Nature + Environment

Yellowstone to Yukon: 20 Years on the Trail

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

Five Lessons Learned from the 2013 Flood

As we prepare for the 2014 spring melt, it’s good to remember the 2013 floods and review the important lessons that we learned last year.

Research in the Rockies: The Big, Bad Wolverine

Canmorite Sarah Elmeligi does some research on the big, bad wolverine while working on her PhD.

Hiking Windtower: One of the Best Viewpoints in Kananaskis Country

By guest writer, Craig Copeland The Windtower — if you glimpse it while driving the Trans-Canada just south of Canmore — looms like a monster in a child’s nightmare. It’s so sharp and vertical that hiking to the summit seems laughably impossible. Yet Windtower is hikeable from the other side. Starting at Spray Lakes Reservoir, a trail ascends to West…

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Sweet Rinks in the Rockies

…with snow removal! Skating outside on a clear day in the Rockies is a great way to get some exercise and breathe in some cool, crisp mountain air, surrounded by the beauty of snow-covered mountains. The costco pharmacy prices levitra 52 Winter 2012/2013 issue of Highline Magazine describes local natural rinks.  However, should conditions not be right for natural rinks…

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