Snowshoeing Kimberley

Snowshoeing adventure in Kimberley

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Freshly fallen snow crunching under your feet as you make your way through the dark forest, leaving the slopes of Kimberley Alpine resort behind, diving into the cold night … If you’ve never tried walking in snowshoes, you should give it a try! They’ll get you through knee deep powder snow, they’ll take you into […]

Exploring the Gulf Islands

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West of Vancouver, though sheltered from the Pacific Ocean by Vancouver island, an explorer can find a group of gulf islands, scattered across the sea. Each of them has it’s own unique flavor, varying from bustling arts and local hippie community to wild nature retreats where you can escape from the civilization. Part of the […]

Meares Island

Beaches, mystical forests and … Sasquatch!

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Just a boat-ride away from Tofino, encounters and island – among many others – with the Lone Cone mountain, towering up to 730 meters above the sea level. Meares Island is covered with thick rain forest and lined with calm pretty beaches that welcome you to paddle, kayak or just chill by a fireplace right […]

Kimberley Trch Light Parade

New Year in the mountains

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There we were, loading our main chairlift with skis and snowboards on, each of us holding two flares in our hands. What for? We were about to perform New Year’s Torchlight parade – a long lighting snake coming down the hill … From the top of the lift we skated towards Kootenay Haus where we […]