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32 of Canada’s Best

StLouisskiier

Looking for something new and different or just heading to familiar grounds? With all the skiing to be done this winter, your research starts here with Ski Canada’s annual guide to our favourite destinations—right here at home. From Travel Guide 2010 issue LAKE LOUISE, SUNSHINE, NORQUAY www.skibig3.com 877/754-7080 Enough with the hackneyed-twins fantasy: How about … More »

Ring My Belle

Skis

There’s no je ne sais quoi about it. There are loads of good reasons to fall in love with Canada’s exotic eastern beauty. So slip into something more comfortable and treat yourself – and maybe even a loved one – to these top Gallic delights. ARRIVE IN STYLE Porter Airlines flies skiers from the Toronto … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2009

Good, better, best… We think the 2009 Best of Skiing issue is more than just the best this country has to offer, in fact, it’s better than ever! Over an entire year, we’ve polled readers, writers, photographers, mountain guides, instructors, coaches, industry experts and even weather-obsessed farmers across this land—in provinces and territories even Stephen … More »

Closed Runs

It’s a tale of two worlds. The age-old story of progress versus tradition, with the inevitable end— convenience wins out. The old couldn’t keep up, not because it couldn’t compete, but rather because of forces outside its control— technology, economics, geography, climate, political clout or perhaps a little of all of these. by MARTY MCLELLAN … More »

Will Work for Powder

Hiker

The most celebrated powder stash in eastern Canada has no cellular phone towers or lift service. The only high-speed quads you’ll ?nd in Gaspésie’s Chic-Chocs are ?xed to the front of your thighs. For the classic eastern alpine touring experience, climbing or switchbacking the mountain with skins on lets you truly appreciate every descent you … More »

High on Atmosphere

Quebec skiier

It was a dark and snowy night. Hunched against the cold, we bump into a big-bellied albino man covered in snow. The white guy chuckles—but oddly makes no sound. He seems most entertained by his plight. He’s seven feet tall and full of bonhomie. He is Bonhomme, the man. Carnivale’s cheerful chappy doesn’t give a … More »

The Ultimate Family Vacation

Tremblant lift

“I know that guy,” I thought to myself. “From high school? University? Does he work at K2, wait, Atomic?” I racked my brain trying to ? gure out how, or possibly if, if I knew this guy at all. Then, for the second time in under a minute, another familiar athletic-looking type entered the airport … More »

32 of Canada’s Best

StLouisskiier

Looking for something new and different or just heading to familiar grounds? With all the skiing to be done this winter, your research starts here with Ski Canada’s annual guide to our favourite destinations—right here at home. From Travel Guide 2010 issue LAKE LOUISE, SUNSHINE, NORQUAY www.skibig3.com 877/754-7080 Enough with the hackneyed-twins fantasy: How about … More »

Ring My Belle

Skis

There’s no je ne sais quoi about it. There are loads of good reasons to fall in love with Canada’s exotic eastern beauty. So slip into something more comfortable and treat yourself – and maybe even a loved one – to these top Gallic delights. ARRIVE IN STYLE Porter Airlines flies skiers from the Toronto … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2009

Good, better, best… We think the 2009 Best of Skiing issue is more than just the best this country has to offer, in fact, it’s better than ever! Over an entire year, we’ve polled readers, writers, photographers, mountain guides, instructors, coaches, industry experts and even weather-obsessed farmers across this land—in provinces and territories even Stephen … More »

Closed Runs

It’s a tale of two worlds. The age-old story of progress versus tradition, with the inevitable end— convenience wins out. The old couldn’t keep up, not because it couldn’t compete, but rather because of forces outside its control— technology, economics, geography, climate, political clout or perhaps a little of all of these. by MARTY MCLELLAN … More »

Will Work for Powder

Hiker

The most celebrated powder stash in eastern Canada has no cellular phone towers or lift service. The only high-speed quads you’ll ?nd in Gaspésie’s Chic-Chocs are ?xed to the front of your thighs. For the classic eastern alpine touring experience, climbing or switchbacking the mountain with skins on lets you truly appreciate every descent you … More »

High on Atmosphere

Quebec skiier

It was a dark and snowy night. Hunched against the cold, we bump into a big-bellied albino man covered in snow. The white guy chuckles—but oddly makes no sound. He seems most entertained by his plight. He’s seven feet tall and full of bonhomie. He is Bonhomme, the man. Carnivale’s cheerful chappy doesn’t give a … More »

The Ultimate Family Vacation

Tremblant lift

“I know that guy,” I thought to myself. “From high school? University? Does he work at K2, wait, Atomic?” I racked my brain trying to ? gure out how, or possibly if, if I knew this guy at all. Then, for the second time in under a minute, another familiar athletic-looking type entered the airport … More »

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Outside Canada?