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The lure of the mountains

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The lack of rain on the west coast has meant that fall hiking conditions are some of the best we have seen in recent years. Whether this is a foreshadowing of another weak winter and minimal snow is irrelevant at this point. We can’t complain about the weather, and to be honest it’s nice to still see sunshine in October. But more simply, we can’t change the forecast so we’ll make do with whatever comes our way. The warm weather has made scrambling an easy choice. We often explore mountains in the winter but forget the beauty that they hold in the summer.
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10 Relationship Survival tips for the Backcountry

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Bringing your significant other with you in the backcountry can be a great way to spend time together. But it can stress your relationship at the best of times because as we all know things don’t always go to plan. Sleeping under a tree in the middle of winter can make for a very unhappy partner (or a perfect bonding experience). These hints should help make things smoother. Read More

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Beer and Skiing: Mandatory

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There has been a long association between the two and if you ask any European, s/he would probably say the Après Ski is more important than the skiing. I grew up in Ontario (a.k.a. The Land of the $24 Two-Four) and after moving to BC was astounded to find how exceptionally higher the prices were for a decent beverage. Read More