We all want to own a little piece of paradise hidden amongst the epic mountains and deep snow of BC’s _________ mountain range. When snowboard photographer extraordinaire Colin Adair found a like-minded community he went ahead and dropped into his off-grid dream cabin. Slow Tide got the story from the man himself. Colin has enjoyed all kinds of success with his photography outside of the snowboard industry lately, but with projects like his cabin fueling the fire he has been dipping his toes back into the snow world lately.

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Colin is a Canadian mountain man with incredible photography talents and we are blessed to call him a friend and contributor.  We traveled with Colin to the Chilean Andes years ago and are dying to make a trip to his Paradise.
Join Colin’s journey through his idea of Paradise around his Kootenay Mountain Cabin.
“Our cabin is our paradise found. It’s remote and off-grid with no cell phone service or internet. It’s a very tight knit community of cabin owners who love Noboarding, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and winter in general. Some say there’s a harsh ‘locals only’ vibe, but it’s a really rare and special place so people are pretty secretive and protective.
We were very lucky to buy this place because they don’t come up for sale very often. Most everyone else bought the land and then built their own cabins but we were lucky to get one already built.”

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Click to SLOWTIDE for Colin Adair’s Paradise Found

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