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Saving the Season: We can all do our part to keep the Rockies wild Main Photo

Saving the Season: We can all do our part to keep the Rockies wild

Taking steps to protect the mountains doesn’t have to be a gargantuan effort, and it doesn’t have to be riddled with guilt.

Winter Activity Guide Main Photo

Winter Activity Guide

Visiting the mountains? We’ve rounded up the best ways to spend your day in our Where Canadian Rockies’ Winter Activity Guide.

Bears on the Cover with BearHead Photography Main Photo

Bears on the Cover with BearHead Photography

The cover of this summer's WHERE Canadian Rockies features an adorable bear cub, photographed by Barrett Hedges of BearHead Photography.

Where the Wild Things Are Main Photo

Where the Wild Things Are

Everyone loves seeing bears in the mountains. When it comes to seeing and learning about wildlife in the Rockies, here’s what we recommend.

Valentine’s Day in the Rockies Main Photo

Valentine’s Day in the Rockies

Valentine’s Day will be here in the blink of an eye. The Rockies are bursting with fun date night ideas to help you celebrate — here are a few to consider.

Product Review: Montec Winter Gear Main Photo

Product Review: Montec Winter Gear

Here’s our take on Montec: a Swedish clothing company taking the mountains by storm with their jackets that go from the slopes to the streets.

Bundled Up Main Photo

Bundled Up

Winter is cold, but you don't have to be! Get bundled up in this winter's top looks. They're all available right here in the Canadian Rockies.

Beautiful Bubbles Main Photo

Beautiful Bubbles

Have you discovered the frozen bubbles on many of the lakes and reservoirs throughout the Canadian Rockies?

Mountain Style Main Photo

Mountain Style

Take a breath of mountain air this summer. Get ready for whatever the season brings your way with the best looks, available right here in the Canadian Rockies!

A Day on the Water: Summer in the Canadian Rockies Main Photo

A Day on the Water: Summer in the Canadian Rockies

Whether it’s a glacier holding pure fresh water, a stately alpine lake on top of a mountain, a flowing river with rapids, or a cool refreshing rain, there are many ways to connect with water in the Canadian Rockies.