When you think of Golden, B.C., your mind probably skips straight to flying through powder on the 1,260 metres of vertical drop at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. But if your partner or the kids aren’t quite as into skiing as you are (hey, nobody’s perfect), there’s plenty more action to keep them entertained in this charming mountain town.
Here’s a full-day itinerary to keep your family going full-tilt while you take on Kicking Horse’s 2,800 skiable acres. After all, keeping the family happy gives you a better chance of sneaking in an extra day to take on just a few more runs.
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As the grapes squish between my toes, I feel two things: slightly cold and very sticky. But mostly, I’m worried about the clock.
This is not exactly old-school winemaking, in which stompers tread slowly and carefully to avoid crushing the seeds, which can ruin the taste of the finished wine. It’s more like an episode of I Love Lucy.
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Best known as a wine destination in B.C.’s Okanagan Valley, Oliver has plenty to offer foodies too. Local vineyards are getting creative with their cuisine, showcasing the abundance of the area’s farms and fields in addition to award-winning grapes. From a quick lunch break to world-class dining, these wineries combine acclaimed wines with uncommonly delicious food, each in a vineyard setting that provides a feast for the eyes…
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Move over fancy cupcakes and designer doughnuts – pies are making a comeback. A new generation of young bakers are shaking things up with fun shops and innovative flavours that will satisfy the most modern palate, and classic pie shops continue to deliver the quality that has kept them in business for decades. No matter what kind of pie you’re craving, here’s where to find the perfect slice.
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I first spotted the curious restaurant while walking with my mom along the waterfront just north of Nice, France. Perched on a tiny rock pillar out in the sea, it was impossible to miss. But it was not a day for lingering, so we walked on, climbed up onto Mont Boron and then back down to the neighboring town of Villefranche-sur-Mer, striding past hillside homes and kitchen gardens, where chickens lounge away their days under the shade of olive and citrus trees.
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