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Fall Lines: Feb 19 – Feb 25

Do it in pjs in Jasper and up at Marmot Basin How can you raise awareness for autoimmune diseases in Jasper? Wear your pajamas all day on February 27 and you’ll fit in nicely with the rest of t...
Guide John Ward of Maligne Adventures lights up the ice. // Jeremy Derksen

Ice Angels in Evil Canyon

Entering the Maligne Canyon on a wintry night is like stepping into a time-lapse video. There is a surreal sense of being between frames. Thousands of litres of water gush through this narrow slot-ca...
Marmot's ice bar // Supplied

Fall Lines: Feb 5 – Feb 11

Ladies only at Lake Louise Lake Louise is hosting Park Days on Saturday, February 7. This Women’s Snowboard Federation event is for ladies only, but this year they’ve teamed up with the C...
Jasper in January Winterstruck dogsled rides // Jeff Bartlett

Fall Lines: Jan 22 – Jan 28

Jasper in January enters final week We are into the final eight days of Jasper in January. With unseasonably warm temperatures, the outdoor events have really taken off, except for perhaps the ice sc...
// Steven Kenworthy

Swiss slopes a sublime treat

With Western Canada having some of the best skiing in the world, it would be easy to think there is really no need to go beyond our borders for alpine snow adventure. Our terrain is varied, the snow ...
Marmot Basin powder // Jeff Bartlett

Fall Lines: Jan 8 – Jan 14

Jasper in January: a full calendar The Jasper in January Festival is just around the corner. The town of Jasper and Marmot Basin will be hosting exciting events and delivering incredible deals from J...
// Robbin Siggers

Fernie: it all started in a bear cave

As legend has it, Fernie’s unique gift for snow begins in 1879, with a young boy born in a bear cave high in the mountains above town. The story goes that when the bears awoke, the boy overpowe...
Pond hockey with a view? Yes please! // Glynnis Golbeck

Fall Lines: Dec 25 – Jan 7

Lake Louise delivers the goods I spent some time ripping up the slopes at Lake Louise last weekend. Although warm temperatures had softened up the lower terrain, the upper slopes were in great shape,...