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This past year we celebrated our five-year milestone, sponsored TEDxCanmore, provided coverage at The Banff Mountain Film Festival, grown our Facebook community by more than 500 people and published digital versions of the print magazine. We’ve seen your faces out at three Know Your Neighbour Nights including the first Banff edition and we launched the Insta-Snapshot Photo Contest. To celebrate the past year, we’ve rounded up the most popular articles.
TOP 5 ARTICLES (MOST VIEWED) ON HIGHLINEONLINE.CA:
Most trekkers will stick to the classics in the neighbourhood of Lake Louise and Banff, making it sometimes difficult to find a true wilderness experience. For a healthy dose of solitude, try these…
Many of you will recognize this local cowboy as the owner of Boundary Ranch and the world-renowned animal tracker from Guinn Outfitters. It may surprise you that he is also the leading man from a feature ’70s film.
Dark skies, cold nights and a lack of light pollution mean you’ve got a great chance of seeing northern lights, or aurora, in the Canadian Rockies.
A neighbour’s passing brings reflection on life, friendships, and tender pumpkin muffins for our writer Chloe.
CODE YELLOW! That two-week period in September where the larch trees are basically the best things since Birkenstocks.