With its vast array of flora and fauna, Canada’s Algonquin Park is the perfect getaway for hikers, adventurers and nature-loving women.
The best walking and hiking trails in Algonquin Park to see wildlife, avoid bugs and reconnect with nature.
Featured Image: Spectacular Northern Lights dancing above Yellowknife / Photo by pilens on EnvatoWhat a City Girl Learned About Life North of Sixty By Jo Anne Wilson, Guest writer It was February 1992. I had been in Yellowknife, in the northernmost part of Canada, for...
Women share their once-in-a-lifetime stories of the majestic Canadian Rockies, the jaw-droppingly beautiful mountain range spanning Western Canada. that connect us to nature at is most authentic and primal.
Fifty-one years after her first visit, Linda Barnard hikes the stunning Plain of the Six Glaciers Trail near Banff, Alberta in the Canadian Rockies.
Resources for women to learn about and support Indigenous tourism, history and culture, with tips on land acknowledgements, museums, books, documentaries and more.
We reveal the top seven Once-in-a-Lifetime Travel Experiences recommended by women, including the Northern LIghts, the Camino de Santiago, Canada’s Rocky Mountains, a Safari in Africa, an Antarctica expedition, Machu Picchu and Bali.
The top 10 hiking and walking trails in Canada recommended by expert hikers for women of all experience levels and interests.
Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario offers women a taste of everything we love: unspoiled nature, plenty of hiking, stunning views from the Cup and Saucer Trail and a glimpse into Indigenous history and culture.
Connecting with nature is a wonderful way to reconnect with ourselves and enjoy the sweeping vistas, vast wilderness, wild rivers, majestic lakes, rocky beaches.