Last month I was invited to an event hosted by Preventable to learn more about preventable injuries in particularly in regards to winter sports. I am a firm believer in wearing a helmet when I snowboard or cycle (and I have to be better at wearing one when I ice skate) so this was of […]
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With snow on everyone’s mind right now, and with the local mountains slightly occupied this February, I thought I would find out a bit more about going on a ski getaway. The very first time I strapped on a pair of skis (which was also the last time I strapped on a pair of skis) […]
This morning I woke up to see a new Twitter update from @MtSeymourRoad: Ski and snowboard season is just around the corner and as Metro Vancouver prepares for another blustery winter, the local hills are getting ready to welcome the Olympic-sized crowds that will be flocking to the hills. Here’s how many of them are […]
Even though Mount Seymour was busy hosting The Yeti today (a race which I originally heard about from MOMAR) I still enjoyed my first ride of the season. My niece recently learned to ski at Mount Seymour and she’s almost ready to go pro, I swear. Conditions were a bit icy but the flakes were […]
Last year Mount Seymour introduce their Ride for Breast Cancer Research campaign and since it was such a hit, they’re bringing it back. Each Monday, when vouchers were picked up ahead of time at various locations in the region, ladies will be able to ride free during evening ski times. Girls Ride Free every Monday […]