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We were wowed by Wade Davis's talk on the Sacred Headwaters last night and how we all need to help protect BC's impressive landscape. Thank you to The Whistler Forum for putting on the event at the beautiful The Brew Creek Centre. Find out how you can help here: http://www.sacredheadwaters.com/

In a classic story of conservation writer and anthropologist Wade Davis will make you profoundly care about a place you will likely never visit. ‘The Sacred

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The Sacred Headwaters: The Fight to Save the Stikine, Skeena, and Nass, a book by Wade Davis

The Southern Alps as seen from Christchurch's Port Hills.

Drilling deep into the Southern Alps, researchers were shocked to find temperatures similar to those found beneath volcanoes.

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I've spent too much time thinking about this. SOMEONE UNDERSTANDS. Reading is not only one of the most beautiful things in the world, but one of the greatest gifts in life!

Melissa Trotter of Whistler conquers the course. That's me! Way above the treetops in #Whitehorse. :)

Melissa Trotter of Whistler conquers the course. Way above the treetops in :)

SURFING under Milky Way has never looked so glorious as shown in these incredible starlight pictures. Other eye-popping images show awestruck visitors to the beach drinking in the incredible views of our Galactic centre – the Milky Way – as well as the swirling stars and the rising sun over snow-capped mountains. Australian marketing manager Jay Daley (33) took the incredible pictures while out experimenting with his camera in New Zealand’s Mount Cook and the surrounding Westland Tai…

Photographer Jay Daley from Australia took this incredible picture of the Milky Way while out experimenting with his camera in New Zealand's Mount Cook and the surrounding Westland Tai Poutini National Park

Microbes that once slumbered inside giant crystals in a Mexican cave are alive and well, according to NASA scientists.

Microbes wake up from 10,000-year nap in cave crystals

BOSTON (AP) In a Mexican cave system so beautiful and hot that it is called both Fairyland and hell, scientists have discovered life trapped in crystals that could be years old.The bizarre and ancient microbes were found dormant in caves in Naica,

Feel The Local Beet With The Four Seasons Resort Whistler’s 100-Mile Cocktail Creation

Feel The Local Beet With The Four Seasons Resort Whistler’s Cocktail Creation

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