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.
In the Media
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
Embrace winter along BC’s Powder Highway by Ernest Doroszuk – If your idea of a winter holiday only involves palm trees and beaches, you’re missing out. It’s time to make peace with the season and head to a place where the cold is embraced and enjoyed. READ MORE
Namaste! Yoga Retreat in British Columbia’s Kootenay Lake Region by Ann N. Yungmeyer – A place of natural beauty and a hub for wellness and recreation, the Kootenay Rockies turned out to be the perfect backdrop for building the Ashram, a yoga retreat and learning centre. READ ARTICLE
Project: Powder Highway, Tom Wallisch and the North Face Explore British Columbia and five of the most iconic ski areas including RED Mountain Resort, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort and Panorama Mountain Resort. READ STORY
Stays & Ways – The Josie Hotel, a cozy base for super skiing in Rossland, BC by Susan Nerberg – With a great food scene and an annual snowfall of seven metres, Rossland should be on your radar for winter fun.
The Best of Yoho National Park by Robin & Arlene Karpan – British Columbia’s Yoho National Park ranks among Canada’s most magnificent landscapes. The name says it all.
Kid-friendly Canada: Hidden Gems Abound in the Kootenay Rockies by Dana Rebmann – Some of the best family adventures take place when there’s no snow on the ground. Featured is Nelson, Ainsworth Hot Springs, Kaslo, Rossland and Kokanee Creek Provincial Park.