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Two Worlds Collide

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Living a life of decadent skiing isn’t all dream vacations to B.C. powder lodges and sunny slopes in the Alps. For the majority of us working stiffs, skiing means two words: Spring Break. Caught up in the mad rush to the mountains, bundled with rug rats and burdened with luggage, there’s an art to surviving… More »

How to Survive a Tree Well


It seems every winter we hear about cases where people get trapped and sometimes suffocate in tree wells, the deep doughnut holes that form around the base of both big and small trees. If you aren’t able to alert help, or self-rescue, there’s a chance that you could join this unfortunate list. Here are a… More »

Speed Bumps

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 by Martin Olson in December 2014 issue Moguls have become an endangered species at most resorts, but they can be fun when you find them. One of the shortest roads to a ski instructors’ fistfight is to advocate a particular technique in bumps, so think of this as an option. Events such as the Olympics… More »

A Dose of American Rah-Rah

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WINTER 2015 issue  *  It seems not all skiing medals have the same shine. Consider the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. The two-week event is of course bigger than a single World Cup race, and the competition is every bit as strong as the Olympics, but in North America it lacks the glamour and… More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2015

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Deep powder or smooth corduroy, hot chocolate or cold sake, cute liftees or a magnificent instructor who goes the extra mile… What bit of Canadian mountain culture gets your tips up? We’ve made tracks up, down and across our home and native winter wonderland to bring you the notable, the quirky and the down-right best…. More »

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