Get Outside

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Get Outside

Year: 2018
Producer: Ben Stacey
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Ben Stacey

Get Outside brings viewers along to experience various outdoor activities including paddling, hiking, camping, and back country camping. It not only shows what you can do in the outdoors but encourages people to get outside themselves.    

Episodes

Episode 1: Paddle Down the River

Ben Stacey and Tim Evans paddle (or attempt to paddle) down the Rouge River in the Rouge National Urban Park.

Episode 2: Paddling Duffin's Creek

Ben Stacey and Christina Sheuermann spend a day paddling up Duffin's Creek in Ajax, Ontario.  

Episode 3: Exploring Warsaw Caves

Ben Stacey, Tim Evans, and Paige Evans explore the Warsaw Caves just north east of Peterborough, Ontario.

Episode 4: Day Hiking

Ben Stacey and Erin MacDonald go on two day hikes in two very different locations, the Rouge NationalUrban Park, and Lynde Shores Conservation area in Whitby, Ontario.

Episode 5: Camping at Presqu'ile

Ben Stacey and Hailey Sonntag go car camping and explore Presqu'ile Provincial Park. 

Episode 6: Backcountry Camping

Ben Stacey, Tim Evans, Paige Evans, and Louise Evans go for a one night backcountry camping trip in Kawartha Haighlands Provincial Park.

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