March is the perfect month to ski the Okanagan and take in one of the great late-season parties.
From bowling to ballet to bacon, here are some of the best ways to get out and enjoy the mountains this month.
Soaking in an open-air hot spring on a snowy day is a classic Canadian experience.
There are special events happening this weekend in Canmore, Banff and Lake Louise.
Take a historic trip up Highway 93 from Lake Louise to Jasper.
Whether you prefer adventurous outdoor activities, trying new dishes or doing something artsy, there’s something for you during Jasper in January. The festival begins this weekend and runs until January 31.
The nine buildings that make up the Leighton Artists' Colony are where creativity happens. One is mostly made of glass and another made out of a boat.
Lake Louise Ski Resort now has a full-service sushi restaurant within the Lodge of Ten Peaks.
Ski at four different resorts in two countries, all in one week.
The charming town on the doorstep of Banff National Park is a hub for outdoorsy winter fun.
The ski resorts here can learn a lot from their European elders.
Breaking into backcountry ski touring is a lot less intimidating when you have professional help.
Even staunch winter-haters can appreciate the gorgeousness of alpine peaks all covered in snow.
Spend an entire day at The Banff Centre, experiencing art galleries, libraries, shows and workshops. There is even a restaurant and place to stay.
It’s not easy to get your kids on the hill, but it’s worth it.
Wintertime in the mountains is the most romantic season for those who are up for a little adventure.
Calgarians are fortunate to live within driving distance of top-notch alpine resorts. Here’s what’s going down this season at our favourite hills.
The Olympic silver medallist and Canmore mom tells us which trails to try.