On March 5, 2019 the Resorts of the Canadian Rockies and Vail Resorts announced that RCR hills, including Fernie, Kicking Horse, Kimberley, Nakiska, Mont Sainte Anne and Stoneham, are joining the industry-leading Epic Pass as of the 2018/19 season.
Tom helps you take a look at ways to make this year the best year yet – cliché, we know!
The holidays have passed and we have had the chance to recover. Now go on a short walk, find a place with a nice view where no one will come by, and sit.
Keep it simple this month. This route requires minimal equipment and travel time. Put on your trail running shoes and head to the old barn in Montane either by foot or car. You can park just off Coal Creek Road by the barn.
The mountains are covered in white glorious snow, and endless opportunity awaits you. Now your only problem is trying to fit it all in. Well, we’re to help. Here are our choices of routes not to miss this winter season.
Jesse experiences bagel making where this local shop has made 50,000 bagels this summer. A reflection of success, of support from Fernie and its visitors.
With snow completely changing the landscape, these beautiful and adventurous snowshoe spots are destined to provide a little winter magic.
Sleds are complex machines, but there are some simple adjustments you can make to really change your ride and step up your game. Bar height, suspension and ski pressure are a good place to start personalizing your ride.
Julie challenges you to do two activities in one day. Here are two routes, one designed for Nordic skiing and the other for biking or snowshoeing.
This winter, add some magic and memory with something that few of us choose to do in the winter – picnic!
During the ski season you may start to ache and get sore in your glutes and instead of stretching, one of the go-to moves is tall kneeling with rotation.
Jesse loves her column. It leads to great things. But this morning, a week past deadline in mid-December, she realizes she has nothing to write about. No neighbourly wine-making, no backcountry exploration – nothing.
Although sledding was not always a part of her life pre-stroke it has definitely become a way of life in the chapters that followed. It's inspired her to keep pushing and to help others feel inspired by a sport that can be so intimidating.
Cross-country skiing is truly a sport for all-ages, and one that can be fun for parents, kids and even toddlers. Here are a few tips to make it fun while you introduce the sport to your family.