March 26, 2018
Welcome to the Alaska Highway, where you’re more likely to see wildlife than people. Local photographer Ryan Dickie shows us his favourite places to photograph…
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Eager to slide down a mountain on two planks or one board? Now is your chance to give it a go. Take advantage of Never Ever Days, and learn to ski or snowboard at one of 14 participating BC ski resorts and areas this winter. January through March, snow-sliding newbies can score a lesson, a lift ticket, and rental equipment for just $25—and go from “pizza” (a.k.a. the snowplow) tracks to powder turns.
Still not convinced to give it a go? Here are five reasons you should learn to ski or ride this winter:
1. Fresh air will boost your mood.
2. Random chairlift chats may lead to new friendships.
3. BC’s ski resorts have already received a ton of snow.
5. It’s only $25.
For more information, check out nevereverdays.com.
Featured image: Big White Ski Resort. Photo: Blake Jorgenson
Did you know that British Columbia, Canada, has the longest lift-serviced vertical in North America? Or that you can go cat-skiing for $10? Or that…
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