Shredding Canada’s Towering Powder Highway is like Skiing through Time by Shauna Farnell – The world’s avid skiers and snowboarders likely regard BC’s Powder Highway — a jaw-dropping collection of mountain towns, hot springs and monolithic slopes.
In the Media
How to Hit All of Canada’s Best Ski Resorts on One Epic, Powdery Road Trip by Todd Plummer – Insiders have long considered the Kootenay Rockies as one of the best in the world for true snow sports connoisseurs; a place where untamed adventure thrives.
Barron’s Lifestyle Online Magazine – Great Escapes: The Epitome of Winter in Canada’s Powder Highway by Geoff Nudelman – The Powder Highway features an embarrassment of outdoor riches, chiefly top-notch snow that blankets eight ski resorts.
Seven Long-Distance Trails You Should Hike This Year by Megan Michelson – The list includes Kootenay National Park’s Rockwall Trail, a classic Canadian Rocky Mountain multi-day trek.
Big Mountains for Beginners: The Tamer side of BC’s Powder Highway by Bonnie Munday – You don’t have to be an expert skier to make the most of a winter getaway in the Kootenay Rockies.
A Tale of 3 Ski Resorts by Robin Esrock – Red Mountain, Revelstoke and Sun Peaks make family of four beginners feel at home. For first-timers, few sports intimidate like skiing.
An International Guide to the World of Apres Ski by Todd Plummer – the rundown of where to go (and what to drink) including The Josie at RED Mountain Resort and The Griz at Fernie Alpine Resort.
The Best of Fernie, BC in 3 Days by Vawn Himmelsbach – Chase some of the greatest powder in the west in this cute Canadian ski town.
The Dog-Friendly Mountain Resort to Visit This Winter by Katharine Erwin – It can be challeng-ing for winter adventurers to bring their dogs with them on mountain getaways, but Nipika eco Resort welcomes canine visitors with open arms – no leashes required. READ ARTICLE