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// February 2, 2017 // By


Vol 45 #4

published week of February 1, 2017

photo: NIC ALEGRE  *  skier: Sam Smoothy  *  snow: Neacola Mountains, Alaska

photo: ZOYA LYNCH  *  skier: Breanne McMurray  *  snow: Mistaya Lodge, BC

FEATURES

SPINNING  THE WHEELS
Scott Russell takes Ski Canada’s Ian Merringer down the Road to the Olympic Games.

NO SPEED LIMIT
Local boy Joss Advocaat takes on the world at Sun Peaks in the fastest non-motorized sport on earth.
BY STEVEN THRENDYLE

BIG SPRING SKIING
An April visit to Big Sky, Montana, proved it’s not always about the powder.
BY GEORGE KOCH

RIDE THE STAGECOACH
GEORGE KOCH’s tail-guiding experience at Castle Mountain’s cat-ski operation gave him a unique perspective on powder.

WHAT’S NEXT, WHISTLER?
It’s the question on everyone’s mind since last summer’s Vail takeover.
BY STEVEN THRENDYLE

BEST OF SKIING IN CANADA 
Ski Canada looks back at a year’s worth of entertaining anecdotes and what’s so great about skiing at home.
BY LESLIE WOIT

SOL MOUNTAIN LODGE
A Utah-based backcountry skier heads to B.C. for an early-season powder fix.
BY ERME CATINO

REGULARS

FIRST TRACKS   The editor has his run.  Badass, French-style   BY IAIN MacMILLAN

SHORT TURNS  News, gossip and racy photos.

GEAR & GADGETS by RAY O’REILLY

CROSSHAIRS  A skiers’ gallery.

STYLE FILE  Perfect in powder. by MARTIN OLSON

CAUGHT & SHOT by ADAM STEIN

 

// // By


Vol 45 #4

published week of February 1, 2017

photo: NIC ALEGRE  *  skier: Sam Smoothy  *  snow: Neacola Mountains, Alaska

photo: ZOYA LYNCH  *  skier: Breanne McMurray  *  snow: Mistaya Lodge, BC

FEATURES

SPINNING  THE WHEELS
Scott Russell takes Ski Canada’s Ian Merringer down the Road to the Olympic Games.

NO SPEED LIMIT
Local boy Joss Advocaat takes on the world at Sun Peaks in the fastest non-motorized sport on earth.
BY STEVEN THRENDYLE

BIG SPRING SKIING
An April visit to Big Sky, Montana, proved it’s not always about the powder.
BY GEORGE KOCH

RIDE THE STAGECOACH
GEORGE KOCH’s tail-guiding experience at Castle Mountain’s cat-ski operation gave him a unique perspective on powder.

WHAT’S NEXT, WHISTLER?
It’s the question on everyone’s mind since last summer’s Vail takeover.
BY STEVEN THRENDYLE

BEST OF SKIING IN CANADA 
Ski Canada looks back at a year’s worth of entertaining anecdotes and what’s so great about skiing at home.
BY LESLIE WOIT

SOL MOUNTAIN LODGE
A Utah-based backcountry skier heads to B.C. for an early-season powder fix.
BY ERME CATINO

REGULARS

FIRST TRACKS   The editor has his run.  Badass, French-style   BY IAIN MacMILLAN

SHORT TURNS  News, gossip and racy photos.

GEAR & GADGETS by RAY O’REILLY

CROSSHAIRS  A skiers’ gallery.

STYLE FILE  Perfect in powder. by MARTIN OLSON

CAUGHT & SHOT by ADAM STEIN

 

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