Jayme Moye

Kootenay Mountain Culture November 2020 Stories of Ice chronicles the history of glaciers in British Columbia and Alberta through the unique experiences of the people who live and work there. Read...

Mustang Survival September 2020 Jayme and her family of lake sailors find their sea legs. Read it here.

Mustang Survival August 2020 An aspiring R2AK team from interior British Columbia test their mettle offshore. Read it here.

Filson Journal June 2020 File these six standout natural soaking pools away for when the time is right to travel again. Read it here.

Filson Journal June 2020 Bianca Shannon left New York City for Santa Fe, following a dream to build her life and career around horses. Read it here.

Conde Nast Traveler May 2020 On southern Vancouver Island, among some of the world’s most ancient forests, Jayme Moye realizes just how easy it can be to disconnect. Read it here.

Whitewater Writer-in-Residence Blog February 2020 The magic of the mountains isn’t only in their challenge—it’s also in their ability to connect. Read it here.

Popular Mechanics February 2020 Our parents told us not to play with fire. Thankfully, these scientists didn’t listen. Read it here.

Kootenay Mountain Culture February 2020 Royal Canadian Geographical Society fellow Laura Adams embarks on a new adventure, turning her arctic expeditions into art. Read it here.

Men’s Journal January 2020 From the world’s new adventure frontiers to its best places to stay, here are Men’s Journal’s 2020 Travel Awards. Read it here.