Kicking Horse

Kicking Horse to Get Bigger

The already-huge big mountain paradise gracing Golden B.C. will be getting a hell of a lot more terrain and lifts.

RV Canada Kicking Horse Tout Photo

RV Canada: Kicking Horse

Kicking Horse is no joke, with, in places, high exposure but very high reward. You get out of it what you put in.

Trip Ideas: Kicking Horse | Photo: Courtesy of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

Trip Ideas: Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, British Columbia

A bare-bones lift network means lines can be long on powder days and weekends, but the place feels empty on the upper mountain. There, explore the expansive upper bowls and chutes.

See a line starting to form at the closed Peak or Glacier chair? Get in it. If the upper lifts, which access the above-treeline alpine terrain, have been closed due to weather or lack of visibility there’s a good chance the skiing up high will be really, really good once they open. Step into the lineup. It’ll be worth the wait.

Five Secrets for Skiing Whistler-Blackcomb

Whistler-Blackcomb has some of the best skiing in North America. But it's a big, sprawling resort, with an equally intense party scene. Here are five tips—and one local's secret—for navigating Whistler like a pro.


Owen Leeper Finds Deepness in British Columbia

Two days at Revelstoke and Kicking Horse with Owen Leeper

Alex Girard ponders his legal options at Kicking Horse, BC.

Blame Canada?

One skier’s lawsuit sidelines search-and-rescue teams in BC.

"We're number 1! We're number 1!" Cheerleader Dave Barry sis-boom-bahs over Blackcomb.

Oh, Canada

How to ski America's hat.