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Winter Activities > Winter Camping

Cold weather is synonymous with Canadian winters. With winter taking up so much calendar space, it’s no wonder that many Canadians make camping a year-round event! Camping is great way to get a direct connect to nature and offers a vast variety of options to curate your optimal camping trip. The best approach is the prepared and cautious one when it comes to winter camping. It’s important to plan your trip and alert responsible people you trust of your plans, estimated return time/date and check with government agencies for the status of winter camping services for your area. 

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Weather Office

Weather Office

Weather forecast and alerts for Canada. Seasonal, marine, satellite view and extended forecast.

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Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Canada is a non-government, not-for-profit organization dedicated to public avalanche safety. We issue daily avalanche forecasts throughout the winter for much of the mountainous regions of western Canada, providing this free information via our website and our app, Avalanche Canada Mobile.

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Alpine Club of Canada

Alpine Club of Canada

The Alpine Club of Canada has 24 local sections across the country from Newfoundland and Labrador to Vancouver Island and the Yukon. We’ve been passionate about climbing, hiking and skiing in alpine environments for over 100 years. Everyone is welcome.

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National Trail

National Trail

The scenic 10,000 kilometre foot trail is growing to connect the Atlantic to the Pacific. Already, trails spanning much of British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick are in use. Once established, the trail corridor will help to protect our heritage of natural landscapes and historic places, and provide passage, habitat, and refuge for wildlife.

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