Types of Adventures

We are up for anything in the great outdoors. Yet these are the main three types of adventures.

Dudley loves to backpack and has done so all over the continent 

Paddle sports are in our blood. See BRAT’s adventures.

We have circled the continent 3 times living in a trailer.



There are so many – we can’t share them all – here are a few.

3500 km from Georgia to Maine. 14 states and a brutal 464,464′ elevation change.

1100 km from Montana to Kakwa Park in British Columbia. Known as the #WildestThruHike

325 km from Ottawa to Kingston. Weaving through, green space, parks, farms and country roads.

890 km through the heart of Ontario. Surprising wild and challenging.

Tracy, Bruce and Ron travelled 3 months around the continent in a tiny teardrop trailer. 

This northern river in Canada’s Yukon was explored by BRAT. Captured on video and now available on YouTube.

The longest river in Alaska and Yukon, it was one of the principal means of transportation during the 1896–1903 Klondike Gold Rush.

This Canadian river located in northern Manitoba was explored by BRAT.   Captured on video and now available on YouTube.

The Chilkoot Trail is a 53 km trail through the Coast Mountains from Alaska to Northern British Columbia. It follows the gold rush route of 1890’s


Located roughly 500 km west of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada. It is the centrepiece of Nahanni National Park Reserve.

The “Dempster” is a 740 km bucket list journey from Dawson City, Yukon to Inuvik, Northwest Territories offering incredible scenery, wide open spaces and remote beauty.

ThIs Quebec River flows almost due south into the Ottawa River. Primarily known today for its white water paddling and fishing, the river has a rich history for the First Nations.

The French River cuts through the Canadian Shield, flowing through rapids, waterfalls, gorges and interconnected lakes on its journey from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay. 

The river flows from Algonquin Provincial Park to the Ottawa River. The name comes from the Algonquian for “where one hears a noise like this”, which refers to its many rapids.

Just north of Ottawa, Ontario, the river is 230 km long. Its name comes from an Algonquian band of the region known as “Matouweskarini”, meaning “people of the shallows”


Stretches 900 km across northern Canada. Its source is Whitefish Lake in the Northwest Territories, and it flows east to Baker Lake, Nunavut. 

9 men with a deep sense of adventure, diverse backgrounds and skills, and a shared love of the great outdoors – this is the Briargreen River Adventure Team.

Experience Ontario’s unparalleled hiking and paddling opportunities as you explore the wild lands and waters that tell the story of our natural and cultural heritage.

336 km of wilderness paths along
North America’s rugged easternmost coastline in Newfoundland, Canada – Coming Soon

A vast landscape of maple hills, rocky ridges, spruce bogs, and thousands of lakes, ponds, and streams. More than 2,000 kilometres of canoe routes and three wilderness backpacking trails.


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