Reading Time: 2 minutes THIS WEEK IN SKIING: Tremblant’s introduces new RFID terminals for smoother lift access, while Whistler-Blackcomb sees Belinda Trembath as its new COO, reflecting a positive trend of women in top ski resort positions. Ski pass deadlines approach. Mont Sutton doubling snowmaking capacity. British Columbia faces a slow start due to a dry November, but historical data suggests potential for a significant snowfall. Meanwhile, the Alps are off to a spectacular start, with resorts in France, Austria, and Switzerland opening ahead of schedule.Read more »
Reading Time: 3 minutes As you wait for another November weekend—and more November snows—to drop, we’ve got lots to keep you scrolling, including ski film news from Banff and Netflix, an art installation “on high”, and a long list of what’s new in Quebec for skiers this season.Read more »
Reading Time: 3 minutes Ski Canada has a secret, a very dark secret, and it’s time to let you in on it. Perhaps you should sit down. We’re now owned…by…a…snowboarder!
It’s true. The latter half of our 52-year existence has involved teasing and taunting our backside brethren but we’re coming clean now.Read more »
Reading Time: 3 minutes The coming month means turkey for Thanksgiving, candy for Halloween and, for skiers, the first dusting of snow. When that happens, everyone gets stoked. For this week’s roundup, a taste of what’s new in Canada and the U.S.—news to fuel the fire.Read more »
Reading Time: 2 minutes A new fabricated skiing surface offers an off-season fix for sliders who can’t wait for winter The temperature is a humid 28°C, the forest canopy around me is lush and […]Read more »