Apres-Ski Dining at Panorama Mountain Resort by Megan Hill – Northwest powder hounds know British Columbia’s Powder Highway as a destination for winter adventures. The highway links eight ski resorts. Dining options range from village-based restaurants to one-of-a-kind mountainside experiences.
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No lift lines and 10 more surprises at Panorama Ski Resort by Rachel Oakes-Ash – Panorama Mountain Resort is the ‘it’ resort of Canada right now – No lift lines, Big terrain, Kicking Horse Coffee at Summit Hut, The Monster Hologram, Raclette with a view, Snowlicious food cat, Cabin life …
Top Things to do in Fernie, BC in Winter by Leigh McAdam – A true mountain town with a laid-back vibe and great community spirit, great recreation out the back door, excellent dining, loads of locally owned shops and more.
A new online travel magazine, posts a number of Powder Highway stories by Susan Reifer including: SKIING’s Coolest Distilleries which includes Fernie & Revelstoke, Craft Coffee Roasters Take to the Hills which includes Oso Negro in Nelson and What’s for Lunch? featuring Nelson & Fernie.
READ ARTICLES AT LINKS ABOVE, and PHOTO GALLERY.
Winter R and R in Rossland by Catherine Dunwoody – The charming, unpretentious city of Rossland offers the perfect family winter getaway, pleasing everyone from parents to tweens. The Josie, North America’s newest boutique hotel is situated right at the base of Red Mountain Resort.
Eat well and ski hard on British Columbia’s Powder Highway by Megan Hill – Skiers know British Columbia’s Powder Highway as a place full of quirky towns, local ski resorts and some of the best skiing a powder hound could ask for.
9 Wellness Resorts to Help You Reset & Recharge by Christina Valhouli – The new year is a chance to step back, reflect and recalibrate. One of the best ways to jump start healthy living in 2019 is to check into a wellness resort such as the Kootenay Rockies’ Mountain Trek Resort at Ainsworth Hot Springs.
Rigged by Susan Reifer Ryan – Sometimes the best-laid-plans – like a powder-packed RV trip in the dead of winter get a hard reality check. This is one of those times. The whole RV ski trip was my big idea and initially it seemed like a good one: Rent a motorhome – ideally an Airstream – and ramble around Western Canada on an extended ski safari with the husband. Bring the dog.
Tour de Suds by Susan Reifer Ryan – The BC Ale Trail leads, often indirectly, to the province’s best breweries. Lucky for you, these happen to be in ski towns. The Powder Highway isn’t actually one highway, and BC’s Ale Trail isn’t really a trail. Both meander their way up, down and around the mountain ranges that define British Columbia’s landscape.
5 Perfect Winter Road Trips by Megan Michelson – Forget airline storm delays and baggage fees. The best way to travel this winter is by hitting the open road: Fernie to Golden to Nelson, British Columbia are included on the Powder Highway.