For months now, the team at Adventure Canada has been working on something our guests look forward to year after year: our new brochure.
Adventure Canada travellers love to dream, and we know they often thumb the pages of our brochures time and again as they plan the perfect adventure.
This year is the twenty-fifth anniversary of our first tour, to the Arctic in 1988. So we went to extra effort to celebrate the milestone.
The trips we’re featuring for 2013-2014 are chosen from among our very best – including a new trip to Sable Island, and a return to Antarctica in 2014 for the 100th anniversary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s legendary Endurance expedition. We think the look and feel of this beautiful document reflects the craft and care that went into planning these amazing trips.
We hope you’ll enjoy the new brochure, Canada and the North. If you’d like a copy for your coffee table or night stand, just let us know.
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Whatever your current impressions of Greenland, you’re bound to have your eyes opened by this stunning video.
Featuring Red Bull trial biker, Petr Kraus, this trailer for the video series Greenland – Rough. Real. Remote is beautifully shot, superbly edited, and just as compelling for the ears as it is for the eyes.
We couldn’t watch just once, and we bet you won’t either.
You can find out more about the making of this film from the crew at 99backcountry.com
Few artists know Canada’s remote places like musician, adventurer and playwright Ian Tamblyn.
In a career that has spanned 4 decades, Ian has travelled the country from coast, to coast, to coast, celebrating and sometimes lamenting the world’s great remote spaces in song.
Ian’s latest album, Side By Each, is no exception. The new album, released February 13th, is his 35th recording project.
Ian continues in the tradition of haunting compositions that seem to draw life from the land itself, intertwined with lyrics deep with poetry and meaning. The new video single, Listen to the Water Fall (below) describes the birth of mighty icebergs from a glacier off the coast of Greenland.