Fat biking started as an adaptation to make mountain bikes usable throughout the winter has become popular in the Canadian Rockies.
Have you discovered the frozen bubbles on many of the lakes and reservoirs throughout the Canadian Rockies?
The craft beverage scene became popular on the west coast but has since caught a strong hold in Alberta. It’s only fitting, really, with the province’s deep agricultural roots and access to seemingly unlimited grains. Connecting with the area’s natural resources has created more than just delicious drinks for everyone to enjoy; it connects people […]
Here are four key players for this magazine discussing our local secrets and what we love to do during the winter months.
Looking for that perfect weekend getaway?Jasper is close enough to make the drive, but far enough away to make it the perfect mountain escape.
After a long hiatus, events are returning to the mountains! It's time to get out and reconnect with the arts and we couldn’t be more excited.
Banff is a winter playground. To stay warm, you need to wear the right layers. Here's our advice on how to dress for winter in the mountains!
Nightrise is the perfect setting to dance under the stars and feel the power of the mountainscapes under an entirely new light.
CanGOLF is Canmore's newest indoor entertainment venue and restaurant. The little mountain town has been waiting for something like this!
The leaves are changing, the temperature is cooling, and the nights are getting longer… all sure signs that it’s time to celebrate Banff Pride!
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.
Banff's Art in Nature Trail combines artwork, forests, rivers and mountains to create a magical connection to the natural world.