Destination of the Month - Swine Flu
Distance: Approx. 6km
Time: 1-1.5 hr
Spring is a great time to get out for a hike or trail run. Please be mindful of potentially wet trails. A classic Fernie trail that tends to dry out early is Swine Flu. Many will be “green” with envy of the views you can take in at the top.Author: Julie Kelly
Taking time to do a little more for the earth and making the right food choices that have less of an environmental impact.Author: Tiffany Schebesch
A science fiction drama series returns to TV with nine episodes and Andrew finds out if it's worth all the hype.Author: Andrew Vallance
The new General Manager at the Fernie Golf & Country Club, Max Sherwood is bringing new and exciting ideas about growing golf in the community. He'll be implementing a number of initiatives in an effort to make the Club more enticing for young players, women, families and seniors.
Participating in the wonders that the world has to offer is the first step to fostering an appreciation for our earth, and creating impactful and mindful changes.
This June, Island Lake Lodge Catskiing welcomes food lovers to experience elevated Kootenay cuisine as Island Lake’s Head Chef Keith Farkas invites two notable Calgary chefs to join him in the kitchen for the 1st Annual Untamed Kootenays Culinary event.
A favourite hobby brings a sudden realization just how 'computerized' it's become.
Bruma Road Estates begins phase two, the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program and Dr. Karley Denoon a board certified Naturopathic Physician is now providing care to families and individuals of all ages.Author: Fix
Growing up in Manitoba and eventually moving to Fernie where she met her future husband and where her passion for the environment began.
Larsen & Whelan successfully beat competition from all over the province to take home TWO of the most prestigious categories at the 2017 Canadian Home Builders' Association of British Columbia (CHBA BC) 25th Anniversary Georgie Awards®.
Gymnastics as a sport has been around for over 2000 years. It is a complex sport that requires physical strength, endurance, power, flexibility, agility, coordination, grace and balance.
We’ve come a long way, baby. We’re raising some pretty awesome environmental stewards and it all started with putting down that can of hairspray.
It is often reported that the public perceives going green as an expensive undertaking. Patty gives us five green practicies for businesses to help the bottom line.
It’s hard to imagine that soon we’ll have to be ready for a different set of sports. This month is a great time to begin your transition in the gym and start getting ready for summer as with May comes the first golf and bike events of the season.
Green can make you feel good and in the Fernie Trails Alliance circles, green symbolizes “Beginner Trails”. The Trail Construction and Maintenance Committee of the FTA have been busy over the last couple of years to create an environment to experience opportunity.
Local resident Michelle Eagles opens Fernie’s Lash Studio and Indie Films Fernie invites you to celebrate National Canadian Film Day.
This April 15 and 16, Fernie Alpine Resort celebrates a powder-filled winter season by hosting the annual Fernival Festival showcasing live music with Wide Mouth Mason, Backroad Traveler Band, Skratch Bastid and B/DC and popular events like the Powder, Pedal Paddle and Slopesoaker.
Jesse visits the Elk River Apiaries with apiarist Deborah Davidson to learn that the weeds we so often despise of are the ones little bees need.
With her interest in photography beginning at a young age, this photographer finds it very gratifying when a viewer can connect with one of her images.
After a busy winter and summer fast approaching, there are some expansion plans in the works for the Fernie Brewing Company.