cypress mountain

Second Annual Snowshoeing for Cheese x Chocolate on Cypress Mountain {Review}

It’s hard to believe as the rain hammers down on Metro Vancouver just how close the snow really is to us. I consider myself exceptionally lucky to live within driving distance of so many local attractions that truly personify the “live outside” vibe that British Columbia is known for. Last year we shared our first trip up to Cypress Mountain for a snowshoe fondue tour with the Healthy Family Expo

Snowboarding Adventures At Cypress Snow School

It’s always been pretty clear that snow runs in our families blood. We’re incredibly lucky to live so close to so many mountains to enjoy a ton of outdoor activities including snowshoeing, snowboarding, skiing and more. One of our favourite places to head as a family is Cypress Mountain for basically all things snow. It’s nice and close to our house (under an hour away!) and offers something for every

Cypress Mountain Snowshoe Fondue Tour

{Disclosure: I was invited on this trip as a Healthy Family Expo Ambassador. All opinions are my own and your experience will probably be just as delicious!} Our family is no strangers to the snow, with Cypress Mountain season passes aplenty each year we’ve always tried to head up for a few weekends of sledding & tubing as a family. My other half is a die-hard snowboarder who spends the

Adventure Awaits in our own Backyard {Review}

I grew up in Northern Ontario where snow was an everyday thing between roughly October and May, where snowmobiles were a main form of transportation for many during those months, and where sledding was an after school activity. One of the reasons I moved to BC’s south coast was it’s much milder climate and its lack of snow. I figured I had my fill, and should I have an itch