Sports & Recreation, Hiking
North Shore Rescue
If You Get Lost Today, Will Anyone Know? by Allen Billy
The North Shore Rescue Team has existed since 1965 and has performed thousands of search and rescue operations on the North Shore Mountains and other locations throughout British Columbia and Washington State. Team activities have assisted at least ...
The West Coast Trail by Kenneth T Gallagher
Sixty-eight-year-old Kenneth T. Gallagher may have been slightly ill-prepared for his first West Coast Trail hike. Still, armed with too much confidence and an out-of-date trail guide, he set off on an adventure. His number one priority: spend time ...
In the Shade
Friendship, Loss, and the Bruce Trail by Marg Heidebrecht
An 885-kilometre trail, 53 hiking days over 4 years. Think mild, not wild. Reflections on the walking, the talking and, ultimately, the losing of friends. Pam and Marg stepped away from their "to do" lists and onto the Bruce Trail. Read their tips ...
Mountains to Metropolis: The Elbow River Watershed
by Diane Coleman
Every watershed has a story: this is the Elbow’s. The Elbow River watershed is a small yet significant watershed extending from the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains to downtown Calgary. This geographical watershed is itself at a metaphorical ...