Vallea Lumina Review – Whistler’s First Multimedia Nightwalk

Vallea Lumina is one of Whistler’s newest award-winning attractions, and it is like none other. When describing this adventure, it feels inappropriate to call it a ‘show’ because with this journey, you don’t sit back and watch the magic unfold, you become part of the wonder. Here's our Vallea Lumina review! Ready to Experience the [...]

By |2020-07-17T07:48:13-07:00September 26th, 2018|British Columbia, Sarah, Western Canada|0 Comments

What Happens When Women and Whistler Collide

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It was a warm fall September day and we were sitting around the kitchen table dreaming of a Whistler girls weekend. The logistics of getting 7 women together isn’t easy so we set forth a date and let everyone know to put it in their calendar as a “non-negotiable” must-attend weekend. The months flew by [...]

Learn How a Bike Fit Can Improve Your Ride

If road cycling is something you want to get into or you have a road bike already but it's totally uncomfortable then BC Bike Fit is a place to go. I had the pleasure of working with Dave Howell in his basement studio and his expertise and knowledge and sophisticated equipment helped sort out all [...]

By |2019-09-11T13:26:36-07:00September 26th, 2017|Canada, Eastern Canada, Outdoor Education, Sarah, Western Canada|0 Comments

Valley GranFondo Finisher!

One of the things that I forgot about when I decided to sign up for my first GranFondo, was that part of the process would be hard and that there would probably be times when I wouldn’t be having any fun. Sounds crazy, I know. But I am an optimist and often think about the [...]

By |2019-09-11T13:27:51-07:00August 8th, 2017|Canada, Fraser Valley, Sarah, Solo Adventures, Western Canada|2 Comments

Rugged Rafting Princesses – Squamish River Rafting

It seems that these days, it is often difficult to see ideas in adventures come to fruition. “One thing I've learned about Jami and her passion for adventure is that you need to be careful because if you say ‘Yes’ to something she suggests, there is a 99% likelihood that the adventure is going to [...]

By |2020-05-10T20:06:31-07:00June 19th, 2017|Canada, Erin, Sarah, Solo Adventures, Squamish, Western Canada|0 Comments

Local Grinds!

Looking for some local hikes that get the heart pumping and challenge the cardio? Well look no further, we have five hikes from Whistler to Abbotsford that are guaranteed to get the heart pumping. The Grouse Grind – North Vancouver Perhaps the most famous of hikes in the North Vancouver area, the Grouse Grind, boasts [...]

Girls Gone Glamping – Tin Poppy Retreat

Dropping the kids off at school was easily the quickest goodbye since September! The weekend we had been planning for over three months was finally upon us. The truck was packed and loaded with mountain bikes, hiking gear and way too much food as we left for our adventure filled weekend in the Okanagan. We [...]

By |2020-05-10T21:45:10-07:00May 31st, 2017|Canada, Family Adventures, Sarah, Sasha, Western Canada|0 Comments

Fondo or Bust!

Isn't it the old Lululemon saying that says 'do something every day that scares you.' Well each year as I get fitter and more confident; it would seem that I take on bigger challenges. Last year I rode my first hundred kilometer bike event and completed the Mind Over Mountain Adventure Race with my friend. [...]

By |2019-09-11T13:45:37-07:00May 24th, 2017|Canada, Fraser Valley, Sarah, Solo Adventures, Western Canada|3 Comments

Stepping Back into Fitness

Two flights of stairs faced me as I walked through the glass door. “Should I take the elevator?” I thought. “It’s right there.” Giving my head a shake and muttering to myself “Don’t suck already,” I started up the stairs. Little did I know that the commitment I made that day would be the most [...]

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