Winter. There’s usually two sentiments attached to this season that can start as early as September for those of us up here in Alberta: love it or loathe it! I was given the opportunity to try out a new winter activity that had been on my radar for quite some time + is creating quite the buzz these days: Fat Biking.
Looking for a unique, off the beaten path accommodation in the Canadian Rockies as somewhere for you + your crew of girls to use as base camp for an adventure? Look no further than Canmore/Kananaskis' Mt Engadine Lodge!
Earlier this year, my best friend Jessica, suggested we go on a ski expedition. It didn't take long for us to stumble across information about resort and back country skiing in Chile, convince two other girls to join us and find a guide willing (and nuts enough) to lead the four of us around some volcanoes and ranges found in the Andes!
This winter season the San Juan Range was calling my name! It also turns out that they have an awesome hut system called the San Juan Huts that runs for miles along the range. Perfect!
How a Chicago man hampered his own rescue from the Columbia Icefield, and what searchers learned from him.
Chloe Vance tells her story on her starting journey in winter avalanche safety skills with the article Earning Turns with The Ladies, so check it out! With links to various women’s specific winter skills training programs this article is a great resource and just might push you to take that AST1 course you’ve been talking about for ages.