Jesse joins Emma Van Tussenbroek, a wildlife technician for the South Rockies Grizzly Bear Project (SRGBP), in learning about bears.
Mountains surround us. We live, work, and play amongst them. Where you have a bunched up rug, you have a mountain. And where you have Prairies and the Canadian Shield, you have hardwood floors.
What a summer, it’s hot and the rivers are not! If you want to float, boat, fish or soak it’s time to unplug, put the phone down and head out to one of our beautiful rivers.
Community who love fishing and the Elk River, or just like a good story and amazing cinematography, are invited to join ERA and watch this inspirational documentary.
This month’s Spin to Win contest is for the Fernie Tears & Gears Trail Running/Mountain Biking Duathlon on September 3.
There is an otherworldly place just outside of Fernie. In this place, water carves its way out of the earth, and over geologic timespans, creates a massive hole in the side of a mountain. At this interface, darkness intermingles with light effortlessly to create an entirely separate ecosystem from the surroundings.
Summer in Fernie is mountain biking. Or hiking, or fishing. Samantha Sedlowsky is one of Fernie Alpine Resort's talented veteran coaches who can help take your riding to the next level.
If every music festival started in the mountains, and ended with star-gazing and grassy naps, Jesse would never do anything else.
Fernie is world renowned for its easy access to the great outdoors. One only has to stand anywhere in town to look towards the mountains and imagine a variety of outdoorsy pursuits.
Fernie Alpine Resort has amazing guides that teach, coach and encourage you while you’re in the Aerial Park - get to know one!
This month’s Spin to Win contest is for the third leg of the Elk Valley Ultra. Let’s take you through the course.
A few steps to be aware of before you start playing in the river and getting your adrenaline going. It’s no different than dropping into Lizard Headwall, a bit of prep work goes a long way!
Good hikes are rarely easy. Great hikes scare you. The best hikes combine sore legs, crippling fear, along with moments of despair and capability, and leave you feeling infinite.
Five hours in and the sun is out in full force. Your mind is whirling, your muscles are firing and your fingers are like cocktail sausages. But for some reason it feels just right. You feel strangely free. Free from everyday life, reality, decisions and time.