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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. [...]

Overlanding Like a Local with Moose Trail

Wondering how to escape the crowds, do something different and get off the beaten track next time you’re in the Rockies? Moose Trail Overland Tours is a 4x4 adventure company that has carefully sourced a variety of activities for visitors to experience the mountains like a local, and have a lot of fun while doing it. Here’s the story... [...]

Women Riding Together

The women's snowboarding scene is taking centre-stage in the Bow Valley, and it’s all thanks to Abby Furrer. The manager and buyer at Banff's Rude Girls has built – and is still building – an all-female, intimidation-free snowboarding community that is starting to turn heads. Here's why... [...]

Underbelly of Creativity: On the Fringe of the Bow

Swapping traditional mountain art for unconventional creativity, the Whyte Museum has brought the fringe to the forefront in one of their latest exhibits. On display until Jan. 28, 2018, On the Fringe of the Bow unearths a new layer of imagination found in the mountains. [...]

Wild Life Distillery: Q + A with Matt Widmer

Good things come out of the Bow Valley, and this new craft distillery is just the latest. Bringing together local grain, local water, and local people, Wild Life Distillery offers authentic Rockies spirits made in small batches 100% on-site. We talked to co-owner Matt Widmer about the ins and outs of the distillery industry, and what to expect when they open their doors. [...]

At What Price: Trailer and Q + A with John Price

In a constantly accelerating world of social media, emerging creative professionals must walk a delicate line when they use these online tools to grow their businesses and promote their craft. Premiering at the 2016 Banff Mountain Film Festival, "At What Price," directed by Tommy Day, takes us through this journey with up-and-coming adventure photographer John Price. [...]

Review – The Pipestone Wolves: The Rise and Fall of a Wolf Family

In the Rocky Mountains we're no stranger to the impact that human behaviour has had on the wildlife that call this land home. But do we really know the full extent? Considering events that unfolded this past summer, Günther Bloch's The Pipestone Wolves: The Rise and Fall of a Wolf Family couldn't have come at a more appropriate time. [...]