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In 11 weeks, I Cycled 3654km, Hiked 132km, Canoed 715km, many friendships and I have memories that I will cherish for a lifetime. Thank you Canada and all the lovely people that I met and who helped me continue my journey. I am grateful. Here are a collection of my favourite photos and memories. Click on the photos to enlarge.

Cycling across the plateau near Eagle Plains on the Dempster Hwy
Cycling across the plateau near Eagle Plains on the Dempster Hwy
Midnight sun cycling on the Dempster Hwy
Midnight sun cycling on the Dempster Hwy
Crossing the Arctic Circle for the second time on this journey. Dempster Hwy
Crossing the Arctic Circle for the second time on this journey. Dempster Hwy
Passion for culture at Inuvik in the Canadian Arctic
Passion for culture at Inuvik in the Canadian Arctic
Icy patches on the descent from the Chilkoot Pass
Icy patches on the descent from the Chilkoot Pass on the Chilkoot Trail
Campsite on a newly formed Island on the Yukon River
Campsite on a newly formed Island on the Yukon River
Waiting out the storm on the Yukon River
Waiting out the storm on the Yukon River
Final approach to Fiver Fingers Rapids on the Yukon River with my bicycle strapped on tight!
Final approach to Fiver Fingers Rapids on the Yukon River with my bicycle strapped on tight!
Porcupine
Porcupine on the Robert Campbell Hwy
I ate huge quantities of wild raspberries
I ate huge quantities of wild raspberries
I love riding when the light is like this. Robert Campbell Hwy
I love riding when the light is like this. Robert Campbell Hwy
I was 2 meters from this Bear, then it took off. I grabbed my camera instead of the Bear Spray. Magical experience
I was 2 meters from this Bear, then it took off. I grabbed my camera instead of the Bear Spray. Magical experience on the Cassier Hwy
Cassier Hwy at its best
Cassier Hwy at its best
View from my campsite at Lake Kinaskan
View from my campsite at Lake Kinaskan on the Cassier Hwy
Salmon Glacier
Salmon Glacier on a detour from the Cassier Hwy
Ferry leaving Port Hardy.
Ferry leaving Port Hardy.
Black Bear checking me out near Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island
Black Bear checking me out near Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island
Killer Whales also known as Orcas.
Killer Whales also known as Orcas.
Bubble net feeding Humpback Whale, Telegraph Cove
Bubble net feeding Humpback Whale, Telegraph Cove
The West Coast Trail, Vancouver Island, Canada
The West Coast Trail, Vancouver Island, Canada
Sunset from Walbran camp, West Coast Trail, Vancouver Island
Sunset from Walbran camp, West Coast Trail, Vancouver Island

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About the Author:
Brad is an Australian who has completed the hiking Triple Crown after he hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail and Appalachian Trail. He has hiked on every continent (except Antarctica) and has cycled from Alaska to Ecuador. He is an expert on outdoor gear currently living in Sydney, Australia.

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