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Quick shot happenings in the mountain culture universe (which is actually quite big). Only sometimes to we go into space.

We here at the Mountain Culture Group are proud to launch our new Winter 2015/16 issues of Kootenay Mountain Culture and Coast Mountain Culture Magazines….

No matter what thrilling endeavour you’ve done in the Kootenays, nothing totally prepares you for the “wow” factor that is ziplining 90 metres above Kokanee Creek.

Selkirk-Tangiers has come up with a long-line rack solution for heli-biking. We sent our editor to try it. Turns out the pampered life ain’t so…

Evolving from its grassroots groove, the Squamish Mountain Fest celebrates a decade of rock, with a new move or two. Now y’all can get way…

Mark your calendars — the Arc’teryx Climbing Academy in Squamish, BC is happening July 10-12, 2015!

This evocative multi-touch e-book is a fascinating and interactive foray into Mount Everest culture told by two of Canada’s most eminent mountaineers. Pat Morrow, who…

(Fernie, BC) – This time last year, Fernie Brewing Co. answered to many a call of the hop heads. A series of four IPA’s launched…

Twice a year we go on a 7500-kilometre road trip to distribute copies of KMC and CMC magaiznes. Our friends at Hitcase keep our phones…

Against Me!, Transgender Dysphoria Blues (Total Treble Music), 2014 On the title track of the sixth studio offering from Gainesville, Florida, band Against Me!, singer Laura…

  Like an elfin, other worldly apparition in mid-summer’s heat, Chad Sayers checks in on G3’s new website with a classic vagabond travelog set in…

With over 80 years of experience in the technical apparel industry, no one understands better than the 7mesh Industries team that the best performing garments…

Not sure about you, but in winter we get thirsty for darker, stronger beers. Stoked to see our friends at Tree Brewing are launching a…

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…

We recently received a very beautiful letter from Rowena Eloise from the remote community of Argenta, BC, on Kootenay Lake. It’s not often you get…

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…

The new winter edition of KMC marks the 10th anniversary of the publication, and the Nelson Star recently caught up with Publisher Peter Moynes to…

Many of you may have already read the piece in the winter issue on Rob Newsom. He’s an interesting and gregarious individual who seems to have…

We are effectively turning it up to 11 with the launch of our 10th Anniversary Issue, currently at our printer’s in Vancouver. Not only is…