Sitting in the Canadian Rockies, Golden B.C. is surrounded by six of Canada’s most stunning national parks; Yoho, Glacier, Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Mount Revelstoke.
Use Golden as your base from which to experience the spectacular scenery, iconic hiking trails, waterfalls, lakes and heritage sites of the national parks.
The heli and split boarding industry is an incredible place to work.
We are lucky to live in an area where we are free to explore our mountains at will, only the valley bottoms and areas close to
A fresh coat of forest service road dirt thickens on the dash of my truck as I bounce through the Blaeberry.
This blog is the first in a 3-part series about responsible travel, and how to be good stewards of the places we visit.
Alright listen up, winter is almost here. Time to pull your sled out of storage and unpack the neatly stored gear that accompanies it. Or, if you’re anything like me, go across the street to the empty lot where you abandoned your trusty steed last spring, chop down the tree that’s growing through the left control arms, and yard your sled out of the weeds.
Getting everyone and their gear to a sledding zone can sometimes be a bit of a nightmare, especially if highway conditions are
From ballets to plays and big name musical acts, this town has it all.
Before moving to Golden I probably averaged one artsy-type event a year, two if you count my daughter’s dance recitals. Mamma Mia, the Nutcracker, A Christmas Carole — that was about as adventurous as I got.
There’s an odd satisfaction when people ask you where your clothes are from, and really all you can tell them is this little st
If you’re looking to get your fill of trail kilometers, Golden is a great place to set up your base camp.
She was eight at the time and the “squeaky wheel” skier of the family – which is to say she liked to complain (sometimes a lot) about skiing. Like many kids learning to ski, it wasn’t the easiest or most comfortable process for her.
Skiing is great, but here’s a few other ways to have fun in spring.
October 2020 Update *The Winter Permit System goes into effect in mid to late November annually.
With a varied selection of accommodations and many activities to experience in spring, fall, winter and summer, including family-friendly activities, the friendly mountain town of Golden continues to be a perfect holiday destination from which to enjoy and explore the Canadian Rocky Mountains.