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Seeing Red, Speaking Shred

Red Mountain remains a Canadian classic, going back in time far enough to be new again. by LESLIE WOIT      photos: RYAN FLETT     in Buyer’s Guide 2018 issue As a ski writer, I’m used to skiing all over the world, armed with a mini-lexicon of indigenous words and phrases curated to help navigate trail maps, hunt … More »

Kimberley Kids

Whether it’s part of a powdery road trip or the chosen destination, this beloved Kootenay resort knows how to keep families happy. by ANDREW FINDLAY  *  photos: STEVE OGLE  *  from Fall 2017 issue Ten thousand hours. That’s what they say it takes to achieve mastery at something. I suppose this aphorism applies to any … More »

And Then They Were One – Park City & The Canyons

Big things really started to happen when Vail Resorts teamed up Park City with The Canyons. by RON BETTS in the December 2017 issue   Until recently, my favourite landing was Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong. The airport closed in 1998 but anyone who landed there will remember it well. I even had the unforgettable … More »

Turning Local – Jasper & Marmot Basin

They came for a season and stayed forever. There’s something about Jasper and Marmot Basin that casts a spell. by RYAN STUART  *   photos: CHRIS BAIKIE  *  in Fall 2017 issue Erin Reade arrived in Jasper as just another Australian on a one-year Working Holiday Visa. Four years later Marmot Basin’s marketing manager is working to … More »

Assessing the Risk

The chance of dying in an avalanche is probably a lot less than you think. by GEORGE KOCH  *  photos by GRANT GUNDERSON  *  in December 2017 issue Can you put a number to your chances of surviving your next backcountry skiing adventure? Should mountain guides deliver mathematical certainty in their risk assessments and terrain selection? … More »

Away From It All – Boulder Hut

Boulder Hut has everything you want in a backcountry destination—and everything you don’t. by ANDREW FINDLAY  *  photos: STEVE OGLE  *  in December 2017 issue It was as though my worst nightmare and best dream were set for a parlay in the mountains. I was going to be trapped with a pack of millennial Instagrammer … More »

Québec Hat Trick – Charlevoix and Saguenay

OAKLAND ROSS discovers three powdery hidden gems in the Charlevoix and Saguenay. ‘‘When we talk about snow, we don’t talk in centimetres here; we talk in metres. ’’ Photos MARK MACKAY in Buyer’s Guide 2018 issue Along with a handful of English-speaking skier-journalists and a Scottish-speaking photographer, I had come to Quebec to explore a … More »

Stowe After Vail

  The mothership has landed at the quintessential New England resort. by IAN MERRINGER in the Fall 2017 issue  *  photos: Stowe Mountain Resort At first I thought someone was taking my picture. This doesn’t happen very often, so I turned to smile. Then I heard the thunder rumble around from behind Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s … More »

Take Me to Funkytown – Whitewater Ski Resort

WHITEWATER is fingered as one of Canada’s quirkiest powdery treasures—and its sister city of NELSON doesn’t disappoint, either. by LESLIE WOIT  *  photos by STEVE OGLE  *  Fall 2017 issue Beneath the low-hanging clouds of a wet March morning, snowbanks along the two-lane highway outside Nelson are hemorrhaging muck. Damp is in the air. But … More »

Best of Both Worlds – Big White & SilverStar

Sampling the Okanagan duo of Big White and SilverStar kept Ian Merringer and family well entertained. by IAN MERRINGER in the Fall 2017 issue BIG WHITE Dragon’s inscrutable eyes stared out at us from his darkened lair. Pale and unblinking, they betrayed no hint of his next move. Little else of his coiled body was … More »

Seeing Red, Speaking Shred

Red Mountain remains a Canadian classic, going back in time far enough to be new again. by LESLIE WOIT      photos: RYAN FLETT     in Buyer’s Guide 2018 issue As a ski writer, I’m used to skiing all over the world, armed with a mini-lexicon of indigenous words and phrases curated to help navigate trail maps, hunt … More »

Kimberley Kids

Whether it’s part of a powdery road trip or the chosen destination, this beloved Kootenay resort knows how to keep families happy. by ANDREW FINDLAY  *  photos: STEVE OGLE  *  from Fall 2017 issue Ten thousand hours. That’s what they say it takes to achieve mastery at something. I suppose this aphorism applies to any … More »

And Then They Were One – Park City & The Canyons

Big things really started to happen when Vail Resorts teamed up Park City with The Canyons. by RON BETTS in the December 2017 issue   Until recently, my favourite landing was Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong. The airport closed in 1998 but anyone who landed there will remember it well. I even had the unforgettable … More »

Turning Local – Jasper & Marmot Basin

They came for a season and stayed forever. There’s something about Jasper and Marmot Basin that casts a spell. by RYAN STUART  *   photos: CHRIS BAIKIE  *  in Fall 2017 issue Erin Reade arrived in Jasper as just another Australian on a one-year Working Holiday Visa. Four years later Marmot Basin’s marketing manager is working to … More »

Assessing the Risk

The chance of dying in an avalanche is probably a lot less than you think. by GEORGE KOCH  *  photos by GRANT GUNDERSON  *  in December 2017 issue Can you put a number to your chances of surviving your next backcountry skiing adventure? Should mountain guides deliver mathematical certainty in their risk assessments and terrain selection? … More »

Away From It All – Boulder Hut

Boulder Hut has everything you want in a backcountry destination—and everything you don’t. by ANDREW FINDLAY  *  photos: STEVE OGLE  *  in December 2017 issue It was as though my worst nightmare and best dream were set for a parlay in the mountains. I was going to be trapped with a pack of millennial Instagrammer … More »

Québec Hat Trick – Charlevoix and Saguenay

OAKLAND ROSS discovers three powdery hidden gems in the Charlevoix and Saguenay. ‘‘When we talk about snow, we don’t talk in centimetres here; we talk in metres. ’’ Photos MARK MACKAY in Buyer’s Guide 2018 issue Along with a handful of English-speaking skier-journalists and a Scottish-speaking photographer, I had come to Quebec to explore a … More »

Stowe After Vail

  The mothership has landed at the quintessential New England resort. by IAN MERRINGER in the Fall 2017 issue  *  photos: Stowe Mountain Resort At first I thought someone was taking my picture. This doesn’t happen very often, so I turned to smile. Then I heard the thunder rumble around from behind Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s … More »

Take Me to Funkytown – Whitewater Ski Resort

WHITEWATER is fingered as one of Canada’s quirkiest powdery treasures—and its sister city of NELSON doesn’t disappoint, either. by LESLIE WOIT  *  photos by STEVE OGLE  *  Fall 2017 issue Beneath the low-hanging clouds of a wet March morning, snowbanks along the two-lane highway outside Nelson are hemorrhaging muck. Damp is in the air. But … More »

Best of Both Worlds – Big White & SilverStar

Sampling the Okanagan duo of Big White and SilverStar kept Ian Merringer and family well entertained. by IAN MERRINGER in the Fall 2017 issue BIG WHITE Dragon’s inscrutable eyes stared out at us from his darkened lair. Pale and unblinking, they betrayed no hint of his next move. Little else of his coiled body was … More »

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