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RYAN REPORT

Buyer’s Guide 2022 Intro

  Look What’s Coming!  With all the gloomy predictions, who would have thought that last winter would prove to be an excellent one for the ski industry. Ontario excepted. Looking for an alternative to sun vacations, parties and mall time, lapsed and avid skiers bought passes and gear, often in record numbers. ULLR spread his … More »

L’Est Go!

L’EST GO! Heating up in the Eastern Townships #montsutton #bromontmontagnedexpériences #montorford #owlsheadresort Posted by Ski Canada Magazine on Wednesday, 24 March 2021

8 Canadian Alpine Lodges

SWEET DREAMS Eight Canadian alpine lodges BY STEVEN THRENDYLE  PHOTOGRAPHY BY RYAN CREARY Backcountry skiing has been part of the B.C. landscape since the mid-1980s, but thanks to huge advances in off-grid energy conservation technology and environmentally sensitive construction techniques, today’s private lodges are a far cry from the drafty, rodent-infested hovels of yesteryear. Most … More »

Knucklehead Lodge

Folks in small-town B.C. just love to build stuff. In Powell River, a former forestry boomtown located on the aptly named Sunshine Coast, the Knuckleheads Winter Recreation Association (KWRA) consists of hardy, gregarious and highly industrious outdoor enthusiasts of both the motorized and non-motorized persuasion. The KWRA has been building attractive, low-impact cabins for overnight … More »

K2 Disruption MTI Alliance

SKI TEST 2021 K2 DISRUPTION MTI ALLIANCE * WOMEN  *  GROOMERS * EDITORS’ CHOICE BEST FOR: Shredding firm snow on-piste, from bumps to groomers Turny and awesome appeared in just about every tester’s notes on the Disruption MTi Alliance. “Awesome power in the turn,” said Louise Draper. “Beautifulcarving ski on groomers and just as good … More »

Lake Louise Summit Platter RIP

“No beginner terrain off this lift” the redundant sign at the bottom read. It didn’t matter if it was read before a liftee offered the cold plastic circle to put between your legs—no beginner would make it to the top of the Summit Platter anyway. Rising to the peak of Lake Louise Ski Resort, the … More »

Tough Choice – Multi-resort passes

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 »

RYAN REPORT

Buyer’s Guide 2022 Intro

  Look What’s Coming!  With all the gloomy predictions, who would have thought that last winter would prove to be an excellent one for the ski industry. Ontario excepted. Looking for an alternative to sun vacations, parties and mall time, lapsed and avid skiers bought passes and gear, often in record numbers. ULLR spread his … More »

L’Est Go!

L’EST GO! Heating up in the Eastern Townships #montsutton #bromontmontagnedexpériences #montorford #owlsheadresort Posted by Ski Canada Magazine on Wednesday, 24 March 2021

8 Canadian Alpine Lodges

SWEET DREAMS Eight Canadian alpine lodges BY STEVEN THRENDYLE  PHOTOGRAPHY BY RYAN CREARY Backcountry skiing has been part of the B.C. landscape since the mid-1980s, but thanks to huge advances in off-grid energy conservation technology and environmentally sensitive construction techniques, today’s private lodges are a far cry from the drafty, rodent-infested hovels of yesteryear. Most … More »

Knucklehead Lodge

Folks in small-town B.C. just love to build stuff. In Powell River, a former forestry boomtown located on the aptly named Sunshine Coast, the Knuckleheads Winter Recreation Association (KWRA) consists of hardy, gregarious and highly industrious outdoor enthusiasts of both the motorized and non-motorized persuasion. The KWRA has been building attractive, low-impact cabins for overnight … More »

K2 Disruption MTI Alliance

SKI TEST 2021 K2 DISRUPTION MTI ALLIANCE * WOMEN  *  GROOMERS * EDITORS’ CHOICE BEST FOR: Shredding firm snow on-piste, from bumps to groomers Turny and awesome appeared in just about every tester’s notes on the Disruption MTi Alliance. “Awesome power in the turn,” said Louise Draper. “Beautifulcarving ski on groomers and just as good … More »

Lake Louise Summit Platter RIP

“No beginner terrain off this lift” the redundant sign at the bottom read. It didn’t matter if it was read before a liftee offered the cold plastic circle to put between your legs—no beginner would make it to the top of the Summit Platter anyway. Rising to the peak of Lake Louise Ski Resort, the … More »

Tough Choice – Multi-resort passes

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 »

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