Taking steps to protect the mountains doesn’t have to be a gargantuan effort, and it doesn’t have to be riddled with guilt.
Humans have long been mesmerized by the northern lights. Discover the secrets to these dazzling displays in the Canadian Rockies.
The cover of this summer's WHERE Canadian Rockies features an adorable bear cub, photographed by Barrett Hedges of BearHead Photography.
The mountain landscapes are changing. Local galleries are showing art with a message to bring light to the plight of these environments.
On June 28th 1969, a riot broke out at the Stonewall Inn in NYC as the LGBTQ community took to the streets in a multi-day battle to fight for their equality. That moment is why June is recognized far and wide as Pride Month. But throughout the year, many different Pride weeks are celebrated in […]
Banff has a buffalo shaped mountain right in the centre that boasts a popular hike and sparked many conversations about its name.
The Whyte Museum’s summer exhibit Canoe is a reflection of the Canadian icon as well as a celebration of artwork spanning over 200 years.
The Columbia Wetlands are the largest intact wetlands in North America. They stretch between Canal Flats and Golden.
Mountain Galleries has promoted Canadian art from living artists and shared mountain culture for three decades.
One of Jasper’s most majestic winter attractions is Maligne Canyon. In the winter, it’s a frozen wonderland of rock and ice.
Nightrise is the perfect setting to dance under the stars and feel the power of the mountainscapes under an entirely new light.
The instillation of a Pride Sidewalk painted by the Town of Canmore started a conversation amongst the community: Why don’t we have a Canmore Pride? So with the leadership of a group of dedicated volunteers, Canmore Pride is happening from September 16-19.