I have perceiv’d that to be with those I like is enough,
To stop in company with the rest at evening is enough,
To be surrounded by beautiful, curious, breathing, laughing flesh is enough,
To pass among them ... read more
For the unchurched among us, finding sacredness in the everyday means not caring about tomorrow.
FOR A CERTAIN BREED of self-absorbed thinker, the latest news from Banff’s Sunshine Village resort is mixed, at best. For the 2015–16 ... read more
Tofino’s progressive raincoast education society keeps kids curious about our coastlines.
Long before Europeans landed on these shores, the Cascadian Subduction Zone has terrified denizens of the Pacific Northwest. The region has endured six earthquakes of magnitude 9.0 — or more — over the past 100 ... read more
Whistler, British Columbia, illustrator Kate Zessel draws her inspiration from the mountains where she lives and from the elusive creatures that inhabit them. The 25-year-old Vancouver native grew up spending her weekends in Whistler, where ... read more
Because weather does her own thang, and really, why should we even care?
Words: Mitchell Scott Photo: Bruno Long
It wasn’t too many years ago we published our “Seven Summits, Seven Stories” feature in the World of Mountain Culture issue. We ran across this cool image that denotes the highest peaks on each of the world’s seven continents. Enjoy.
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