British Columbia

“Three people may keep a secret — if two of them are dead.” Benjamin Franklin Story & photos by Jacqueline Church Travelers love discovering new places. The joy of sharing these secret finds is tempered only by the fear that we’ll soon see it overrun by hordes of new travelers,

  by Kim McHugh (Photos courtesy of Randy Lincks/Andrew Doran — TLH Heliskiing) The storm clouds made themselves at home in the mountainous valley like a sports fanatic in a La-Z-Boy chair, dropping snowflakes the size of quarters. Normally this would be good news because of the foot of fresh powder,

More and more travelers are embracing fitness, adventure and active pursuits while on vacation, but this does not have to mean sacrificing luxury, service, cuisine or creature comforts. At a handful of the world’s top adventure-centric resorts and lodges, working up a real sweat can be followed by a cool

What’s the Deal: Black Tomato is offering a deal to Bighorn Lodge, which has eight deluxe guestrooms, heli-pad, spa, private cinema and private chef. It is one of the most over the top private ski chalets in the world. It’s located in Revelstoke, in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia,

  By Steve Jermanok There was a time in Tom Rivest’s life that he was writing computer models for the semiconductor industry. “Being shown my windowless office that first day on the job, I suddenly realized the importance of following your passion,” he tells me. The next thing you know,

It was 1997 when I first met Brian McCutcheon, owner of Rivers, Oceans, and Mountains, or simply ROAM. I had been hired by Men’s Journal magazine to write about the first descent of the Klinaklini River in British Columbia. It was a spectacular journey down a rip-roaring river dwarfed by