Category: Coast

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…

Pemby Life: Episode 4

They saved the best for last. A late winter storm brought an epic dump of cold-smoke powder. And collaborators Julie-Ann Chapman and Jonathan Schramm were there to make the most of it. The fourth and…

Ride Whistler Ride Report

  Hi Guys! Went out for another ride today and….     We’ve had a bit of a roller coaster fall here around Whistler and Pemberton. Good early snow led to some…

Vancouver Island Escape

The Sled Bum Chronicles: Vancouver Island Escape   Ever since I first began sledding in winter 2008, my obsession with exploring and adventure has been fulfilled. Sledding has ruined mountain biking, snowboarding…

Ride Report – Nick Woods

  Hey Sleddermag.com, Nick Woods here. Well, another winter season has come and yet again we were dealt another awful early-season snowpack here on the coast, with super high freezing levels and a…

Geoff Kyle Deep Powder: Whistler March 2014

You won’t need to watch all 8 minutes of this video for it to make you jealous. If anyone can find you pow, it’s Geoff Kyle. Looks like these 3 Norwegians had…

TRIP REPORT – Inner Passage

The trip ended the way it began only in reverse, with the scratching of carbides on Dan Treadway’s driveway in the dark. The noise of our unloading pierced the calm Pemberton night…