Archive of posts tagged "Kootenay Rockies"

Cranbrook on the Rails

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A train-themed adventure through Cranbrook, BC courtesy of Abby Cooper and ZenSeekers! Cranbrook, BC is often referred to as the gateway to the Canadian Rockies. Well friends, it’s definitely that and more… read on!

Cranbrook is for Learners

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Standup paddle boarding, craft beer, fly fishing and more! Here are 5 things you can learn (and love) to do in Cranbrook, BC. Photos and story by Abby Cooper of ZenSeekers.

How Spending the Night in a Teepee Can Make You a Better Canadian

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How Spending the Night in a Teepee Can Make You a Better Canadian: ZenSeekers writer and photographer, Abby Cooper shares her thoughts on why she feels more connected to our Canadian culture after visiting the Ktunaxa Nation’s Speaking Earth in St. Eugene, BC.

BC Ale Trail: New Guide for Craft Beer in British Columbia

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The BC Ale Trail has officially launched, unveiling of the ultimate guide to British Columbia’s diverse and dynamic craft beer community. BC Ale Trail In partnership with Destination British Columbia and the BC Craft Brewers Guild, the BC Ale Trail emphasizes how a visit to or around British Columbia is enhanced with a pint of […]

Via Ferrata at Kicking Horse Mountain

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“I… I just need a minute,” I told the guide who was leading me around the corner of a rock face. I was 8,000ft up as I held onto my support harness with every ounce of energy I could muster. My foot kicked a rock loose and it tumbled. I counted the seconds until I […]