Archive for the category "snowboarding"

Local Mountain Season Openings 2008

Comments 7 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Cypress, Grouse, and Seymour are the beloved local mountains of our region that provide us with a natural playground, hiking trails, drinking water, and in the winter time a source of much joy and fun as we play and carve through their snowy wonderlands. Opening dates for the locals had been moved back due to […]

Gearing up for the Season

Comments 11 by Rebecca Bollwitt

This morning I woke up to Tweets from several people who were excited to see snow dusted across the tops of the local mountains. Photo credit: Keira on Flickr I’m gearing up for another season at Mt. Seymour as well as a trip to Keira’s beloved Mt. Washington to celebrate the start of the season. […]

Mount Seymour Local Skiing at its Best

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

One conference for women in business, another that bridged all realms of traditional and digital media, and a concert at the Commodore. You could say it’s been a pretty full weekend so far over here but it didn’t end with that. I headed up Mount Seymour this afternoon and despite forgetting to wear my goggles […]

Miss604 Poll: Magnificent Mt. Washington

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Contrary to popular belief, Mount Washington is not in America. Photo credit: Keira-Anne on Flickr I’ve heard the rumours and I have to say, they’re all true. From the Hawk 6ix Pack (and the Hawk Dog Stand) to the Rainbow Rollers, I got my butt kicked by Mt. Washington today and I pretty much loved […]

The Things That Matter

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’ve been so busy recently that I haven’t had time to cover everything I’ve wanted to on the blog. I also haven’t had a lot of time to just chill out with John or my family even though they’re the most important things in the world to me. After waiting almost two years, John‘s immigration […]

Ride for Breast Cancer Research at Seymour

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Today I’ll be strapping on my snowboard for the first time in two years and I simply can’t wait. I learned to ride about 12 years ago at my local mountain of choice – Seymour. This was mostly because it was the quickest to get to from Surrey, it was the cheapest, and had the […]