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It’s a monumentally tenuous relationship in this day and age. The environment is what both sustains us and inspires us. In the mountains our natural surroundings are visibly alive, full of inspiration and danger, beauty and catastrophe. We explore everything from animals to geology, the weather to wilderness.

In a world fueled by social media and laden with hyperbole, it’s often easy to get caught up in the biggest, baddest, deepest and greatest….

Our friends at Mount Carlyle Backcountry Lodge have a few spots open. Read about their iconic leader the Bald Bomber in the newest issue of…

This is big news. Patagonia Inc., the outdoor apparel company and CMC partner, is proud to announce its plans to offer Fair Trade Certified™ apparel…

This is big news. Patagonia Inc., the outdoor apparel company and CMC partner, is proud to announce its plans to offer Fair Trade Certified™ apparel…

Known for their gritty storytelling and spectacular visuals, American production house, Sweetgrass Productions is set to release their latest feature ski and snowboard film, Valhalla…

Ventura, CA (September 23, 2013)— From October 1 through December 16, 2013, the 2014 Mugs Stump Award will be accepting grant applications from small climbing teams…

On September 24th, the Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films and the Vancouver Aquarium are very pleased to present the world premiere of the documentary “Tide…

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….

The Teck Rossland Mountain Film Festival is set to celebrate its 14th year of existence this November, the annual festival running from Wednesday the 13th…

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?

Thank you to Canoe & Kayak for permission to run this Q&A with the Coast Mountain Culture sponsored Henry Brothers.  By Conor Mihell  On June…

This past March 16th, the Black Rock Oceanfront Resort hosted their first annual West Coast Photo Showdown, a fundraiser the Pacific Rim Whale Festival, and Coast…

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,…

They are one of the most talented production houses in winter sports today. A fusion of young American filmakers who somehow made their way to…