Creative contributions to Rocky Mountain culture.
Golden, BC – The ideal place for a Mountain Festival.
Our fave festivals happening in and around the Canadian Rockies.
A girl on a mission to find out how Lyme disease and adventure can go hand in hand.
A killer combination of insider-approved, accessible adventures and amazing photos from Jasper National Park.
Distant neighbour: northern artist Robbie Craig gets connected to the Rockies.
“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.
‘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.
Zelda Nelson has been creating beautiful works of art that capture the true essence of Rocky Mountain beauty for decades. This year she is being honoured in the Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts.
Fourty years later, Stonecrop studios is still bringing light to the creativity that lives in the Canmore arts scene. These local artists are being celebrated for their dedication to their craft.
As a teacher and a mentor, Priscilla Janes gives much more than just the fruits of her talents to the Canmore arts community. This community builder is being honoured for her efforts in this year’s Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts.
Shirley Chinneck took a big risk when she left a long-term, successful career to dive head first into her passion for art, and it's all paying off for this Canmore-based artist.
As the Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts draws close we will be featuring some of the incredible local artists being honoured in this year’s celebration.
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!
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.
These boys are the real deal and their new album definitely sheds some light on life in this great valley we call home.
Join the Canada House Gallery as they celebrate 40 successful years of business in Banff.
Get down and dirty with the story behind our cover shot by local photographer Mark Unrau.
It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words, but we bet the stunning landscapes captured by Wild Flour featured artist Kevin Annala just might leave you speechless.
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.