It's more fun to learn a new skill — or improve a skill you already have — when you're in a group.
Sample the very best food that Banff has to offer at this five-day culinary event.
Mountain-town pride festivals take the urban-pride scene and add fresh air, striking scenery and skiing. Here are three key alpine prides to add to your winter calendar.
From snowy days spent outside to indoor dining delights, this is what's going down in the mountains near Calgary in January 2017.
Rental shops and used sports stores make it easy for anyone to enjoy this winter sport.
From Santa sightings on the slopes to seasonal dinners and dances, this is what's going down in the mountains this month.
How the alpine lodges you love deck their halls for the Christmas season.
Resort season’s passholders on what they love most about their home mountains.
These products will keep you cozy, connected and dry. (Plus, we found the skis you're going to want this season.)
If you're looking to try something a little different this winter, consider activities like ski-joring, snowkiting and ice climbing.
Elevate your mountain getaway with a culinary high at these five alpine lodges where the in-house dining is reason enough to reserve a room.
If you're a skier with foot pain, chances are, this will be the best money you’ll spend all winter.
Early season skiing, World Cup races, film and foodie festivals and bighorn sheep getting crazy with the head-butting. This is what's happening in the mountains this month.
After a $26 million redevelopment, the Banff Gondola summit now features two eateries, a coffee shop, a theatre, a 360-degree observation deck, educational exhibits and more.
Stargazing, spas, grizzly bears and ghosts — this is what's happening in the mountains this month.
Indulgent alpine escapes to winterize your skin and soothe your soul.
The scenic city in the heart of the West Kootenays offers a slice of mountain life in a heritage setting.
From crashing cars to tossing cabers, this is what's going down in the mountains this month.
Getting out into the mountains on a horse is the antidote to urban fatigue.
From paddling in Kananaskis to picking huckleberries at Castle Mountain, here's what's going down in the mountains this month.