Celebrating the wild wonder of our local flora, fauna and environment.
How scientists are piecing together Alberta’s fossil record by exploring mountain caves.
Our publisher Kristy Davison shares some final thoughts as Highline closes its doors after eight years of publication.
A young paramedic finds solace from post traumatic stress in the mountains.
Are those footsteps in the dark woods? Moving slowly? Towards us?
Scientists explore the immediate and future effects of glacial melt.
These bubbles create a spectacular tableau of shapes and designs that would render Jackson Pollock speechless.
Seven stories of bear spray attempts gone horribly, horribly wrong.
Ski hills respond to a changing climate.
Scientists who study wolverines have a tendency to be gluttons for punishment.
Seventy-three years spent waist-deep in rivers around the globe.
Markus Pukonen is raising support for local non-profit organizations through Routes of Change.
How many pairs of Rad Pants does it take to save a nation?
It’s time to get wild in the name of saving the wildlife. Pass the vodka!
At the height of the Cold War, a plot surfaced in the Bow Valley.
Fire building 101 with Mahikan Trails.
Will NDP leadership mean a brighter future for Alberta’s headwaters?
Lyme disease is on the rise worldwide and is spreading into Alberta.
A girl on a mission to find out how Lyme disease and adventure can go hand in hand.
Lifting the lid on waste removal in the Rockies.