Outdoor Adventure

Mountain Life: Know Your Backcountry Hut Etiquette

Proper hut-iquette: do you know it? Do you show it?

Mountain Fruit Leather

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.

Weekday Warrior

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'.

GEAR REVIEW: Osprey Xena 70L

Gone are the days of walking uphill both ways to school while wearing an uncomfortable potato sack as a backpack. This pack by Osprey will have your shoulders whistling a new tune!

Serving up honest Canadian folk rock: Brad Brewer Band

To be honest, we’re pretty sure the Brad Brewer Band’s EP launch party will be more fun than camping in your own backyard. See you on the 16th!

Glen Boles: Feature Mountain Illustrator

The story of celebrated local alpinist and artist Glen Boles, as told by Lynn Martel. Browse his incredible drawings and find yourself transported to new summits.

Mighty neighbourly!

Big bear hugs to our sponsors, entertainment, and mighty fine neighbours for making our seventh Know Your Neighbour Night off the chain!

Know Your Neighbour Night – Freaky Friday

Let’s get weird on Friday, June 13 for the seventh official Know Your Neighbour Night at Creekside Hall!

Ralphine Locke

Rocky Mountain grace: our Ralphine Locke

We’ll never know Rocky Mountain grace like Banffite Ralphine Locke. She was the perfect combo of pioneer and pearl and this Bow Valley treasure will be missed.

Highline shortlisted for AMPA Awards

Cue 80s hairband themes. Highline has been short-listed for three Alberta Magazine Publishers Association awards. Woot woot! Check out the selections.

Snowpack Revelations

The first day of 2014 found Chloe Vance in the backcountry. Standing on the precipice of another new year, she began to dig through the diverse accumulation of her personal past year’s “snowpack.”

HIGHLINE: Year in Review

Spoiler alert: your present from us is a re-gift… Wishing all of our mountain-culture-fueled community happy holidays!

Wisdom from Wounds

On December 1, 2011 a group of experienced skiers and snowboarders set out into the backcountry of Rogers Pass, BC.

Know Your Neighbour Night: Nov 2013

Photographic evidence of the good time had during the Nov. 9 KYNN!

Are You Avi Aware?

Whether you are ducking under the fence for a few lines or touring in the backcountry, travel in mountainous terrain comes with risk.

Banff Mountain Film Festival: Opening Weekend 2013

Make sure to snag tickets to the Banff Mountain Film Festival soon!

Larch Madness!

CODE YELLOW! It’s that two-week period in September where the larch trees are basically the best things since Birkenstocks.

Local Lingo: Beaver Schnitzel

def:// Beaver schnitzel: pain in the groin and bun area experienced during overly-lengthy bike rides. The ladies know what it’s all about. That little puppy takes a pounding in the saddle. Origin: Coined for use by the French ladies penny-farthing team during the 1870 Tour de France. Common malady amongst the women of the Rockies. >>> “Cette vélo me donne un cas macabre du beaver-schnitzel.”

Know Your Neighbour IV: Flood of Love Photos

Photos from “Know Your Neighbour Night: Flood of Love,” Summer 2013

Cleaning up the community

While donations are currently no longer being accepted, Canmorites can go door-to-door to see if anyone needs help with physical labour.