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Local Mountain and BC Ski Resort Apps


Friday, January 4th, 2013 — 4:52pm PDT
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Back in 2009 I made a Social Media Directory for Ski Season but this year apps are the focus. Helpful Twitter and Facebook accounts aside, ski resorts and local mountains are providing maps and condition information through free mobile applications. Local Mountains Cypress Mountain Cost: Free Platform: iPhone Features: Latest news and events as well […]

Snowshoe Fondue with Cypress Mountain


Thursday, January 6th, 2011 — 1:30pm PDT
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One of my favourite experiences last winter was snowshoeing through the Ancient Forest in Prince George and while I have yet to do this activity closer to home, I always hear people rave about the opportunities on the North Shore. Cypress Mountain offers a variety of snowshoeing experiences including the 4-hour Snowshoe Fondue Tour. Lead […]

Day Tripping: Winter Adventures


Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 — 7:46am PDT
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I put the call out on Twitter last week for anyone who would like to contribute a guest post on my site. Tawcan, known for his many adventures, stepped up and offered to write a post that would add to my Day Tripping series: If you’re like me, 99% of the time you’re stuck in […]

Tuesday Morning Link Fest: Blogathon Recovery and Video Edition


Tuesday, July 29th, 2008 — 8:18am PDT
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I didn’t blog at all yesterday as I was recovering from the very successful Blogathon Vancouver 2008. My estimates so far are telling me that between the 12 of us we raised over $10,000 for charity. Update: As of last night Duane and I raised a total of $7,992.50 for the UGM. To say that […]

Vancouver's North Shore Mountains


Tuesday, April 1st, 2008 — 8:23am PDT
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Okay technically, they are not in Vancouver but after posting some photos from Mount Seymour recently I was asked about the North Shore Mountains. The Lions fit in the middle somewhere, but those not from around here (or maybe even some locals) might not know just exactly where they are and what they’re called. Here’s […]