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RYAN REPORT – Canadian connection to Eritrea Olympian

Twenty two Winter Olympics came and went without a Eritrea flag flying. But 23 was the charm and Canada played a big role in the tiny African country’s debut. Eritrea’s lone athlete at the games in South Korea – its first winter Olympian ever – is alpine skier Shannon-Ogbani Abeda. His parents moved to Canada … More »

RYAN REPORT – Dress like an Olympian

If you’ve watched any Olympic skiing or snowboarding you’ve seen Oakley’s limited edition goggles. They just about fly off the snow and right out of the screen. Every Oakley athlete at the games is wearing the distinctive bright orange and yellow frames. The colour scheme carries over to shades and glasses on the speed skating … More »

Nouvelles du Québec

 * Years after pulling out of Colorado, Club Med announced it’s returning to North America, but this time the all-inclusive concept to skiing is coming to Canada. With the help of Cirque du Soleil’s co-founder, Daniel Gauthier, Le Massif in Quebec’s Charlevoix will see bottomless drinks and never-ending buffets after hundreds of GMs return from … More »

RYAN REPORT – Canadians podium at only home stop on Freeride World Tour

Logan Pehota won and Kylie Sivell took the bronze at the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort stop on the Freeride World Tour. It was supposed to be the only North American event on the premiere and world wide freeskiing competition, but after the first event of the year, at Hakuba, Japan was cancelled Kicking Horse took … More »

Losing It On-Hill

Can you actually lose weight on a ski holiday given downhill skiing isn’t considered an aerobic sport? It turns out that skiing a full day can burn many more calories than I thought. The Compendium of Physical Activities is a database created by Dr. Bill Haskell, a Stanford University professor in 1993 (and updated in … More »

RYAN REPORT – See top ski film this Friday in Vancouver

Kye Petersen was destined for ski movie greatness. His dad, Trevor Petersen, was an iconic Canadian extreme skier, starring in movies and responsible for dozens of first descents. Kye grew up in the backcountry and skiing at Whistler-Blackcomb. After his dad died in an avalanche accident Kye retraced his last line; it was the first … More »

RYAN REPORT – Skiing features heavily at Vancouver film festival

The story of a mother and daughter skiing from Vancouver to Alaska and one of the most awarded ski films of the year are on the itinerary at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, February 9 to 17. Focus on adventures around the world the festival includes 83 films and 44 speakers at eight venues … More »

Riding the Chair with Aksel

As tens of thousands of Europeans are glued to their TVs watching the pre-race commentary of the season-opening World Cup speed events at Lake Louise, I zip undisturbed through an empty Glacier chairlift corral. Just as the chair swings around, a skier zooms in and sits beside me. I’d say “another skier” but, in fact, … More »

Still Flying High

Between bespectacled British ski jumper Eddie the Eagle and the Jamaican bobsleigh team, the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary created some truly unlikely heroes. Michael Edwards (aka Eddie the Eagle) returned to Canada last March to promote Kicking Horse Powder Tours ski vacations and as a guest of the Altius Nordic Ski Club, who ski … More »

RYAN REPORT – Highlights from the snow show

Over four days at the end of January the ski industry unveiled the future of skiing. I checked it all out at the annual retail buying show in Denver, previewing winter 2018-2019 skis, boots, jackets, layers, and accessories from dozens of brands. Once the note taking hand cramps wore off a few wicked looking products … More »

RYAN REPORT – Canadian connection to Eritrea Olympian

Twenty two Winter Olympics came and went without a Eritrea flag flying. But 23 was the charm and Canada played a big role in the tiny African country’s debut. Eritrea’s lone athlete at the games in South Korea – its first winter Olympian ever – is alpine skier Shannon-Ogbani Abeda. His parents moved to Canada … More »

RYAN REPORT – Dress like an Olympian

If you’ve watched any Olympic skiing or snowboarding you’ve seen Oakley’s limited edition goggles. They just about fly off the snow and right out of the screen. Every Oakley athlete at the games is wearing the distinctive bright orange and yellow frames. The colour scheme carries over to shades and glasses on the speed skating … More »

Nouvelles du Québec

 * Years after pulling out of Colorado, Club Med announced it’s returning to North America, but this time the all-inclusive concept to skiing is coming to Canada. With the help of Cirque du Soleil’s co-founder, Daniel Gauthier, Le Massif in Quebec’s Charlevoix will see bottomless drinks and never-ending buffets after hundreds of GMs return from … More »

RYAN REPORT – Canadians podium at only home stop on Freeride World Tour

Logan Pehota won and Kylie Sivell took the bronze at the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort stop on the Freeride World Tour. It was supposed to be the only North American event on the premiere and world wide freeskiing competition, but after the first event of the year, at Hakuba, Japan was cancelled Kicking Horse took … More »

Losing It On-Hill

Can you actually lose weight on a ski holiday given downhill skiing isn’t considered an aerobic sport? It turns out that skiing a full day can burn many more calories than I thought. The Compendium of Physical Activities is a database created by Dr. Bill Haskell, a Stanford University professor in 1993 (and updated in … More »

RYAN REPORT – See top ski film this Friday in Vancouver

Kye Petersen was destined for ski movie greatness. His dad, Trevor Petersen, was an iconic Canadian extreme skier, starring in movies and responsible for dozens of first descents. Kye grew up in the backcountry and skiing at Whistler-Blackcomb. After his dad died in an avalanche accident Kye retraced his last line; it was the first … More »

RYAN REPORT – Skiing features heavily at Vancouver film festival

The story of a mother and daughter skiing from Vancouver to Alaska and one of the most awarded ski films of the year are on the itinerary at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, February 9 to 17. Focus on adventures around the world the festival includes 83 films and 44 speakers at eight venues … More »

Riding the Chair with Aksel

As tens of thousands of Europeans are glued to their TVs watching the pre-race commentary of the season-opening World Cup speed events at Lake Louise, I zip undisturbed through an empty Glacier chairlift corral. Just as the chair swings around, a skier zooms in and sits beside me. I’d say “another skier” but, in fact, … More »

Still Flying High

Between bespectacled British ski jumper Eddie the Eagle and the Jamaican bobsleigh team, the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary created some truly unlikely heroes. Michael Edwards (aka Eddie the Eagle) returned to Canada last March to promote Kicking Horse Powder Tours ski vacations and as a guest of the Altius Nordic Ski Club, who ski … More »

RYAN REPORT – Highlights from the snow show

Over four days at the end of January the ski industry unveiled the future of skiing. I checked it all out at the annual retail buying show in Denver, previewing winter 2018-2019 skis, boots, jackets, layers, and accessories from dozens of brands. Once the note taking hand cramps wore off a few wicked looking products … More »

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