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Everything about Canada’s Northwest Territories is huge: imposing wildlife, massive lakes, enormous rivers, epic mountain ranges, and yes, ample opportunity for that Big Adventure.
Once a year, the polar bears of Hudson Bay are amenable to visitors. Seize the chance to trek through the tundra in autumn and enjoy close encounters with the huge carnivore the Inuit call ‘Nanook’.
Lachie Carracher and buddies paddle the big water near Mexican city Tlapacoyan.
Jon Durand has smashed two hang gliding world records.
Nepalese adventurers make a non-motorized descent from Mount Everest to sea level.
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This Tasmanian island has some great natural, scenic and historic highlights.
Choosing the right mountain bike and gear can determine whether you love your new-found pursuit or fill the shed with another set of unrealised ambitions.
Discover an adventure playground where the forest meets the sea. Go on a tree-top walk, explore inlets by kayak or birdwatch in your own time
The town may be small and sleepy, but there’s plenty of thrills to be had swimming with sharks just offshore.
Arthur River is known as the Edge of the World; the coastline and isolated river mouth stand before 18,000km sea – the longest stretch of ocean in the world.