Revelstoke ski camp in the works!

Revelstoke ski camp in the works!So our skiing plans have changed a little bit this year. We are unfortunately not going to be running a Make Their Day event. We are now going to be running an intermediate free skiing camp for athletes with a physical disability at RMR in Revelstoke this March! This camp is going to be for athletes looking to really build their skills. RMR has some steep terrain and is known for their deep snow, hopefully we'll be working on both! Given the right weather, there might be an opportunity to do some para gliding as well! We are going to put together a group of individuals that we feel will benefit the most from this camp. What you need to do, to be considered, is tell us a little about yourself: 1- How long you've been skiing/experience, are you comfortable getting on and off a ski lift by yourself? 2- Nature of your [more]

Chris Miller is Living Right in 2015!!

Chris Miller is Living Right in 2015!! First and foremost thank you all for your applications!! We had the most applications ever for this years award. We're excited to announce this years Living Right Award is being granted to Chris Miller out of Revelstoke! Chris has risen above the rest with his positive attitude, drive to get back to a familiar way of life along with some clear goals. He had a stroke in January of 2014 and has been on the path to recover since. He's a passionate outdoors-man from skiing and biking to snowmobiling he does it all. His recent stroke has left him longing to get back to a little more adventure. His first mission is to get himself back in the dirt. He's been an avid mountain biker, so that is where he's focusing right now. This award will help him purchase a recumbent trike. Stay tuned for photos of Chris in his new [more]

Make Their Day

Make Their Day Above picture is Make Their Day camper Gillian Worsley We're excited after an incredible summer to look at the coming winter. Especially when we look back at last winter. If you to want to look back at what we were up to check out this vid! We wanted to help get an individual back to that special place, the mountains. This is the first time we've run a camp like this. People applied and were nominated to be a part of this project. In the end two individuals were selected to take part in the first Make Their Day event. It was such a success we are going to be running a Make Their Day event again this February, we're open to applications. We will also run another more advanced ski camp in March, which will be similar to our ski camp from two winters ago with Josh Dueck as [more]

$1000 "Living Right" Award up for Grabs!

 $1000 "If you live right, once is enough. " At Live It! Love It! we believe "Living Right" means embracing our passions, overcoming obstacles, discovering our potential, challenging ourselves and making a positive impact on the people around us. This winter we're awarding another Living Right sponsorship. Starting November 1st, we are accepting applications for the Living Right Award, a $1000 scholarship to help one lucky person with some expenses. The contest is open to anyone with a physical disability. Perhaps you are working towards a goal, inspiring others, facing a fear, accomplishing something great or staying positive in hard times. We want to know how you define "Living Right" and how you have put Living Right into practice in your own life. Tell us what this award would mean to you and how you would use it in a short essay or video. Spread the word, get your thinking caps on and start [more]

Attention Gophers! Golfers too!

Attention Gophers! Golfers too!It's that time of year again. Dust off your clubs, spark up your... carts and get ready for the Annual Caddyshack Classic!! Coming at you faster than your in-laws for Thanksgiving, it's next weekend, Sept 21, up in Revelstoke BC! See poster below for details From out of town, call the Village Idiot to register ahead of time. (250) [more]

Downhill Mountainbiking, on the Edge!

A man, Michał Kosik, who lives to mountain bike has one crazy set up. Five years ago as a result of an accident that left him in a wheelchair, he ended up needing a new bike to get back to riding the way he wanted to. He seems to have figured it out as you can see in this video. Be it a small world we live in or not, pretty cool that Stacy Kohut of Whistler showed this French man, on the other side of the planet, the way. Read more about Michał and his build here and be sure to check out this tasty little [more]

 

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