Outdoors

Harvest Feast and Fest

Joining chefs Barrie Elliot and Logan Gaede as they prepare for this event, which is meant to raise money for Wildsight – an organization that prides itself on sustainability and biodiversity protection – features an outdoor feast with locally sourced foods and live auction, followed by a day-long festival the next day.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Nov 16, 2015 in Outdoors

Dryland Training

Skiing is described as a power-endurance activity where the power is exerted from quick, forceful contractions and the endurance is the ability to continue skiing for a long period of time which is influenced by cardiovascular stamina, muscular strength, and mental toughness. Now is the time to improve your skiing fundamentals of power, endurance, speed and balance through ski specific training.

Posted by Jeff Williams on Nov 10, 2015 in Outdoors

Nordic Skiing

The Fernie Nordic Society boasted over 570 members last year and the number of options for cross-country skiing is increasing.

Posted by Jen Grebeldinger on Oct 17, 2015 in Outdoors

Movies, Museums and Meat Draws: Fernie’s Other Winter Wonderland

When we finally come to accept that the warmth of summer has been engulfed by the crisp, cold winds of a looming winter, we change what we do.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Oct 16, 2015 in Outdoors

Fernie Fix Family Top Ten this Winter

Full days of skiing followed by pints at the Griz Bar may be few and far between when travelling with your family, but there is still so much fun to be had! No matter your interests or the interests of your younger cohort, you will definitely find a plethora of options to explore while here in Fernie.

Posted by Fix on Oct 15, 2015 in Outdoors

The Powder Diaries

Fernie Alpine Resort and the community of Fernie has a unique and powerful charm that draws people from all over the world to visit, and perhaps even relocate here permanently. It starts with the lure of the deep legendary powder and builds into a profound love of the mountains, trails, waterways and culture of this vibrant community.

Posted by Karen Pepper on Oct 14, 2015 in Outdoors

Meghann O’Brien

The idea of transitioning out of one area – especially one that has brought success – and into another can be a scary thing, but it is clear Meghann O’Brien has been graceful in doing so.

Posted by Hannah Griffin on Oct 13, 2015 in Outdoors

Air Show High

Jesse experiences four Gs in the sky as she rides in a 1958 Nanchang CJ-6A Chinese warbird plane.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Oct 08, 2015 in Outdoors

Melissa Lotholz

Growing up on a family farm in Alberta to being a part of an exciting and unusual Winter Olympic sport.

Posted by Hannah Griffin on Sep 24, 2015 in Outdoors

Old Dogs, New Tricks

The Fernie Trails Alliance has been working over the last couple of years to construct trails that provide opportunities for all levels of skill, interest, and comfort. With these new offerings, making our trails accessible to a broader user group creates challenges for all skill levels to cohabitate on the same ribbon of dirt.

Posted by Terry Nelson on Sep 08, 2015 in Outdoors

Lazy Lizard Trail Opens

After 4 years of planning and construction, the Lazy Lizard has now been completed up to Island Lake Lodge. The trail is designed for various ability levels including novice and young riders.

Posted by admin on Sep 02, 2015 in Outdoors

West Coast Trail

There are moments in life when you realize you are exactly where you need to be; when you sit on a beach along the sea sipping tea, watching the sunrise and the whales play.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Sep 02, 2015 in Outdoors

Sharon Wood

Sharon Wood reached the peak of Mount Everest on May 6, 1986, as part of a team of dedicated mountaineers. As she reached the peak she became the first North American woman to do so, and the team she was part of was also the first one to travel successfully up the west ridge and north face of Everest.

Posted by Hannah Griffin on Aug 23, 2015 in Outdoors

Roberta Milne and Tyler Carson

Culture is so intrinsically linked to food, that it is said we cannot have one without the other. What we choose to grow, how we tend our gardens, and the way in which we prepare our food, all say a lot about a person’s culture. Roberta Milne and Tyler Carson have created a unique food culture in their Annex garden.

Posted by Helen McAllister on Aug 15, 2015 in Outdoors

Sasquatch! Music Festival

Held at the Gorge Amphitheatre in Washington, this festival features 100 different shows on five different stages.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Aug 11, 2015 in Outdoors

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