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Slip and Sip at Sun Peaks

Skiing Sun Peaks during its wine festival is  a perfect pairing.   by OAKLAND ROSS; photos: SAM EGAN in Winter 2018 issue There I was, stumbling through the grey drear that is Toronto in January, when my phone rang. Ski Canada editor Iain asked if I could put my book writing aside for a few … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2018

Light powder, saucy speeds and hot chocolate with loads of marshmallows and Baileys? What makes you happy on the hills? We’ve spent another year up and down the mountains, inspecting everything from chairlift rides to stretch-pant perkiness, from hotel stairs to backstreet bars and snow-covered parking lots, in search of the best in ski country. … More »

Buyer’s Guide 2018 – Freeride

This gear is meant for skiing hard and fast in soft snow, steep terrain and tight trees. Best relegated to big mountains. by RYAN STUART, technical editor in Buyer’s Guide 2018 BIGGER IS BETTER     To give wider feet the same award-winning performance as the Alltrack Pro boots, Rossignol created the Track. It’s the same … More »

Child’s Play

“Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body. But rather, to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming: WOW, what a ride!” By Ron Betts in the December 2013 issue Bob Stowell, a 91-year-old patroller, offers some advice … More »

Screening Room

by Ryan Stuart in December 2012 issue Slouch on the couch and get ready for the season With a gang of bros ready to feed the stoke, we sat back with a case of beer, bags of chips and the year’s crop of fresh ski porn. We emerged with an overwhelming hunger to shred pow, … More »

Avalanche!

It took a horrific accident in the Alps to make Karolina Ekman fully appreciate the power of Mother Nature. by Karolina Ekman in the Spring 2012 issue   As deliriously excited big-mountain skiers from around the world wait for the latest storm in the Alps to subside and the upper lifts of the resort to open again, I cannot say … More »

Fall 2011

Guest photo editor Fall 2011 Crosshairs When asked to relate one of the hairier moments in his repertoire as a ski photographer, Blake Jorgenson, Ski Canada’s guest photo editor this issue, had no problem spilling. “One that comes to mind is a trip toMount Monarch, B.C., with John Chilton, Eric Pehota and Mitchell Scott. We landed a small ski plane at the apex of the glacier, … More »

Slip and Sip at Sun Peaks

Skiing Sun Peaks during its wine festival is  a perfect pairing.   by OAKLAND ROSS; photos: SAM EGAN in Winter 2018 issue There I was, stumbling through the grey drear that is Toronto in January, when my phone rang. Ski Canada editor Iain asked if I could put my book writing aside for a few … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2018

Light powder, saucy speeds and hot chocolate with loads of marshmallows and Baileys? What makes you happy on the hills? We’ve spent another year up and down the mountains, inspecting everything from chairlift rides to stretch-pant perkiness, from hotel stairs to backstreet bars and snow-covered parking lots, in search of the best in ski country. … More »

Buyer’s Guide 2018 – Freeride

This gear is meant for skiing hard and fast in soft snow, steep terrain and tight trees. Best relegated to big mountains. by RYAN STUART, technical editor in Buyer’s Guide 2018 BIGGER IS BETTER     To give wider feet the same award-winning performance as the Alltrack Pro boots, Rossignol created the Track. It’s the same … More »

Child’s Play

“Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body. But rather, to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming: WOW, what a ride!” By Ron Betts in the December 2013 issue Bob Stowell, a 91-year-old patroller, offers some advice … More »

Screening Room

by Ryan Stuart in December 2012 issue Slouch on the couch and get ready for the season With a gang of bros ready to feed the stoke, we sat back with a case of beer, bags of chips and the year’s crop of fresh ski porn. We emerged with an overwhelming hunger to shred pow, … More »

Avalanche!

It took a horrific accident in the Alps to make Karolina Ekman fully appreciate the power of Mother Nature. by Karolina Ekman in the Spring 2012 issue   As deliriously excited big-mountain skiers from around the world wait for the latest storm in the Alps to subside and the upper lifts of the resort to open again, I cannot say … More »

Fall 2011

Guest photo editor Fall 2011 Crosshairs When asked to relate one of the hairier moments in his repertoire as a ski photographer, Blake Jorgenson, Ski Canada’s guest photo editor this issue, had no problem spilling. “One that comes to mind is a trip toMount Monarch, B.C., with John Chilton, Eric Pehota and Mitchell Scott. We landed a small ski plane at the apex of the glacier, … More »

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