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10 places guaranteed to cultivate your quirky side and spice up your après-ski chat. Ski Canada rates which slopes really are worth the detour. by Leslie Woit in Fall 2013 issue 1. Saskatchewan RATING: 10 out of 10 on the  Keen as BEANS scale.  Just because there are no mountains doesn’t mean that all Saskatchewanian skiers head to … More »

Your Run – Spring 2012

LEFT AND RIGHT. RIGHT? » I read your review of the Elan Amphibio with great interest (“Elan: Slovenian for common sense,” First Tracks, Winter 2011). But I have a question. When you accidentally skied with the skis switched left for right, what was the effect? You indicated that something was obviously wrong. Was there noticeable change in stability or control characteristics? Overall, … 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 »

You skied where!?

10 places guaranteed to cultivate your quirky side and spice up your après-ski chat. Ski Canada rates which slopes really are worth the detour. by Leslie Woit in Fall 2013 issue 1. Saskatchewan RATING: 10 out of 10 on the  Keen as BEANS scale.  Just because there are no mountains doesn’t mean that all Saskatchewanian skiers head to … More »

Your Run – Spring 2012

LEFT AND RIGHT. RIGHT? » I read your review of the Elan Amphibio with great interest (“Elan: Slovenian for common sense,” First Tracks, Winter 2011). But I have a question. When you accidentally skied with the skis switched left for right, what was the effect? You indicated that something was obviously wrong. Was there noticeable change in stability or control characteristics? Overall, … 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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