Skiing is an escape. Clicking in ejects us from the mundane, tortuous, or superfluous demands of everyday subsistence in a city. And while most Canadian cities are forced to battle snow and sub-zero temperatures over the winter months, Vancouver...
The Kootenays are perhaps more famous for their combustible slope substances than their brown suds, but Faceplant Ale is brewed right in the NBC (Nelson Brewing Company) studio, er, brewery on Latimer Street. The brew is certified organic (this...
Since before he remembers, Joe Schuster has been a big fish in the small but deep talent pool that is Vernon, BC. Hot on the heels of childhood friends TJ Schiller and Josh Bibby, Schuster, along with counterparts Justin Dorey, Riley Leboe...
The allure of skiing can stem from many things: big mountains, big air and even big money. Nowadays, the term “bottom line” seems to refer to more than chairlift traffic jams. As developers convert western molehills into mega resorts,...
For evidence of Tom Wallisch’s skill, one only need watch any of his three video parts from last winter. The Pennsylvania native (who made a recent move to Utah) is nothing less than a rail master. With a bag of rail tricks...
It’s been said over and over that ignorance is bliss. And it especially applies to those who discovered a passion for skiing while limited to the flatlands of central Canada. Mount Evergreen, a steep ridge protruding out of the...