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An illustration of Olympian Rosie MacLennan

Illustration: Shelagh Armstrong/Canadian Geographic

Illustration: Shelagh Armstrong/Canadian Geographic
The Olympic gold medallist and reigning world champion trampoline gymnast reflects on her childhood summers in Muskoka, Ont. 
Aerial view of Vancouver, B.C. at sunset

A still image from a 360-degree video tour of Vancouver at sunset captured by B.C.'s SKY Helicopters. Watch the full version here

New camera technology makes these immersive photos and videos almost as good as being there 
Sable Island horses

The horses on Nova Scotia's remote Sable Island are one of the world's last feral horse populations. One of the only ways to see them is through an Adventure Canada cruise. (Photo: George Kourounis)

Photo: George Kourounis
"I’ve been to every province and every territory in Canada and there’s no place quite like it."
A few weathered wooden houses are all that remain of the Moravian missionaries who settled the Labrador coast

A few weathered wooden houses are all that remains of the Moravian missionaries who settled the Labrador coast. "There is a forlorn dignity to these battered old wooden buildings," writes Charlotte Gray. (Photo: Mike Elston/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Mike Elston/Canadian Geographic
Award-winning author Charlotte Gray explores the wild and fierce beauty of Canada's hidden coast
Kayaking the Nantahala River

The author tackles the Nantahala River in North Carolina. (Photo: Whetstone Photography)

Photo: Whetstone Photography
A North Carolina paddling trips that thrills, rejuvenates and educates
Child jumping into Skaha Lake, British Columbia

Theoretically, you could experience an afternoon high of 22C every day — if you're willing to criss-cross the globe. (Photo: John Goudie/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: John Goudie/Can Geo Photo Club
Whether you like it hot, cold, or just right, the Perpetual Temperature map can help you plan your travels accordingly

Photo courtesy RockstAR

Photo courtesy RockstAR
A Haliburton adventure race adds an irresistible backbeat to the Bark Lake experience

An ocean vista in Flatrock, Newfoundland. (Photo: William Flynn/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: William Flynn/Can Geo Photo Club
Happy Canada Day from all of us at Canadian Geographic!

RCGS Fellow Bruce Amos with Maple Leaf Adventures resource guide Severn Cullis-Suzuki at Windy Bay, Haida Gwaii in early June. (Photo: Stephanie Amos)

Photo: Stephanie Amos
Bruce Amos reflects on his travels in Haida Gwaii with Maple Leaf Adventures

Photo courtesy Tough Mudder

Photo courtesy Tough Mudder
Risk taking, thrill seeking, a talent for teamwork and a dash of being awesome at life
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