The backcountry is a changed landscape in the aftermath of the series of atmospheric rivers.
Read more Avalanche Canada: The River Has Run Dry
Category: Nelson, BC
Historically, conservationists vilify ski areas and often with just cause. The broad swaths cleared for runs fracture the eco system and resident wildlife hesitate traversing the new open areas. The recent emphasis on year-round mountain activities further displaces the wildlife. The increased human engagement brought in by the development forces the wildlife out of the …
Read more Can a Ski Area and Conservation Co-Exist?
The controversial Jumbo Glacier Mountain Resort Municipality is one step closer to meeting its end.
Read more Dissolving Jumbo Glacier Mountain Resort: A town with no people
The video introduces the formal proposal concept, revised following input from First Nations, government, and the public
Read more Zincton 3D Tour narrated by David Harley
Avalanche education and awareness has come a long ways in a couple of decades and the advancements continue. The Kootenay Backcountry Guides are looking for your feedback on how to cater to the what recreational backcountry users are looking for after taking their AST-2. This is the pretext to their survey: “The most common question …
Read more What follows the AST-2 course survey
In just two years of skiing with Matchstick Productions Sam Kuch has proven himself as a force to be reckoned with in the big mountain arena
Read more Is Sam Kuch the best skier in the world?