SilverStar Mountain Resort presents Seismic Mountain Festival – a collaboration of sport, music, art, culinary and craft alcohol into a 10 day mountain event March 22 to 31, 2019.
Archive of posts tagged "snow"
Vancouver’s Snow Lifeguards: The Park Board has setup lifeguards at lakes and ponds since they are not frozen over but some have attempted to walk or skate on the surfaces.
Making Prince George your home base, you can get to Powder King within 2 hours to start exploring all it has to offer. Read my Q&A with videographer Chris Wheeler and learn about the best parts of Powder King.
Vintage photos of Vancouverites being awesome in the snow, 50-100 years ago. Images courtesy of the City of Vancouver Archives. Proving that in Vancouver, some fun can be had even when we’ve been blanketed by blizzard conditions.
Wells, BC is most certainly not sleeping during the winter. This vibrant town’s heart is pulsing with the stacking snow and is most definitely a winter destination for outdoor seekers. Learn more in this Q&A with Abby Cooper and SnowSeekers
Have you been to Stewart, BC and the Kitimat-Stikine Region? According to Abby Cooper for SnowSeekers, pristine spines, glimmering glaciers and the smell of ocean area all meet in Stewart — find out more and #SkiNorthBC