June 2016


The Six Most Remote Long Distance Trails

Some of these trails have never been hiked in their entirety and some only a handful of times – it’s time to break trail across the world… 1. Great Divide Trail This is undoubtedly North America’s gnarliest long-distance trail: 745-miles across the Canadian Rockies in Alberta and British Columbia – some of the least populated land on the continent. And no guesses why: this is a wild, remote country. Snow can, and does, fall at any time of year, heavy rain for days on end is common, and that’s before... Read More