Articles written by: Magee Walker

Magee Walker was a late bloomer to the snowboard scene, but thankfully discovered the joys of the sport after moving to Vancouver and spending weekends in Whistler. She's now lucky enough to call Whistler her full-time home, and spends her days conquering the mountain, by foot in the summer and by snowboard boot in the winter.

Top 14 Escapes to Celebrate Easter

Top 14 Escapes to Celebrate Easter

Easter—it may just be one holiday, but as the 14 countries on this list can attest, there are plenty of different ways to celebrate it. If you’re after a cultural getaway this Easter, you have several fantastic options to explore, from traditional to religious to tasty. Here are some of […]


6 Ways to Prevent In-Flight Theft

In 2014, officials estimate that more than $300,000 (USD) worth of items were stolen on inbound flights to Hong Kong in 48 separate incidents.. That’s not at airport lounges, airport gates, or luggage carousels—that’s on the actual airplane itself. It’s easy for even the savviest of travelers to feel lulled […]


The 6 Best Places to Visit With Your Squad

With the right group of people, even a trip to the garbage dump can be fun. So imagine how epic it will be when you are your besties touch down on the runway in the fabulous destinations that follow. Whether you’re after adrenaline-fueled adventures, fine food and even finer cocktails, […]

7 Activities to Try in Canmore, Alberta

The Canadian Rockies just might be Canada’s worst kept secret. Everyone and their uncle knows that these jagged monoliths are the perfect backdrop for a pillowy ski day, a walk around an impossibly turquoise lake or an epic alpine hike. When people think of the Canadian Rockies, most people think […]

6 Unforgettable Destination Wedding Locales

You’re an adventure-loving couple. You live to travel, you thrive in new places and you consider yourselves to be explorers wherever you go. Really, it’s only natural that you and your partner dream of having a destination wedding. Love of travel aside, destination weddings also make a lot of sense […]

9 Ways to Maintain Your Sanity at the Airport

9 Ways to Maintain Your Sanity at the Airport

For some people, the mere act of setting foot into an airport is enough to trigger a headache. The crowds, the security line ups, the rushing from gate to gate—it’s no wonder why people get so stressed out at the airport. Some unpleasant factors are inevitable—yep, we’re looking at you, security line—but […]

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Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Countries to Visit in 2016

If you’re having trouble deciding where to travel in 2016, you’ll be happy to know that Lonely Planet—the company behind those awesome travel guidebooks—has you covered. Lonely Planet recently revealed its top 10 must-see countries for 2016, and we’re pretty excited. The list travels across multiple continents, covers climates hot […]

6 Gift Ideas For the Wanderluster on Your List

6 Gift Ideas For the Wanderluster on Your List

We’ve all got a few friends on our holiday gift giving list that have been seriously hit with the travel bug. These folks aren’t the easiest to buy for—they tend to prefer experiences over material goods, and they don’t have a spare square inch of precious luggage space to spare […]

The Future of Travel: 7 Trends for 2016

The Future of Travel: 7 Trends for 2016

This is the time of year where people tend to spend a lot of time reflecting on the past (hello, “Top ___ of 2015″ lists) and thinking about the future (hello, 2016 resolutions). Hopefully you logged a few miles and acquired some new stamps in your passport over the past […]

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Discover These Hidden Gems in Canada’s Maritimes

Fresh ocean air. Fresh fish. Refreshingly friendly people. That, in a nutshell, is what you can expect from Canada’s three maritime provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. From fishing towns to funky small cities, from Celtic culture to Acadian culture, the Eastern Canadian provinces offer an indescribable […]