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Dropping into Revy

Some skiers think Revelstoke can be hard to reach with roads to and through town often covered in all that pesky snow. Most people fly into Kelowna and Kamloops two-and-a-half to three hours away, and the town’s tiny airport has no regular service. But that’s changing thanks to Everything Revelstoke. The local shuttle and tour … More »

Buyer’s Guide 2019 gear intro

What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen at the show?” This question is the ski show equivalent of “How’s the weather?” When your job description includes keeping up with every new development in ski equipment, and you’ve seen the latest from 30 brands in less than 48 hours, the standard small-talk opener is a hard question … More »

Posh Powder – The Josie

Hip resort, even hipper hotel. Soon to be looking more like accomms in St. Moritz than Rossland, B.C., Red Mountain welcomed in March North America’s latest slopeside boutique hotel, The Josie by Nobel House. With 106 rooms and suites, the hotel will offer locally-inspired craft cooking (done fancy or casual, inside or out), a spa, ski … More »

RYAN REPORT – Resorts of Canadian Rockies chooses Epic Pass

In the battle for the ultimate season pass the Resorts of the Canadian Rockies have chosen a team. The Calgary based resort conglomerate adds its roster of Canadian hills – Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Kimberley Alpine, Nakiska, Stoneham and Mont Sainte Anne – to Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass. They join Colorado’s Telluride … More »

RYAN REPORT – Powder porn to help ease the angst of spring

Not ready for winter to end? I feel your pain. I spent far too much of my ski season in the office and not enough – never enough – on snow, shredding powder. With some of my best turns in the last few weeks I feel like I’m getting into the groove just as powder … More »

RYAN REPORT – Day cat skiing rules

I’m on my way to the interior of British Columbia, on assignment for Ski Canada Magazine, as I write this. My job this week is to check out three of the province’s cat skiing operations that run day trips. While most cat companies specialize in multi-day packages, there are about six in B.C. and one … More »

RYAN REPORT – Gear of the Week – Intuition turns 25

Ask just about anyone that works on skis and they’ll tell you their most important piece of equipment is their boots. Their the connection between body and ski and unhappy feet equal miserable people. The key to warm, comfortable and high performance boots is fit. Wrapped in a hard shell of plastic a good fitting … More »

RYAN REPORT – Women’s Day: The X factor in skiing

Skiing is a male dominated industry. We make up more than half of skiers on the slopes and that ratio skews even farther when it comes to the employees, both at the resort and at the companies that make the gear we rely on. Happily there are exceptions to the rule. To celebrate Women’s Day … More »

RYAN REPORT – Spring Gloves

Last weekend at my local ski hill, Mount Washington Alpine Resort, it was classic March schizophrenic weather. Saturday started cold and quickly warmed up to full spring slush under a perfect blue sky. Sunday started mild and then swung back and forth as squalls and clouds pushed in and out. It was easy enough to … More »

RYAN REPORT – Gear of the Week: Caffeine on the go

Early mornings. Late nights. Long days. Coffee and skiing go hand in mouth. For many skiers caffeine is essential to a good day on the slopes, but stopping in for a java cuts into time turning and can be especially costly on a powder day. Luckily a growing list of options exist for getting a … More »

Dropping into Revy

Some skiers think Revelstoke can be hard to reach with roads to and through town often covered in all that pesky snow. Most people fly into Kelowna and Kamloops two-and-a-half to three hours away, and the town’s tiny airport has no regular service. But that’s changing thanks to Everything Revelstoke. The local shuttle and tour … More »

Buyer’s Guide 2019 gear intro

What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen at the show?” This question is the ski show equivalent of “How’s the weather?” When your job description includes keeping up with every new development in ski equipment, and you’ve seen the latest from 30 brands in less than 48 hours, the standard small-talk opener is a hard question … More »

Posh Powder – The Josie

Hip resort, even hipper hotel. Soon to be looking more like accomms in St. Moritz than Rossland, B.C., Red Mountain welcomed in March North America’s latest slopeside boutique hotel, The Josie by Nobel House. With 106 rooms and suites, the hotel will offer locally-inspired craft cooking (done fancy or casual, inside or out), a spa, ski … More »

RYAN REPORT – Resorts of Canadian Rockies chooses Epic Pass

In the battle for the ultimate season pass the Resorts of the Canadian Rockies have chosen a team. The Calgary based resort conglomerate adds its roster of Canadian hills – Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Kimberley Alpine, Nakiska, Stoneham and Mont Sainte Anne – to Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass. They join Colorado’s Telluride … More »

RYAN REPORT – Powder porn to help ease the angst of spring

Not ready for winter to end? I feel your pain. I spent far too much of my ski season in the office and not enough – never enough – on snow, shredding powder. With some of my best turns in the last few weeks I feel like I’m getting into the groove just as powder … More »

RYAN REPORT – Day cat skiing rules

I’m on my way to the interior of British Columbia, on assignment for Ski Canada Magazine, as I write this. My job this week is to check out three of the province’s cat skiing operations that run day trips. While most cat companies specialize in multi-day packages, there are about six in B.C. and one … More »

RYAN REPORT – Gear of the Week – Intuition turns 25

Ask just about anyone that works on skis and they’ll tell you their most important piece of equipment is their boots. Their the connection between body and ski and unhappy feet equal miserable people. The key to warm, comfortable and high performance boots is fit. Wrapped in a hard shell of plastic a good fitting … More »

RYAN REPORT – Women’s Day: The X factor in skiing

Skiing is a male dominated industry. We make up more than half of skiers on the slopes and that ratio skews even farther when it comes to the employees, both at the resort and at the companies that make the gear we rely on. Happily there are exceptions to the rule. To celebrate Women’s Day … More »

RYAN REPORT – Spring Gloves

Last weekend at my local ski hill, Mount Washington Alpine Resort, it was classic March schizophrenic weather. Saturday started cold and quickly warmed up to full spring slush under a perfect blue sky. Sunday started mild and then swung back and forth as squalls and clouds pushed in and out. It was easy enough to … More »

RYAN REPORT – Gear of the Week: Caffeine on the go

Early mornings. Late nights. Long days. Coffee and skiing go hand in mouth. For many skiers caffeine is essential to a good day on the slopes, but stopping in for a java cuts into time turning and can be especially costly on a powder day. Luckily a growing list of options exist for getting a … More »

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