You Can Canoe Through A Historic Waterway While Camping At This Ontario Park – from Narcity

Bring your own boat!

If you’re looking for an Ontario hidden gem to visit, say no more. French River Provincial Park is an interconnected waterway of gorges, lakes and rapids waiting for you to paddle through. You can navigate the water to get to your campsite on this historic river used in the earliest years of Canadian history. 

According to Ontario Parks, it is Canada’s first designated Heritage River.

Located in Alban, Ontario, it is a watercourse that Indigenous people, French explorers and fur traders once used. 

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Edmonton’s 1 km Staircase Trail Leads You To A Stunning Waterfront Lookout – Narcity

You are going to need your beast mode playlist for this trail. For those of you looking to spice up your gym routine, we know just the spot. This one-kilometre route is perfect for when you want to get in a workout while enjoying the sunshine. You need to try climbing Wolf Willow Stairs in Edmonton to enjoy the stunning waterfront lookout.

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7 Dog-Friendly Trails Near Calgary To Explore With Your Best Friend This Summer – by Narcity

Are you looking for the best way to treat your bestie this summer? Why go for traditional toys or treats when you can take them on an adventure. These dog-friendly trails near Calgary are great for going on long walkies and making lasting memories.

Calgary is packed with gorgeous trails and parks to explore and these ones are excellent for getting out and taking in some of that fresh air. With plenty of space and beautiful scenery, your fur babies can get all the play and exercise they can handle. See the full Article

Note -this article makes no mention of COVID 19, or other trail management issues – such as on or off leash rules – please note that many places you can walk your dog are managed by other authorities – parks, land managers, trail management organizations, and these grouops have their own rules, about dogs, users and COVID. Please check with the trail organizations before heading out.