You may have seen a copy of the new Coast Mountain Culture Magazine (CMC) floating through outdoor veins throughout the coastal cities and towns of British Columbia, Washington and Oregon over the past couple of weeks. If you haven’t, a free copy is probably not that far away. Launched by the good folks at Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine, a bi-annual mountain lifestyle magazine based in Nelson, British Columbia that’s been producing it’s title for 10 years, CMC aims to embody all that it means to live life in the great outdoors as it exists along the great mountain wilderness that is the Coast Mountain Range.
At 96 pages, on beautiful paper stock selected to survive the rough and rigor of life in the deep, dark, dank ranges of the Pacific Northwest, CMC’s premiere “In Deep” issue celebrates all the diversity, activity and beauty of this spectacular region and its associated cultures. You’ll find features on Mount Rainier, Ski Bum Quantum Physics, the Cascadia Debate, the longest winter ski traverse ever done, and much, much more.
Check out our distribution page to find out where you can find your free copy. Or, support niche media and buy yourself a subscription. Welcome to a new era of storytelling.