Category: Coast

Cody McNolty – High Profile and Hard-Charging Rider

Truck rolling, talking into the phone’s camera, sled on the deck, Chuck Norris beard, sunglasses flashing—it’s all just another day in Cody McNolty’s Instagram story.

Sam Standing – Work Hard, Play Harder

It’s a long way from Whistler to the mine north of Stewart where Sam Standing works, a trip he makes there and back once a month to fill the bank account.

Aaron Leyland – Pulling Focus and Putting on Miles

Leyland enjoys spending over a hundred days a year on his sled, wiggling his 175” powder-slayer/tree-trimmer through nicely-spaced old growth en route to filming locations, where he fully admits that he’s been…

7 Epic Craft Breweries in Mountain Sledding Towns

Here’s a list of craft breweries in mountain sledding towns which are definitely worth checking out once the snow ponies are parked for the day.

Andrew Munster – A Cornerstone of West Coast Sledding Culture

Andrew Munster is a multi-dimensional guy, and a one-of-a-kind when it comes to mountain sledding. He is best known for Munster Innovations, his company that designs top-quality aftermarket components for snowmobiles.

Khan Yong Gee – A Different Sort of Whistler Lifestyle

On a sliver of land at the end of the road, beyond the rows of ridiculously extravagant Whistler mansions, sits an RV that Khan Yong Gee calls home.

Land Use Proposals Threaten Snowmobile Access in the BC Sea to Sky

Right now there are a couple of public snowmobile areas in the Sea to Sky Corridor that are threatened by other user groups. Here's what's we can do.

BC Coastal Range Gets Pounded by Winter Storm

In the last week, the BC Coastal Mountains have literally had over 300 cm of snowfall during the course of this epic winter storm.

Vancouver Island Sled Bum, Tom Walker

With average winter temperatures above 5°C, Vancouver Island doesn't get much snow. So what's a sled bum like Tom Walker doing living there then?

Deep POW Conditions in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor

My first day on snow, November 16 was a deep one, with chest deep snow! Yes, I am short at 5’6", but that is still pretty damn deep! As they say, “it's on…