waters, and protective bays is the perfect sanctuary for a variety of whales who migrate the 16,000 mile (25,000 km) journey every year.

People from around the world to visit Vancouver Island in the spring and fall to gaze at the pacific ocean’s gentle giants.