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Giveaway: The Perfect Package for Book and Coffee Lovers!

We've teamed up with Rocky Mountain Books and Kicking Horse Coffee to bring you our latest giveaway, valued at $500 CAD! This "Books and Brews" pack features an assortment of books and coffee products – the perfect combo as we head into winter and a season of outdoor play followed by well-earned downtime. See our entry information below for how you can win this prize package! [...]

Review: With You By Bike

Eleven years into their relationship, 29-year-old Katrina Rosen and her husband Mike had drifted inadvertently, and dangerously, apart. While laid-back Mike enjoyed staying home and watching sports with his buddies, high-energy Katrina went off adventure-seeking with her (male, also partnered) best friend Alex. [...]

Rockies Shred Fest 2019 Recap + See the Films You Missed!

Five hundred winter enthusiasts descended on Wild Bill's on October 17 for another sold-out night of pre-season stoke at Rockies: Shred Fest! The town is still buzzing from a night of ski and snowboard films, our mountain tradeshow, door prizes (including a Season's Pass from Ski Big 3), and the Banff premiere of DREAM JOB. See which films won, and watch them here! [...]

Rocky Mountain Books Celebrates 40 Years

Today, guidebooks grace the bookshelves and coffee tables of many outdoor enthusiasts, and in the Canadian Rockies, most of the go-to guide books can be accredited to a small, but mighty, publishing company and proud partner of Crowfoot Media. [...]

Journey to the Centre

We all go outside to clear our heads, but some of us have more clearing out to do than others. Margo Talbot delves into the destructive forces of post-traumatic stress and how nature's healing power can bring us back into balance. [...]

2019 Canmore Folk Music Festival (August 3-5)

Crowfoot Media is proud to partner with the Canmore Folk Music Festival! The longest running folk music festival in Alberta, this annual Bow Valley gathering showcases 30+ individual acts or performers on stages throughout Canmore. [...]

Excerpt: From the Den and Back Again

It’s the ultimate question for many women, yet not all spend their working hours hanging off mountains and helicopter slings. How does motherhood fit in the picture for a mountain guide? [...]

Excerpt: Leading the Way

It’s the ultimate question for many women, yet not all spend their working hours hanging off mountains and helicopter slings. How does motherhood fit in the picture for a mountain guide? [...]

Three Things I’ve Learned: Lloyd “Kiwi” Gallagher

As a climber, member of Canada's 1982 expedition to Mt. Everest, ACMG guide, Summit of Excellence Award winner, and beloved member of the Banff community, Lloyd "Kiwi" Gallagher has had many such moments. Turning 80 this year, Kiwi shares what he's learned throughout his many decades spent in the mountains.  [...]

Banff’s Backyard Cabins

Here we explore how Banff dealt with a housing crisis nearly a century ago, and how solutions of the past may also be suitable for the present. [...]

What You Missed at Life @ Altitude 3.0

Each year on December 11th, mountain enthusiasts gather at artsPlace for Life@Altitude. Hosted in celebration of International Mountain Day, the evening program features presentations by prominent locals, as well as short films from Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival. Here's a little recap of what you missed! [...]

Rockies Shred Fest 2018 Recap + See the Films You Missed!

Sold out for a fourth straight year, Rockies Shred Fest is an annual pre-season gathering hosted by Crowfoot Media, in collaboration with Capow Guiding. Emceed by Capow's Marty Schaffer, the event attracted 500 snow enthusiasts for a night of local ski and snowboard films, a mountain tradeshow, door prizes and giveaways, and more! Here's what went down, in case you missed it! [...]

Mountain Lodge Spotlight: Mistaya Lodge

Flying into a catered and guided backcountry lodge, I expected to feel like a queen. What I didn’t expect was the depth of the connection I would establish with my surroundings. [...]

Review – As Above, So Below: A Climbing Story

As Above, So Below is the short, fictional story of a father and son expedition to Patagonia's Cerro Torre and Mount Fitz Roy. What begins as an attempt to reconcile the gap between teenage rebellion and old-school grit quickly turns into a tragic fight for survival and exploration of the self. [...]