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The Clymb features Axel Heiberg

The Clymb is a new online adventure magazine utilizing a fantastic (graphic-laden) layout, and is already featuring some respected names in adventure and writing, including Jimmy Chin, Conrad Anker, and Kevin Fedarko (…if you haven’t read his new book, The Emerald Mile, you should!)  I am super honoured to have “Walking off the Edge of […]

Island Lake Lodge…. and an iPhone

The heavy rainstorms and flooding of last week put an end to mountain biking getaway Christine and I had been planning for months.  It was to be our first holiday together, without kids, in six years – and we’d flown Grandma out from Toronto to man the fort.  Knowing we wanted to still getaway – […]

Vancouver to Victoria 150km SUP Expedition

Earlier this week, Dave Quinn, Kalum Ko and I paddled into Victoria Harbour – salty, sweaty, happy, and inspired after 5 days in the wild. We’d paddled from Vancouver — Dave and KK in a double kayak, me on a Standup Paddle Board — to help raise awareness for CPAWS Big Wild Challenge initiative, and […]

Men Who Walk With Goats – New York Times

Four goats, four unlikely men, and a 100-mile trek in Utah’s little-known High Uintas Wilderness. Last fall, after returning from a father-and-son goat-packing escapade on Utah’s Highline Trail, I sharpened my pencil, summoned my courage, and pitched the New York Times — without knowing a soul at the paper.  This is what emerged.  To say […]

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