Highline promises to offer a window into the authentic culture that thrives in the Bow Valley in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. The magazine’s mission is to inspire people to care for the vast wilderness of the Rockies and to celebrate the unique culture of mountain towns.
The publisher, editors and many contributors do this by embodying the playful, authentic, community-minded, and earth-friendly spirit of the people who make the Rockies home.
Amidst towering mountain peaks, snow-filled couloirs and fast-running rivers, the small towns of the Canadian Rockies have long been magnets for talented, inspired, and creative individuals. Highline’s mission is to help readers delve below the surface for a deeper understanding of all that the landscape and local culture have to offer.
Kristy Davison, Founder/Publisher/Creative Director launched in the Fall of 2008 out of Canmore, Alberta, and since then two issues a year are distributed each year at the beginning of the summer and winter seasons. The magazine is distributed in gear shops, cafes, hotels, and other locations throughout the Rockies and in Calgary and Edmonton.
Regular features include: Receipes (with mouth watering names like Pomegranate Pecan Quinoa Salad, Gluten Free Sticky Date Pudding With Raw Caramel Sauce), Mountain Gear Reviews, Events, Book Reviews, Art + Soul, Fight the Chills: Tips for Staying Warm, and lots of stunning mountain photography
Current and back issues online and subscriptions available at HighlineOnline.ca