We’ve all been there before: you’re packing for a trip but need to keep it light because you’ve likely only got a backpack or carry-on luggage to work with.
There is something so delightful about spring skiing! We recently joined a crew of amazing girls including Freeride World Tour qualifier Michelle Locke at Nakiska Ski Area to take some of the first turns of the spring season!
"Freedom to roam and connection to the earth, to the people around me, and to myself. I have had some of the best moments in life in the mountains, but also some of the hardest life lessons."
Looking for a quick and easy meal to make after an adventure outdoors with friends, or for lunch when you can ski right to the door of your weekend accommodation in British Columbia’s beautiful Rocky Mountains? Give the following make-ahead gluten free bread and coconut butternut squash soup recipes a try!
Tranquilly tucked away in a forested river valley, surrounded by mountains and complete wilderness, you will find the wonderfully remote and dog-friendly Nipika Mountain Resort.
Chester Lake, located in Spray Valley Provincial Park Kananaskis, AB, welcomes all who love the outdoors. From hikers to cross-country and backcountry skiers and snowshoers, this dog-friendly trail is popular with adventurers of all levels and takes about 2-4 hours to complete.
Being new to a sport can be intimidating, embrace the sport, make new friends and find out through that new friendship why that person is crushing the 13's! I'm sure it will help with your motivation.
"I would say simply that the mountains are for everyone. I think no matter what level of outdoor adventurer you are - from weekend hikers to professional alpine climbers - we can all get out in it. "