Outdoors

Dust off your shoes and hit the trails for a run on these green and blue trails. 

The solutions are at our fingertips. Say no to straws. Tote a reusable water bottle around with you and fill it up from the tap.

January was film festival month for Rebecca as she rejoined the committee of the Reel Canadian Film Festival and didn't miss a beat when it came to the action in Fernie.

The Elk Valley offers up a dizzying array of new sports and outdoor pursuits just waiting to be conquered. You can literally choose peaks, put in the blood, sweat and tears and conquer mountains.

Jesse faces her ice climbing fear, after postponing it for many years.

This month Julie challenges you to get out of town and hit the trails at Fernie Alpine Resort for some winter riding. In celebration of the Feminism issue, encourage some female friends or family members to join and consider making a morning or afternoon out of it.

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.