Discover our first BESIDE destination in Lanaudière
Back to nature
Colleen Cooley is part of a growing number of Indigenous river guides who bring a vital understanding of the importance of water to their work in the outdoor recreation industry.
For 30 years, Christian Barthomeuf has been refining the art of making ice cider with neither additives nor overtime.
A bath in the forest, the contrast between hot and cold, a crackling fire, silence, and the scent of eucalyptus: many kinds of therapy for the body and mind.
Taming the trails of Medicine Bow National Forest, the work of the snow groomers often goes unnoticed. We shed light on the nocturnal labours of Tim Bishop.
Two portraits of people who travelled to the Gaspé Peninsula and decided they never wanted to leave. See, through their eyes, the land of the northern gannet and the endless sea.
Ben Jacobsen tested sea water up and down the Pacific Northwest coast in order to find the perfect salt. He discovered it in the waters of Netarts Bay.
A meeting at the summit with the Chèvres de montagne.
With the pandemic threatening to bankrupt their restaurant, Ralph Alerte Desamours and Lee-Anne Millaire Lafleur needed to adapt, quickly. So they revolutionized takeout with a DIY barbecue picnic on a compostable grill.
Whang-od Oggay is the last traditional tattoo artist from the old generation in the Kalinga region in the northern Philippines. This internationally acclaimed tattooist has single-handedly ensured the survival of this traditional art for the next generation.
When Jane-Anne Cormier returned to Le Havre to start Les Vagues after 10 years in the city, she had a goal—to combine her two great passions: the river and SUP.
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