Vancouver

By Anita Stewart It was a glorious autumn day when we pulled into the Farm on the campus of the University of British Columbia. The kale was almost fully harvested; the beehives were a buzzing flurry of activity and the hens were busily foraging in their movable open-pasture enclosure. UBC

By Bart Beeson It’s hard not to love the city of Vancouver, with its dramatic mountain backdrop, in-town beaches and funky neighborhoods.  While I have been to the city several times, I still had quite a few things on my Vancouver to-do list, so on a recent visit I set

  By Everett Potter What the bicycle is to Amsterdam, the kayak is to Vancouver. People kayak before work and after work, and I have no doubt that some kayak to work. There are nearly a dozen kayaking outfitters and half a dozen kayaking clubs in the city, and lots of cars

By Everett Potter What the bicycle is to Amsterdam, the kayak is to Vancouver. People kayak before work and after work, and I have no doubt that some kayak to work. There are nearly a dozen kayaking outfitters and half a dozen kayaking clubs in the city, and lots of

By Everett Potter When I arrived at the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in Vancouver a couple of weeks ago, I heard that distinctive low thrum – the sound of a seaplane taking off — and it made me smile. So did  the scent of the sea and cry of seagulls

By Steve Jermanok This past month, I had the good fortune to bike along the Lake Michigan waterfront in Chicago, alongside the Charles River in Boston and Cambridge, by the shores of the Bow River in Calgary, and around Stanley Park in Vancouver. I loved that all of these scenic

Last September, I flew down to Portillo, Chile to work on a story for SKI magazine. I was fortunate enough to arrive with the US Men's Ski Team, who had come to hit the Andean slopes for 10 days or so of training before the start of the World Cup