Two of this blog’s regular trip reporters were enjoying the fresh snow and packed trails at West Bragg Creek yesterday. I remember a similar occurrence in 2003 when an upslope storm brought lots of snow
With curiosity getting the better of me, we took a Sunday drive to Lake Louise yesterday. It was great seeing a bear, but I would have preferred seeing some snow.
-It’s looking a little more like winter on Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic Centre. Olympian Dasha Gaiazova is doing her first laps as a retired racer.-
Welcome to our first taste of winter! As for me, it’s nice to be back home after a very intense week doing non-ski stuff.
I wasn’t as prolific a picture-taker 10 years ago as I am today, but I’ve managed to dig up a few photos from days-gone-by.
Every autumn while we’re waiting for the snow to fall, we play Guess the Trail. I’ve made it particularly difficult this year
Before I get started, I’d like to thank everyone for liking me on Facebook. We’ve reached the 500 milestone. Tonight at Frozen Thunder, I encountered
-Olympians Brian and Caitlin Gregg from Minneapolis arrived today to train on Frozen Thunder.- I wanted to see
-Jesse Cockney will be racing for Canada on the World Cup circuit this winter.- Another busy day on frozen Thunder. I skied more and talked less
Dozens of skiers were on hand for the opening of Frozen Thunder today, and I would say conditions were superb.
I drove over to the Canmore Nordic Centre just before sundown to see what had transpired today. Tracksetter Paul was just exiting the Pisten-Bully
Welcome to Canmore and Frozen thunder! One of the things I like best about Frozen Thunder is the multitude of skiers I meet
Yes, I know it’s mid-October with daytime highs in excess of +10°C, but your eyes don’t deceive you.
We have many things to be thankful for. If I made a complete list, it would be too long to post on this page, so here’s a short list.
(Thanks to Alf Skrastins for the story and photos) The volunteers of the Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association have
The air was crisp and cool, but the sun was shining, and a bull elk was bugling as Tessa and I hiked around
“There are old guides and there are bold guides, but there are no old bold guides,” Theo Meiners, another legendary guide in Alaska, used to quip.
- Thanks to regular commenter Henry who sent this photo from a hiking trip in 2012 -
Guaranteed to have snow on Oct 18! Skiers from all over North America are booking hotel rooms in Canmore in preparation for the annual migration to Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
On Sep 22, 2000, Nakoda, the alpha female of the Peter Lougheed wolf pack, was gunned down in K-country
← Previous Entries
Next Entries →
Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from DIYthemes.