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Need we say more. Those big giant things alive with rock fall and avalanche, where kinetic energy dances with our euphorias and fears.

After years of exploring Alaska’s mountains with helicopters, skier Pep Fujas sets out on foot, out of a remote basecamp, to explore the Tordrillo Mountains….

Ed Natyshak is a big, brash, friendly 45-year-old with a relentlessly positive attitude and a huge voice. His words boom off the Kootenay mountainsides. His…

  Where do you find your home?

For millennia, Bigfoot has evaded capture and definitive conclusion. Despite myriad monster hunters, top-secret DNA evidence and a $2-million bounty, the creature has been found…

I had the opportunity to dive deep into the Selkirks this winter. From the mountains north of Kaslo, to deep to the west behind Nakusp,…

“Antoine Boisselier has stared across at the Belledonne Mountains his whole life. He’s always dreamed of laying ski tracks on their difficult-to-access slopes. Two years…

The Union are a collective of talented mountain bike writers, filmmakers, photographers and explorers. They also happen to be Coast Mountain VCulture contributors. As such,…

Snow. Light. Wind. Temperature. Mindset. Ability. Luck. These are all factors that influence the outcome of every day spent in the mountains. Skiers are a…

KMC Editor-in-Chief Mitchell Scott and contributing photographer Dave Heath recently spent a week at Mount Carlyle Lodge in the Selkirk Mountains just north of Kaslo,…

“In Iceland’s rough and remote Westfjords region, Chad Sayers, Forrest Coots, and Chad Manley step back in time to revisit a way of life that…

Brian “The Bald Bomber” Cross, a former prospector and owner of Mount Carlyle Lodge in the Selkirks, is known for exploring the local mountains for…

EVOC Sports’ North America Ski Team 2012 video is a short film showcasing the mountains around Whistler, BC, and the athletes that ski for EVOC….

“The Book of Mountains 3D” – a new film about skiing from Action Brothers, now in 3D! The film stars Ivan Oleynik, Ivan Malakhov, Nicholas…

Two Nelson adventurers have entered the history books by becoming the first people to complete a self-propelled adventure to the summit of Gimli Peak in…

Cariboo Mountain Culture Unveiled in Wells The 6h annual 7 Summits Bike and Hike Challenge begins on September 15. It starts by cycling up the Main Street of…

Despite the underwhelming winter of 2011-12, in which snowfall reached near record lows and unstable avalanche conditions,the Powderwhores were able to make the most of…

A warm plate of lingonberry, potatoes, and meat beckons to my knife and fork. A plate of comfort food, even. But, I haven’t traveled all…

Ski touring in the first week of April is always a good move. Long days, reliably cold temps, convective flurries, and a deep (usually) stable…

    When I see the words “athletic fit” on a product tag, I get scared. Too many après beers and a lust for good food…

Writer Vince Shuley reports on the upcoming KMC sponsored Kootenay Coldsmoke Festival this weekend at Whitewater Winter Resort. Check out his article in the Whistler-based…