Two hundred skiers, snowboarders and their friends and family visited Sun Peaks from March 26 to 31 to celebrate and discuss skiing and snowboarding. They were attending the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) festival, hosted at Sun Peaks for the fifth time. The previous years festival’s saw around 100 attendees. Christian Hrab, managing director of CADS, said the festival...
Over 160 participants took to the mountain on March 1 and 2 for the Sixth Annual Banked Slalom, supported and organized by the local not-for-profit Bluebird Day Fund. This year, for the first time, the event spanned two days to allow for a day of youth competition for ages nine to 18. Younger competitors ran the same course as the...
For those looking to stay fit once the snow melts, the answer may be found on the Thompson River in Kamloops, B.C. Starting in April the Kamloops Interior Dragon Boat Club (KIDS) will take to the water three days a week to begin training, in addition to attending a number of festivals around the province. KIDS president Reggie Black first joined...
While shooting in the backcountry can be challenging enough, local production company 2Deep Media has been upping the ante by filming much of its new project, Nightcrawlers, in the dark. “It’s funny, I am reminded of old stories of guys skiing back in the day with small car batteries and car stereos so they could listen to music before small...
  As I swing onto the seat of my bike in the snowy Sun Peaks village, a woman smiles and says “Wow, that looks like fun.” It’s the first time I’ve ridden a bike when the temperature is solidly below 0 degrees and it takes some getting used to. I’m wearing winter boots, my ski helmet and ski gloves, which I...