Blisters be damned: the trek to Berg Lake is the trip of a lifetime.
Our fave festivals happening in and around the Canadian Rockies.
On May 30th, 2015, the Friends of K-Country will host the first annual Trails Fest at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
With a roll of duct tape and a creative mind, what more do you need?
Mmmm, there’s nothing like the smell of hormones early in the morning.
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Here in the Bow Valley we're lucky to have such great neighbours. Check out Dillon's interview with this often far away but always far out neighbour.
Highline + Banff Centre Radio = Buds4Lyfe! Our fearless leader Kristy fills listeners in on what Highline is all about in a candid one-on-one interview with our favourite local radio station.
A glimpse back into the early days of life in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, courtesy of the archives at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
When drinking beer is for charity, it just tastes that much better. Check out the Banff Ave Brew Co.’s new Homeward Bison Pale Ale.
“Connectivity: The restoration of 40 Mile Creek” opened for a packed house at Patagonia’s “Damnation” during this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival.
Give your Highline Magazines and old papers a new lease on life with this fun origami project.
Before the snow really flies and the temperatures drop even lower why not get out and explore? If you’re on the hunt for some history why not set out in search of this old hermit’s cabin.
There is much more than thrilling movies and big screen debuts at the BMFF. Attend one of these many events to get your creative juices flowing.
Should fines be dealt to social media photographers who share images that include illegal activities?
Proper hut-iquette: do you know it? Do you show it?
‘Sculpted in Time’ explores the growth of skiing in Banff National Park, showcasing the best terrain our mountains have to offer and the legends who have built the industry.
No surprise that it was a packed house for Pretty Faces: The Story of Skier Girl. If there is one thing this Valley loves, it’s a great a ski movie and this one did not disappoint!
Turn on the oven and break out those pans, it’s time to make some homemade fruit leathers. Why not craft your own delicious recipe and rest easy knowing what you’re fueling your body with.
Fall is upon us but there is still plenty of good weather to get out and enjoy. Try out some of Tanya's pointers for maxin' out your relaxin'.