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Best Craft Beer in Whistler

Whether just coming off the slopes or the trails, it’s not hard to work up a thirst after a great day in Whistler. While there is no shortage of good apres ski watering holes in both the Whistler and Creekside village, if it’s specifically great craft beer you seek out, you have to look a little harder. Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place. After years of exploring Whistler’s craft beer scene (you’re welcome), we’ve identified the best craft breweries and craft beer bars in Whistler. Behold!

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The Best Pubs in Banff

Banff is known for its thrilling ski slopes and stunning national parks. But both of those activities are best enjoyed during the day. If you’re looking for the coolest things to do in town at night, popping by some of the best pubs in Banff definitely tops the list.

Considering the relatively small size of the town of Banff, there are a surprising number of pubs for you to visit. Some claim to have the tastiest pub food, others are known for their fantastic array of drinks, and a few boast the best entertainment. Regardless of what you’re looking for, this guide has all of the best pubs in Banff for you to visit.

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13 Things to Do in Canmore in Winter

Hoping to visit a winter wonderland this year? Canmore, Alberta, Canada is a fantastic place to consider. This town is filled with beautiful nature, fun festivals, and cool breweries. Simply put, there’s no shortage of amazing things to do in Canmore in winter. Here’s our list: 1. Enjoy a Grotto Canyon Ice Walk Tour The …

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Lazy Boy Bowl Ski Touring

Lazy Boy Bowl is a great low angle ski touring option in the Duffey Lake Road area north of Pemberton. It is located on the south side of the Cayoosh Mountain, which itself is a very popular day tour in the fluffy Duffey. Featuring endless options on north, south, and east-facing aspects, there’s almost always good snow to be found here. Plus, a variety of low angle lines make Lazy Boy Bowl a good choice for beginner backcountry skiers or when snowpack conditions aren’t optimal.

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