In search of an amazing view, Team Outpost heads to Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Deep in the wilderness of Northern Ontario is a paradise for cross-country skiing and capturing the perfect view.
The View From Here
Starting March 21, our team of adventurer-expeditioners is setting out to trek, bike, run, ski and SUP to a few of the planet’s most incredible places. Follow along with #opView
63 Shades of Ecuador
Nestled on the West coast of South America, along the Pacific Ocean, Ecuador's diverse landscapes, awe-inspiring scenery, and incredible cultural vibrancy takes you on a powerful visual journey.
Dolomites Via Ferratas
Via ferrata means iron road, or iron way, in Italian. Whether you want to call it extreme hiking or climbing lite, it’s a hell of a way to experience these mountains. And we had come here to do just that.
The protean rock formations that have inspired countless writers, photographers, artists and slack-jawed tourists were created by erosion (softer mineral deposits wear away quicker than harder ones). I read about this on the park’s official website before I left Toronto—yet I was nevertheless wholly unprepared for the staggering impact of encountering it all in person.
I’m not going to lie to you. Expat life can be challenging. Today we’re looking at the darker side; all those little things that grind you down and all those hidden disadvantages that come packaged up with your exotic life abroad.
After scaling the still-warm rock that appeared to rib and flow like muscle tissue beneath our hiking boots, we perched on an overlook alongside a gnarled ponderosa pine that clung to the rock with unyielding tenacity.
For more than a decade I have continued my springtime tradition by returning whenever possible to Utah’s deserts buttes, canyons and cliffs. I am incredibly excited to again have the opportunity to experience another spring in Utah and fulfill my annual spring renewal.
We're heading to Bryce Canyon—a National Park with over 600 million years of history. It inspires poetry, art and legends. It has one of the most unique landscapes on Earth. But first, we have to find a way to shove all this gear into our suitcases...