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Short Turns: Spring 2012 issue

    X GAMES ❖ With athletes well beyond Canadian colours dedicating performances to Sarah Burke, Aspen ’s X Games in late January were a show of brute strength, enormous alpine circus acts interspersed with solemn moments. Perhaps the sweetest/ saddest result was when Burke’s teammate Roz Groenewoud won the Women ’s superpipe event, a crown Burke wore for three … 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 »

Your Run – Winter 2012

  READY FOR WINTER » We were just in Mexico soaking up the sun and soaking up Ski Canada. We’re getting stoked for the season! We got home at 2:00 a.m. to a driveway full of snow. There’s nothing quite like shovelling powder in your flip-flops! Thanks for a great beach read and silky, creamy, carvy pictures of places we want … More »

Woolly Warmth

 The fine undercoat of goats from Inner Mongolia goes into what’s possibly the world’s lightest, most ultra-soft luxury cashmere tuques. Handmade in Nepal from fair-wage, eco-friendly Ocabini. £55 includes shipping to Canada: www.ocabini.com  Ooooo! Nice sweater. Neve’s Ultra-fine, soft and non-itch 100-per-cent merino wool is 100-per-cent style. The Nicola Full Zip Cardigan ($164) in charcoal is Nordic enough for après ski, yet classy enough … More »

Sarah Burke

The Ski Channel An excerpt from Winter: Sarah Burke and Rory Bushfield

Short Turns: Winter 2012 issue

    TEN YEARS STRONG ❖ Dave Irwin’s Dash for Cash becomes a 10 th annual this February 3-4 in Banff and Sunshine Village when the Dave Irwin Foundation for Brain Injury pushes past the $400,000 fundraising mark. On top of 10 pairs of skis to give away, prizes range from RK Heliskiing to ClifBars to Giro and Scott helmets. Singles and … More »

Welcome Home at Panorama

Panorama was a nice change of pace for Diana Coulter and her boys after nine years in India by Diana Coulter; photos Evan Mitsui from 40th Anniversary issue      Should I admit that I lost my family in a blizzard? Would it sound worse if I said this happened at night in the mountains, … More »

Gear & Gadgets

from 40th Anniversary issue  A leader in on-slope safety products, POC’s melon protection lineup includes the Receptor Backcountry helmet ($299). With its patented MIPS System, rotational forces to the brain (through serious oblique or lateral crashes) are reduced when a replaceable pin shears and the helmet’s liner releases from its outer shell. www.pocsports.com  Whether you’re catching an epic powder day in … More »

40th Anniversary

Guest Photo Editor – Henry Georgi Crosshairs Gallery Shooting skiers and publishing ski photos worldwide for almost 30 years, Ontario-native Henry Georgi is Ski Canada’s Guest Photo Editor for our anniversary issue. He moved to Fernie, B.C., decades ago after first sowing his ski seeds in the Alps, where he still has time to visit and photograph. Georgi has seen the scene change artistically, technically, … More »

Short Turns: Spring 2012 issue

    X GAMES ❖ With athletes well beyond Canadian colours dedicating performances to Sarah Burke, Aspen ’s X Games in late January were a show of brute strength, enormous alpine circus acts interspersed with solemn moments. Perhaps the sweetest/ saddest result was when Burke’s teammate Roz Groenewoud won the Women ’s superpipe event, a crown Burke wore for three … 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 »

Your Run – Winter 2012

  READY FOR WINTER » We were just in Mexico soaking up the sun and soaking up Ski Canada. We’re getting stoked for the season! We got home at 2:00 a.m. to a driveway full of snow. There’s nothing quite like shovelling powder in your flip-flops! Thanks for a great beach read and silky, creamy, carvy pictures of places we want … More »

Woolly Warmth

 The fine undercoat of goats from Inner Mongolia goes into what’s possibly the world’s lightest, most ultra-soft luxury cashmere tuques. Handmade in Nepal from fair-wage, eco-friendly Ocabini. £55 includes shipping to Canada: www.ocabini.com  Ooooo! Nice sweater. Neve’s Ultra-fine, soft and non-itch 100-per-cent merino wool is 100-per-cent style. The Nicola Full Zip Cardigan ($164) in charcoal is Nordic enough for après ski, yet classy enough … More »

Sarah Burke

The Ski Channel An excerpt from Winter: Sarah Burke and Rory Bushfield

Short Turns: Winter 2012 issue

    TEN YEARS STRONG ❖ Dave Irwin’s Dash for Cash becomes a 10 th annual this February 3-4 in Banff and Sunshine Village when the Dave Irwin Foundation for Brain Injury pushes past the $400,000 fundraising mark. On top of 10 pairs of skis to give away, prizes range from RK Heliskiing to ClifBars to Giro and Scott helmets. Singles and … More »

Welcome Home at Panorama

Panorama was a nice change of pace for Diana Coulter and her boys after nine years in India by Diana Coulter; photos Evan Mitsui from 40th Anniversary issue      Should I admit that I lost my family in a blizzard? Would it sound worse if I said this happened at night in the mountains, … More »

Gear & Gadgets

from 40th Anniversary issue  A leader in on-slope safety products, POC’s melon protection lineup includes the Receptor Backcountry helmet ($299). With its patented MIPS System, rotational forces to the brain (through serious oblique or lateral crashes) are reduced when a replaceable pin shears and the helmet’s liner releases from its outer shell. www.pocsports.com  Whether you’re catching an epic powder day in … More »

40th Anniversary

Guest Photo Editor – Henry Georgi Crosshairs Gallery Shooting skiers and publishing ski photos worldwide for almost 30 years, Ontario-native Henry Georgi is Ski Canada’s Guest Photo Editor for our anniversary issue. He moved to Fernie, B.C., decades ago after first sowing his ski seeds in the Alps, where he still has time to visit and photograph. Georgi has seen the scene change artistically, technically, … More »

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Just $5.00 an issue!

1 year (4 issues) for $20 + tax! Outside Canada is additional for postage.