Month: December 2017

Photo by Erik Prichard.

Those Hilarious, Goofy, Indispensable Trekking Poles

Hilarious. Goofy. Useless. Cumbersome. Those were my thoughts when I would see someone hiking with trekking poles back in the late 90’s when my love for the outdoors was beginning to take shape. Why would anyone want to lug those things around the forest unless they were elderly or handicapped? Weren’t they meant for skiing? …

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Explore the Powder Highway

By Aaron Theisen for The Powder Highway of southeast British Columbia boasts the world’s most concentrated collection of skiable experiences: eight ski resorts and dozens of heli- and cat-skiing operations and luxury backcountry lodges linked by 677 kilometers of pavement. The names of the region’s resorts—Whitewater, Red Mountain, Revelstoke, Kicking Horse, Fernie—stoke road-trip plans …

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