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.
The 2015/16 ski and snowboard season is right around the corner. Here are the opening dates for all our favourite hills.
Here's where to do it.
Spend the weekend powering down, getting out into the fresh mountain air and admiring the stars in a dark sky preserve.
When there is no snow and it’s too cold for mountain biking, there is nothing left to do but eat and drink.
With the mountains decked out in full autumnal glory, here are the best hikes for Calgarians in search of fall colours.
No muss, no fuss and no Winnebago bus. “Rough it” in a mountainside cabin instead.
Banff will always have classics like the hot springs and the Johnston Canyon hike, but there are new things to experience as well. Here’s a rundown of some of the latest and greatest Banff has to offer.
Admire the mountains from a canoe or kayak in Banff and Invermere this season.
The summer is the time to try new things. This year, try out rock climbing, caving or a ropes course.
Adrenaline junkies on the hunt for a new way to feel that rush of endorphins this season should try these mountain biking trails in Kananaskis, Banff, Canmore, Golden, Fernie and the Columba Valley.
So for those who like authentic camping in the middle of no where and for those who prefer to stay in a more luxurious oTENTik.