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Not all those who wander are lost...


Adventure is addictive. It's like a drug – firing the synapses and quickening the pulse. Once you’ve felt that first high you'll just want more! Adventure takes you out of your comfort zone and into the unknown. But not all those who wander are lost...

Adventure enables us to transcend our limits, to grow and develop as individuals, to better understand the world and people around us. It is a powerful force that can heal the lowest of lows, and inspire us to reach our greatest heights

Adventure Junky’s mission is to fuel this addiction. To identify the earth’s greatest adventures. To partner with the most outstanding operators and adventurous destinations. To streamline the traveller’s journey from the high of one adventure to the next.

To bring together all the sailors, spelunkers, the hikers, the bikers, the balloonists, climbers, skiers divers, kayakers, slack-liners wildlife watchers, the trailblazers ALL of you! To acknowledge your achievements, and determine the earth's #1 Adventure Junky!

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Adventurelog: Kayak camping the Saguenay Fjord, Quebec (self-guided) #AdventureJunky

The 100 km-long Saguenay Fjord is one of the longest fjords in the world and is the southernmost navigable fjord in North America. Both the shores and the marine environment are protected as provincial and national parks. 
Sea-kayakers can explore the exceptional beauty of the sheer rock cliffs and pristine boreal forest as they paddle between the 13 different primitive campsites located on the banks of the shores. Along the way see otters, seals, marine birds and with any luck, the local protected pod of belugas.

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Photos: Fjord en Kayak,  JC Fortin, Charles David Robitaille