With the holiday season just around the corner, here are several ways to celebrate, right here in the Bow Valley.
It’s that time: winter is here! Almost. While November is known for unpredictable temps, there are still signs that winter is on the way.
Here are some great ways to create a home office in whatever space you have, so you can focus and get the job done.
In picturesque mountain towns like Banff and Canmore, space is at a premium. Homeowners must be creative to optimize living space.
To finish off the sunny season, both Banff and Canmore have summer events for locals and visitors alike that bring the community together.
The Bow Valley Riding Association (BVRA) has been a place for Bow Valley residents to keep their horses for almost 60 years.
A reverse mortgage is a way to access the equity in your home, turning it into tax-free money to do with as you wish.
Spring is in the air and it's the perfect time to reconnect. Here are some great local events in the Bow Valley this spring.
March and April are the shoulder season in the Bow Valley. This is the time to really enjoy the small-town culture of our unique home.
There are a few ways you can access your home equity. Ultimately, it comes down to your situation and what you plan to do with the cash.
Understated luxury is back! From warming colours to mixed materials, here are the interior design trends to watch in 2023.
There is lots of information out there on etiquette around wildlife, but here are a few key species and what to look out for.
With rising costs, more people are finding it difficult to afford the holidays. This season, let’s come together in giving to those in need.
Here's the Mountain Real Estate holiday decorating guide for the Bow Valley with special guest Nick de Ruyter, Program Director for WildSmart.
Crisp fall days are in the air, which means it’s time to winterize your home! Here’s a quick checklist to get you started.
We’ve got the towns to ourselves! Here’s how locals make the most of shoulder season in the tourist towns of Banff and Canmore.
Vacation rentals are a great investment. Here are some tech for vacation rentals that improve the experience for everyone.
With the award-winning Bike All Winter program from Community Cruisers, it won’t break the bank to get your bike ready for winter.
If you’ve decided to purchase an investment property, you might be wondering how to furnish your vacation rental for stye and function.
Summer is in full swing and that means it’s time to make the most of mountain living with some key summer essentials.
The tourists are back! Here are some tried and true ways to get around the mountains during the busy summer months.
Moving to the Bow Valley means embracing the mountain lifestyle. It’s important to consider who is on the trails with proper trail etiquette.
We talked with Community Cruiser’s Chair Jen Tweddell and volunteer mechanic Jeremy White about how to get your bike ready for the spring!
From working on Toronto’s Bay Street to becoming a tourism leader in Banff, Julie Canning is an advocate for living the mountain life.
House for Whale Watchers is one of a select few homes in Canmore designed by the prestigious architect Jeremy Sturgess.
Alberta is an excellent place for solar power. Canmore and Banff have great solar rebates if you’re looking at this upgrade for your home.
As we approach the holiday season, there is a lot going on in our little mountain communities.
Here are some amazing trails to explore in your back yard that will take you on many adventures.
The Banff Theatre Collective began 5 years ago when 5 newfound friends decided to share their passion for theatre in Banff.
The Pine Tree Players began in 1978, when a group of Canmoreites recognized the need for performing arts in the little mountain town.
Born in small town Northern Ontario, Olympian and multi-talented Kelly VanderBeek shares the best parts of mountain life in the Bow Valley.
CAMBA is a non-profit society that advocates for a vibrant and exciting trail system for users of all ages and abilities.