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Spots at FAR For the Best Day Ever

It’s 7am on another powder day. Time to check the snow report while sipping your morning coffee and planning the day ahead. The staff at FAR help with favourite stashes and runs from each of the five bowls to keep you smiling all day long.

Posted by Jeni Pearson - ... on Nov 19, 2018 in Outdoors

Fernie Essentials this Winter

One of the things I love about Fernie is that you can wear anything you want with no judgment.Whether in jeans and a tee or a gorge party dress, your style is welcome and accepted in our little mountain town.

Posted by Emma Polit on Nov 19, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

The Evolution of Fat Biking

The Fernie Fat biking community has taken off with new trails, new riders and yes, newer technology which for some bikers means a new fat bike.

Posted by Troy Nixon on Nov 18, 2018 in Outdoors

Cross-Country Skiing

Posted by Madeleine Bragg on Nov 16, 2018 in Outdoors

Top Ten Family Winter Fun

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Nov 15, 2018 in Outdoors

Inside Architecture - Exploring Fernie’s Historical Interiors

Fernie’s historic buildings are well known for distinctive rooflines, unique locally-fired rose-gold brick and stone, and a variety of international influences. Only a few original interiors remain although many hints of the past can be seen in pressed tin ceilings, smoke-stained exposed brickwork and vintage windows.

Posted by Rebecca Hall on Nov 15, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

A Day in the Life of a Cat Skier

he Lizard Range’s wild and rugged peaks seem to have a knack for capturing moist weather patterns holding them hostage while snow falls hard and heavy for days. This makes Fernie the ideal winter playground for countless outdoor pursuits. 

Posted by Mike Wilson on Nov 15, 2018 in Outdoors

Braaapcountry - Snowmobiling This Winter

A shake of the snow globe and braapcountry enthusiasts find ourselves on the heels of another legendary winter in the Elk Valley. Emerging as one of BC’s best snowmobile destinations, Fernie serves up out-the-door, easy access to a delicious buffet of terrain suitable for a variety of powder palates. 

Posted by Nicole Matei on Nov 14, 2018 in Outdoors

Cocktails and Character

Fernie isn't much for scale; those of us who live here know this. A quaint 12 avenues and 16 streets, a mountainside subdivision, a serene river, and a four-block main street—just how we like it.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Nov 13, 2018 in Community

The Eye of the Hurricane

You don’t have to be an artist to experience the calm at the centre of the storm. We all know what it’s like when the world fades away and all that’s left is the task in front of you, being in the zone.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Nov 10, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

St. Margaret’s Cemetery

A cemetery is the surest place to find peace. St. Margaret's Cemetery in Fernie is one such cemetery. Old stones mix with old trees, standing quietly together just above town, touched only by the passing breeze.
 

Posted by Jesse Bell on Nov 09, 2018 in Outdoors

Brain Fuel

The human brain is only about three pounds, however, it’s one of the most complex. Tiffany takes you through three key nutrients for a happy, healthy brain.

Posted by Tiffany Schebesch on Nov 09, 2018 in Health