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Kimberley Kids

Whether it’s part of a powdery road trip or the chosen destination, this beloved Kootenay resort knows how to keep families happy. by ANDREW FINDLAY  *  photos: STEVE OGLE  *  from Fall 2017 issue Ten thousand hours. That’s what they say it takes to achieve mastery at something. I suppose this aphorism applies to any … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada awards 2013

by Leslie Woit in Winter 2013 issue Light powder, hot chocolate, cute liftees? What makes you happy on the hills? We’ve spent another year up and down the mountains, the hotel stairs, the backstreet bars and the snow-covered parking lots in search of Canada’s best ski moments—and here they are! With special thanks to our … More »

Kimberley’s Charms

It had been more than a decade since I’d last cruised around Kimberley and been charmed by the oddball characters hanging out in the infamous off-the-trail-map “sun pit,” but all the legendary Kootenay skiing first appeared to require backcountry touring gear and skins. Now, lured by the quiet murmurings of friends from Canmore, Banff and … More »

Kimberley Kids

Whether it’s part of a powdery road trip or the chosen destination, this beloved Kootenay resort knows how to keep families happy. by ANDREW FINDLAY  *  photos: STEVE OGLE  *  from Fall 2017 issue Ten thousand hours. That’s what they say it takes to achieve mastery at something. I suppose this aphorism applies to any … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada awards 2013

by Leslie Woit in Winter 2013 issue Light powder, hot chocolate, cute liftees? What makes you happy on the hills? We’ve spent another year up and down the mountains, the hotel stairs, the backstreet bars and the snow-covered parking lots in search of Canada’s best ski moments—and here they are! With special thanks to our … More »

Kimberley’s Charms

It had been more than a decade since I’d last cruised around Kimberley and been charmed by the oddball characters hanging out in the infamous off-the-trail-map “sun pit,” but all the legendary Kootenay skiing first appeared to require backcountry touring gear and skins. Now, lured by the quiet murmurings of friends from Canmore, Banff and … More »

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