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Revive Rogers: Finding Solutions for Glacier National Park

Rogers Pass is a mecca for backcountry skiers, splitboarders, hikers and mountaineers. Yet with the closure of Glacier Park Lodge, the future of lodging development in that area is uncertain. Enter: Revive Rogers, a community-based initiative working to ensure the restoration of lodging at Rogers Pass. [...]

Perseids Meteor Shower Stargazing at 7,700 Feet

Bundle up the kids and step aboard the Golden Eagle Express for an unprecedented night adventure at the top of the mountain for an intimate viewing of the Perseid Meteor Shower. Astronomer Doug Thorp, from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, will host an interpretive tour under the twinkling canvas of the night sky, to discover the wonder of the cosmos: stars, planets, globular clusters, nebulae, and galaxies! [...]

River Access Concerns Cloud Kicking Horse Paddle Fest

Scores of kayakers converged on Golden, BC, last weekend to celebrate the mighty Kicking Horse river’s second annual paddle festival. This year, however, the event was tinged with concerns about the battle between the whitewater community and Canadian Pacific Railway over access to the iconic Lower Canyon. [...]

What You Missed at the Golden Mountain Festival

Traditionally, the May long weekend is occupied with RV christening, unpredictable weather and the chance to finally shed those plaid-on-plaid layers you were styling all winter long. As a tribute to the adventures that surround it, Golden, BC, celebrated the kick-off to summer with something a little more unique. [...]

Kicking Horse Freeriding into the Big Leagues

This year’s Wrangle the Chute at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort meant a big shift for the Golden ski area. By moving from a local’s hangout to the only four-star Freeride World Qualifier (FWQ) north of the 49th parallel, Wrangle the Chute gave Kicking Horse the chance to show off its steeps and deeps. Did it deliver? [...]