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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.

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but what happens in Nelson Kootenay Lake you’ll want to share with your friends and family. Skiing pillowy,…

The imposing peaks of the Dolomites often guard their weaknesses with long approaches. Some look totally unrideable until you’re already many hours in—only then do…

An arriving swell. Falling snow. Two forces, or one and the same? Two board sports legends, Pipeline master Gerry Lopez and snowsurf pioneer Taro Tamai,…

This is an absolutely beautiful story…in an absolutely stunning place.

PRESS RELEASE: Bjarne Salen and Endlessflow Films proudly presents a new documentary film ‘Dream Line’. The 1 hour documentary explores the merging of the dreamworld…

Sherpas Cinema digs deep in their native Rocky Mountains. Check out this teaser for an upcoming series on Banff National Park by the master filmmakers….

What I Do In Whistler from nsmb.com on Vimeo. Nice work, boys. This is amazing.

  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…

B.C. is heaven for mountain bikers who like challenging terrain, and for the past week Singletrack 6 has been showing riders some of the best…

PRESS RELEASE: Stellar Heli Skiing, announces that it has taken on active investment partners to bolster its management and operational team as it continues to…

This story originally appeared in the summer 2013 “Home Issue” of Coast Mountain Culture.  The atmosphere is ebullient and nervous. Floating on their knees, seven…

This story first appeared in Coast Mountain Culture‘s Home Issue, Summer 2013. When Squamish-based photographer Dave Humphreys had his office broken into and $50,000 of…

VENTURA, Calif. (March 31, 2014) — Patagonia, Inc., the outdoor apparel company, today launched its Simple Fly Fishing campaign – a program designed to demystify fly…

For Vancouver surfers, finding waves usually means a flight, a ferry or a dash south to Washington. But every so often it blows hard enough…

Rossland shredder and filmmaker Colston VB launches his new, beautifully edited and action-packed edit, “Blackout.” “The crash in the middle was a season-ender; I tore…

Kootenay kayaker Carl Jacks and his merry band of uber gnarly whitewater addicts dive deep into one of the last un-run rivers in North America….

Izzy Lynch and Robin O’Neill are on assignment for next winter’s edition of KMC Magazine. We asked them to report from the field. Here is…

One of our editors had the pleasurable task of driving from Nelson to Vancouver. A drive we at the KMC/CMC staff do quite regularly. Not…

Thank the great weather spirits there’s been a change in the, um, weather. It was beginning to feel like a month long repeat of Groundhog…

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….