Art + Soul

Happy Trails from Highline Magazine

Our publisher Kristy Davison shares some final thoughts as Highline closes its doors after eight years of publication.

Back of the Pack Tactics

A user’s guide: lying, cheating, and manipulating your way to a great day in the backcountry.

Cougar Bait: Green Eyes on the Goat Creek Trail

Are those footsteps in the dark woods? Moving slowly? Towards us?

Passion, Pizza and Pulling the Trigger

Rosanna Crawford and Brendan Green shoot off about love on the biathlon world circuit.

Behind-the-Scenes with Highline at Sundance Lodge

Onesies, one-liners and mega-sparklers. This year’s retreat was one for the books.

12 Inspiring Events at the 2016 Exposure Photography Festival

Be inspired to develop your practice or just soak up the talent on display.

Mountain Mags + Music: 2015

Nine albums and one radio show on repeat while we made magazines this year.

Yellowstone to Yukon: 20 Years on the Trail

How many pairs of Rad Pants does it take to save a nation?

Top 12 Free Events at the 2015 Banff Mountain Festival

Make the most of your FREE time at the 40th anniversary Festival.

Bear Essentials: Make Your Own Crabapple Liqueur

It’s time to get wild in the name of saving the wildlife. Pass the vodka!

Feature Artist: Agathe Bernard

Agathe Bernard is a photographer, filmmaker, educator and geologist with an appetite for adventure.

Adventures with Lyme Disease

A girl on a mission to find out how Lyme disease and adventure can go hand in hand.

Dazed and Concussed

Shedding light on the realities of Second Impact Syndrome.

Ticks Easin’

As the weather warms and the fuzzy purple crocuses come into full bloom, mountain people everywhere run for cover, paralyzed with fear. Why, you say?

Rick Guinn, The Guy on a Buffalo: Feature Neighbour

FACT: There is no such thing as evolution, only those animals Rick Guinn allows to live. Many of you will recognize this local cowboy as the owner of Boundary Ranch and the world-renowned animal tracker from Guinn Outfitters. But it may surprise you that he is also the leading man from a feature ’70s film called “Buffalo Rider.” In the…

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Learning the Zen of Paper and Pen

Zentangle is not what you’re thinking (a bunch of Bow Valley yoga instructors playing “Twister,”right?). Nice try, though. Zentangle is a relatively new art form that is considered by its practitioners to be an “artistic meditation.” Using simple dots, lines, patterns and a little imagination, even self-declared “left-brainers” can create beautiful drawings like the one below. It’s easy to learn, highly addictive,…

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Bunny Bliss or Bunny Blitzkreig?

No one wants to send these little guys up to the warren in the sky, yet we’ve all seen the devastation to whole ecosystems when feral rabbits are allowed to reproduce at will. What to do?

You and Me Goin’ Hiking in the Dark

Together, we headed up into the aspen groves that surround the base of Mt. Yamnuska.