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Canada: a land with fewer people, more land, and a never-ending menu of adventure. Look east to the Maritimes’ misty shorelines whispering with history; follow the land west, moving through every clime imaginable. Canada’s expanse holds variation: rainforests and deserts, glaciers and baked beaches.
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Yes, we’ve all heard about the mountains calling and you must go. John Muir rolls in his grave each time you say it, because more than likely you are posting it to your Facebook update and then watching the likes roll in rather than posting it on Facebook and getting...
Planning a winter trip to Nelson? Our fans recommend their top three things to do, including skiing at Whitewater, soaking in Ainsworth Hot Springs and experiencing the food scene....
If you find yourself in West Kootenay, you’ve found yourself in one of the wildest places in British Columbia.
Nelson might be a small ski town, but when the community pulls together, it works wonders.
That's the premise behind "40 Years Young", a film celebrating Whitewater's 40th anniversary this season.
4 Fierce Pro Skiers — And Oh Yes; They’re Women!
With pristine lakes, beaches, alpine meadows and snow-capped mountains, BC’s Kootenay Rockies region has no shortage of spectacular places to photograph. Being a Nelson local, the West Kootenays is one of my favourite areas to photograph.
Love exploring waterfalls? Here are five great waterfalls to visit next time your in BC's West Kootenay area, courtesy of our resident Nelson blogger....
5 Ski Area Mascots Everyone Should Know About
Your in-town weekend plans cleared themselves from your schedule at the last minute and you suddenly find yourself on Friday morning with a weekend free and clear of demands. Being the go-getter you are, there’s no way you’re sitting at home, staring at the television (in fact, you should try...
There’s a secret to enjoying the cold days of winter: Fully embrace it.
Looking for some suggestions on how to take advantage of your weekend in Kamloops this winter? Here are our Facebook fans' top five suggestions....
Many hikers haven’t conquered the summits on their bucket list. Their reason? They’re not able to hack it, physically.
Hiking is probably one of the easiest outdoor activities to get into: the basic gear comes down to a sturdy pair of shoes (and even then, some argue for the barefoot movement). While easy trails don’t require much of us, physically, the most rewarding trails often ask us to put some work in — and the payoff is often worth the effort. If you’re ready to explore further but your body isn’t, here are several ways to get yourself trail-ready.