Quick shot happenings in the mountain culture universe (which is actually quite big). Only sometimes to we go into space.
“The climate is changing and so are we.” Kootenay youth band together to help bring down emissions and build resilience. By Ella Korth and Linn Murray.
Born in Tasmania in 1870, the Blundstone boot can now be found on millions of feet on every continent. And this year the family-owned company celebrates its 150th anniversary.
Now available for free screen on CBC Gem, the “Creatures of Convenience” documentary will have you rethinking your trash. We interview producer Momme Halbe about how it all came together.
It’s never been more important for Kootenay residents to shop locally. This is how.
Powder Magazine has unveiled its cover design for the final edition and it’s a nod to the very first issue printed in 1972.
The latest Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine has landed in stores this week. Appropriately, it’s the “Phoenix Issue.”
Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine goes road-tripping in our backyard to discover the best trails and ales. Giddy up.
Last month regular contributor Steve Ogle and KMC editor Vince Hempsall climbed a new route up a beautiful swath of virgin slab in Valhalla Provincial Park near Cahill Lake. These are the details.
The Cottonwood Lake Preservation Society is trying to raise $180,000 by Aug 31, 2020 as a first milestone to purchase 49 hectares of mature forest above Cottonwood Lake, and save it from private land logging. This is how you can help.
The lifts are moving, the trails are groomed, and the wildflowers are just starting to bloom. Here’s why you should visit Sun Peaks now.
One industry that is exploding during Covid is electric bikes. This is why. And if you don’t have one yet, this is why you should get one.
Racism in all its forms is not unique to the US. Here are some organizations in British Columbia and Canada fighting for equality that we think are worth you checking out.
National Geographic photographer Adam Schluter was given unprecedented access to capture every major iconic moment of Covid-19 in Las Vegas, LA, San Francisco and other cities. This is how and why.
A Kootenay rock climbing association has announced it’s raised enough funds to purchase the most popular rock climbing area in Castlegar, British Columbia.
We’ve all seen the bad news. But what good news stories are happening out there during the Covid-19 global pandemic? We’re collecting them all here.
What’s the Motocross Grand Prix look like? Kootenay photographer Conrad Swetland travels to England to find out. Here’s his slideshow.
Bass Coast, the annual music and art festival held in Merritt, British Columbia, has announced its theme for the 2020 and it’s equal parts future and the past.
The Town of Canmore, Alberta has implemented a studded bike tire incentive program for its residents this season. This is how it works and why every community should do the same.
American company Powdr has entered the Canadian ski market with the acquisition of Silverstar Mountain Resort near Vernon, British Columbia.
Louisa Gilbert of Wild Bus Films has turned a simple yellow school bus into an off-grid travelling palace. This is #vanlife levelled up. Here’s how she did it.