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The urban landscape, where streets become rivers and buildings mountains. Take an adventure into the wilds of Seattle, Portland, Vancouver and Victoria, not to mention, mountain-hued cities from around the world.

Filmed recently during the peak of autumn, this time-lapse of Nelson, British Columbia, truly captures the magic of the Queen City in the heart of…

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…

The almighty hop has graced beer with flavour and stability since the ninth century. More recently, the Pacific Northwest’s own bitter-but-blessed holy water — the…

He’s done with this place. The fickle weather. The giant smallness of it. Everywhere he goes, it seems, there’s a requisite hug, a wave, the…

As the swifts gather their numbers overhead, human families snack on KFC, or, this being Portland, Tilth-certified vegan picnics washed down by sulfite-free Pinot. At…

It was a Cascadian kayaking feat that will never be repeated. How a mad mountain scientist and one seriously sick spaniard unlocked keyhole falls for…

KAVU wanted to celebrate the launch of KAVU apparel, bags and accessories in Canada so they spent a weekend in Fernie packed full of long…

Seattle outdoor brand KAVU wanted to celebrate the launch of their apparel, bag and accessories line in Canada so they spent a weekend in Fernie…

Fernie is a mountain town, with four distinct and very different seasons, each offering a mountain of activities and adventures. So once spring officially arrives,…

If you were in Fernie on January 17th, 2012, you were a very lucky, incredibly smart person. While the West Kootenays has been getting hammered…

Colston VB, a mega shredder from Rossland, BC, builds a new Salomon prototype in his back yard, rips on Red Sucks, digs on Douglas and…

A piece from Greg Osadchuk’s new work, “Nelson in HDR”. Greg is documenting Nelson one building at a time in HDR. Prints and cards available…

Kimberley’s Dirtbag Festival goes this October. If you’re a “dirtbag” and you like creating stuff: slideshows, movies and music, take a look at the site…