Experience the Coffee Shops & Coffee Culture in the Columbia Valley Coffee Culture No matter how you flavour it coffee, culture has evolved over the last number of years and is quickly becoming one of the most popular beverages served around the world. The Columbia Valley is no exception, with more than a dozen incredible […]
Winter Photography from the Columbia Valley Winter can be an exciting time to get outside, explore the Columbia Valley, and expand on your photography skills and connect with nature. When the ground is covered in a blanket of white even the most familiar surroundings can take on an entirely different perspective. Each community offers something […]
Great Outdoor Skating Rinks in the Columbia Valley Time spent in the Columbia Valley during the winter is special, activities are in abundance, and gliding across the ice, or playing a game of shinny is a great way to spend the afternoon, followed by a soak in one of the Columbia Valley Hot Springs and […]
5 Great Places to Snowshoe in the Columbia Valley When the snow starts to fly in the Columbia Valley, it’s time to head outdoors and enjoy some of the favourite local activities. Sunset may come earlier in the winter, but there is plenty of time to head to the great outdoors for a snowshoe, followed […]
Little Known Facts About Hot Springs in the Columbia Valley Many visitors to the Columbia Valley arrive after a breathtaking drive through the Rocky Mountains. Their journey taking them through Banff National Park and Kootenay National Park, past some of the most impressive natural beauty you can witness from a roadway. While not a long […]
February’s Family Day weekend is Canada’s winter blues remedy. With time away from eating right, paying bills, and organizing closets you can rediscover fun and fresh air
It’s tempting to set New Year’s resolutions but experts say few people keep them. So if you need a guilt-free reason to break your resolutions,
When the snow flies and ice forms in the Columbia Valley, it’s time to head outdoors.
When other Canadians burrow inside during the coldest days of the year, Columbia Valley residents and visitors layer up and head to the Winter In Motion festival.
Nourish your body as well as your soul on a visit to the Columbia Valley at some of the valley’s most popular eateries.
The holiday season is upon us for better or worse. With parties, shopping for gifts, and pleas to cook your special dish, it’s easy to slip into Christmas craziness.
There’s plenty brewing in the Columbia Valley whether you like your drink warm, stirred or frosted. If your morning coffee is as critical as oxygen, head to Invermere’s Kicking Horse Coffee.
If you need help shaking off your city stress why not try one of the Valley’s many spas? There is never an off-season for indulging in ‘me’ time or reconnecting with your girlfriends or special someone.
It’s easy to get frustrated when things don’t go as planned but in the Columbia Valley we leave head banging to bighorn sheep.
The last full moon before the spring equinox is called the worm moon. Although it might be hard to believe with snow on the ground, earthworms are beginning to move. As the last moon of winter rises over the Columbia Valley sap is rising up tree trunks and great horned owls