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Tough Choice

Have multi-resort passes changed the way you ski? by STEVEN THRENDYLE in Buyer’s Guide 2021 issue Few innovations have disrupted—and reconfigured—the cost of ski holidays, and indeed how we choose where to ski, quite like Vail’s Epic Pass, Alterra’s Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective membership. According to the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), more … More »

Buyer’s Guide 2021

It’s on its way. Ski Canada’s annual Buyer’s Guide issue with Canada’s largest, most extensive guide to new gear starts off the ski season. We’ve created sections to make browsing easier: Trends, Freeride, All Mountain and Groomed. Plus reports on multi-resort passes, when the virus hit Selkirk Snowcats, Crosshairs photo gallery, Short Turns news and … More »

Crosshairs Vol 48 #2

Dave Treadway Photographed by: REUBEN KRABBE Pemberton, B.C. Dave Treadway has graced the pages of Ski Canada many times over the years and the ski world was deeply saddened to learn of his death in April following a crevasse fall near Pemberton, B.C. The doting husband and father was 34. 2. photo: ANTON ENERLOV * … More »

Snap Fitness

Snap Fitness warm up Welcome for our Friday live bootcamp. Let’s do it together Posted by Snap Fitness Toronto High-Park on Friday, 3 April 2020

7 ways to make your ski trip memorable

Whitewater Ski Resort recommends 7 ways to make your ski trip memorable When planning a ski trip, price and logistics tend to be the biggest factors in choosing your destination. But once you’re on the slopes, the good deal you got on that “Ski & Stay” package is quickly forgotten; it’s all the other things … More »

Sunshine Village ShredAbility

Sunshine Village hosts 7th Annual ShredAbility, an all mountain treasure hunt & fundraising event held on Saturday April 18, 2020. All money raised from this fun event will go towards Rocky Mountain Adaptive and its life changing programs. Rocky Mountain Adaptive (RMA) is a Canmore based charity whose primary aim is to provide any individual … More »

Kneebinding

Knee Deep in Research It’s never a good idea to end up in the back seat, but especially on skis. Add a bit of a twist, arms behind you, weight on the inside edge of your downhill ski and you’ve just created the prescription for tearing the anterior cruciate ligament, ACL, aka the most common … More »

How to Buy a Puffy Jacket

A better puffy Everyone needs a down jacket for staying warm at rest stops, on chilly summit tops or organizing in parking lots. Down on its own is fine, but the latest crop of puffies is giving the sleeping bags with sleeves a 21st-century upgrade. Marmot West Rib Parka: Marmot doubles down. First it stuffs … More »

How to Buy Ski Goggles

What you need to know about buying ski goggles     Here are three main variables to consider when goggle shopping. 1. Lens shape: Lenses are either spherical, curving horizontally and vertically, or cylindrical, only curving horizontally. Spherical has less distortion and glare. Making cylindrical lenses is a simpler process, so they are often less expensive. … More »

Tough Choice

Have multi-resort passes changed the way you ski? by STEVEN THRENDYLE in Buyer’s Guide 2021 issue Few innovations have disrupted—and reconfigured—the cost of ski holidays, and indeed how we choose where to ski, quite like Vail’s Epic Pass, Alterra’s Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective membership. According to the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), more … More »

Buyer’s Guide 2021

It’s on its way. Ski Canada’s annual Buyer’s Guide issue with Canada’s largest, most extensive guide to new gear starts off the ski season. We’ve created sections to make browsing easier: Trends, Freeride, All Mountain and Groomed. Plus reports on multi-resort passes, when the virus hit Selkirk Snowcats, Crosshairs photo gallery, Short Turns news and … More »

Crosshairs Vol 48 #2

Dave Treadway Photographed by: REUBEN KRABBE Pemberton, B.C. Dave Treadway has graced the pages of Ski Canada many times over the years and the ski world was deeply saddened to learn of his death in April following a crevasse fall near Pemberton, B.C. The doting husband and father was 34. 2. photo: ANTON ENERLOV * … More »

Snap Fitness

Snap Fitness warm up Welcome for our Friday live bootcamp. Let’s do it together Posted by Snap Fitness Toronto High-Park on Friday, 3 April 2020

7 ways to make your ski trip memorable

Whitewater Ski Resort recommends 7 ways to make your ski trip memorable When planning a ski trip, price and logistics tend to be the biggest factors in choosing your destination. But once you’re on the slopes, the good deal you got on that “Ski & Stay” package is quickly forgotten; it’s all the other things … More »

Sunshine Village ShredAbility

Sunshine Village hosts 7th Annual ShredAbility, an all mountain treasure hunt & fundraising event held on Saturday April 18, 2020. All money raised from this fun event will go towards Rocky Mountain Adaptive and its life changing programs. Rocky Mountain Adaptive (RMA) is a Canmore based charity whose primary aim is to provide any individual … More »

Kneebinding

Knee Deep in Research It’s never a good idea to end up in the back seat, but especially on skis. Add a bit of a twist, arms behind you, weight on the inside edge of your downhill ski and you’ve just created the prescription for tearing the anterior cruciate ligament, ACL, aka the most common … More »

How to Buy a Puffy Jacket

A better puffy Everyone needs a down jacket for staying warm at rest stops, on chilly summit tops or organizing in parking lots. Down on its own is fine, but the latest crop of puffies is giving the sleeping bags with sleeves a 21st-century upgrade. Marmot West Rib Parka: Marmot doubles down. First it stuffs … More »

How to Buy Ski Goggles

What you need to know about buying ski goggles     Here are three main variables to consider when goggle shopping. 1. Lens shape: Lenses are either spherical, curving horizontally and vertically, or cylindrical, only curving horizontally. Spherical has less distortion and glare. Making cylindrical lenses is a simpler process, so they are often less expensive. … More »

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