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  • 5 Tips for Better Ice Climbing Images

    When it comes to capturing ice climbing images, to me any day out is a good day, although there are definitely a few shortcuts I have discovered over the years that have helped me come away with warm hands and some images that I am proud of. Here are a…

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  • The Fairmont Spa: Ultimate Luxury at Jasper Park Lodge

    Hidden away in the spectacular landscape of Jasper National Park lies the luxury spa of the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Surrounded by magnificent scenery of rugged mountains and pristine lakes, the spa is the perfect place to unwind, rejuvenate and take in the wild beauty of Jasper. It just so…

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  • Valentine’s Day: Rocky Mountains Romance

    Whether you’re deeply in love, on a first date, or flying solo, Valentine’s Day comes creeping around the corner when we least suspect it. The Canadian Rockies are the perfect destination for a romantic getaway with your significant other, but they also provide some great spots to meet new people,…

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  • Expert Tips for Nightscape Photography from Kahli April

    In this 3-part series, we discuss discuss mountain photography with local photographers. In this installment, we chatted with Kahli April, who specializes in landscape and nightscape photography. Stay tuned for our conversations on wildlife photography with Brandon T. Brown and action photography with Tyler Weber.  Originally from Australia, Kahli studied…

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  • Freeriding in Golden BC: From secret stash to international mecca

    The art of freeriding is the combination of creativity and athleticism, compelled by a constant desire to progress. It involves a passion for extreme, big mountain terrain and a drive to always try something new, something different, something better. It stems from a desire to exist in the mountains and…

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  • Tips for Visiting Jasper in Winter

    During wintertime, the sleepy town of Jasper turns into a sparkling winter wonderland, where the waterfalls freeze into jaw-dropping pillars of ice, the alpine bowls are at their prime for skiing and boarding, and cozying up by a warm fireplace in a log cabin at the end of the day…

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  • Expert Tips for Ice Climbing Photography from Tyler Weber

    In this 3-part series, we discuss discuss mountain photography with local photographers. In this installment, we chatted with Tyler Weber, who specializes in landscape and action shots, including ice climbing photography. Want to learn more? See our conversations on wildlife photography with Brandon T. Brown and nightscape photography with Kahli…

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  • Banff’s Battle of the Bands is just the beginning for Panic Station

    What started over 10 years ago as two high school friends learning their instruments and practicing together has grown into Panic Station: a local garage rock band consisting of Adam Bronsch on vocals and guitar, and Eli Twoyoungmen, who plays percussion. “We were really bad to start!” laughs Bronsch. Both…

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  • Expert Tips on Wildlife Photography from Brandon T. Brown

    In this 3-part series, we discuss discuss mountain photography with local photographers. In this installment, we chatted with Brandon T. Brown, who specializes in nature and wildlife photography. Want to learn more? See our upcoming conversations on action photography with Tyler Weber and nightscape photography with Kahli April.  Originally from…

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  • Freeride World Tour 2020: Interview with Michelle Locke

    The first competition of the Freeride World Tour is just around the corner! We had a chance to chat with Banff’s own Michelle Locke, who will be competing on the tour this year. This is Michelle’s second time on the world tour, and she’s ready to compete with the world’s…

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