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New Snow Brings Even Better Skiing to the Rockies

New Snow Brings Even Better Skiing to the Rockies March 7, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
A Cabin at Panorama Mountain Village - Photo by Tourism British Columbia/David Gluns Snowfall has been terrific in many parts of the Canadian Rockies region during the last two weeks, adding to an already excellent opportunity for skiing and snowboarding. Many resorts continue their showcase of winter...

Rockies’ Resorts Gear Up for Action During 2011 Winter Events

Rockies’ Resorts Gear Up for Action During 2011 Winter Events February 24, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Kimberley Alpine Resort - Photo by Henry Georgi Most skiers in the Northwest need no introduction to the Rockies, Canada’s winter playland. With more than 12 ski resorts and areas in the Canadian Rockies overall, and snowfall at some resorts at 23 feet (Fernie) and counting, skiers and snowboarders...

The Spectacular Rockies Experience

The Spectacular Rockies Experience February 16, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Everyone has his or her vision of what makes the Canadian Rockies a spectacular experience. For some it is the unparalleled opportunities for skiing and snowboarding. There are more than a dozen ski resorts and ski areas within driving distance of each other. Resorts like Kicking Horse Resort with its...

Riding the Gondola at Lake Louise

Riding the Gondola at Lake Louise July 17, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Riding the Gondola at Lake Louise Lake Louise offers stunning turquoise waters surrounded by the Canadian Rockies.  As if the picturesque views from the lakeshore weren’t enough, you can get even better views by taking a ride on the Lake Louise Gondola. While it may not be the perfect choice for those...

Remote Mountain Luxury in British Columbia

Remote Mountain Luxury in British Columbia May 11, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
The Dairy Queen Blizzard was sitting like stale porridge in my stomach when the Canadian Helicopters employee announced that it was time for “weigh in.” Apparently the 25 pound luggage limit was supplemented with a “no fat people” policy when it came to shuttling guests by chopper...

Hut-to-Hut Skiing, Canadian Style

Hut-to-Hut Skiing, Canadian Style May 11, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
By Scott Kendall We skinned onward, upward, through a blanket of new-fallen snow and into windy sheets of billowing whiteness. At the limits of visibility high above hung massive seracs of blue ice, and even higher rose the signature jagged, rock-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies. And, most importantly,...
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