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VIDEO: Travis Rice’s Dream Line

Watch Travis Rice’s video game-like line in deep British Columbia powder, captured on his GoPro.

Up Your Camping Game by Taking it to New Heights

This summer, don’t watch tv, don’t scroll all night through Instagram and don’t stay indoors. Get outdoors and sleep the closest you can get to the stars at Fernie Alpine Resort’s quintessential mountain top camping experience.

5 Reasons Why it’s a Whole New Horseshoe

Big changes are afoot at Horseshoe Resort! Here’s why it’s a whole new Horseshoe.

Major Investment at Stoneham

Stoneham Mountain Resort is proud to announce a major investment for the 2017-2018 season with the installation of a new lift.

Dear Betty Bee

North Face athlete Ingrid Backstrom has a letter to her one-year-old daughter, who’s taught her to enjoy the simple things in life.

Stacey Bodnaruk, Unfiltered

Artist Stacey Bodnaruk uses "art-ography" to capture her own unique brew of digitally manipulated photography.

Christopher Nicolson Wins Sammy Award

Ski Area Management Magazine recently announced the three winners of their Sammy Leadership Awards. One of the award winners was Christopher Nicolson, the President and CEO of the Canada West Ski Areas Association.

Nose to the (Grouse) Grindstone

Although the extended winter weather has delayed the opening of the trail, it’s time to start training for The Grouse Grind Mountain Run, as it will be returning on Saturday, September 16th for its 27th year!

Selkirk College Distinguished Alumnus Rises to Peak of the Ski Industry

Selkirk College will award ski industry veteran Steve Paccagnan at the upcoming Graduation 2017 ceremony at the Castlegar Campus with the Distinguished Alumnus honour to recognize his excellence in advancing outdoor recreation in Canada.

Heightened Awareness: How Mountain Resorts – and Guests – Can be Better Environmental Citizens

Minimizing the environmental impacts of a mountain resort is a balancing act. From chairlifts to snowmaking, waste management and night ski lights, challenges change based on season, local weather and climate.