Out on Patrol at Fernie

Reading Time: 11 minutes The crew at Fernie Alpine Resort is super pro, but they still have a blast bombing around the mountain. BY PAT LYNCH    Photos HENRY GEORGI in the Buyer’s Guide 2017 issue The sun has […]

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Club Med Survival Guide

Reading Time: 8 minutes “You drive manual transmeession?” Arnauld stated more than asked. “Yes, of course,” I answered, wondering where our instructor-guide’s next idea would take us. “Okay, then! You weel drive zee ski-school […]

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Heard About Japan?

Reading Time: 5 minutes by RYAN STUART – on assignment I’m a firm believer in quality over quantity, especially when it comes to skiing. It’s always fun, but most laps and days blur. Only […]

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Sharing The Great Outdoors – Valkyr Lodge

Reading Time: 9 minutes With kids in tow it’s still possible to experience the bliss of the backcountry. by ANDREW FINDLAY and photos by STEVE OGLE in the December 2016 issue I’d reached that […]

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No Speed Limit

Reading Time: 4 minutes Local boy Joss Advocaat takes on the world at Sun Peaks in the fastest non-motorized sport on earth. by STEVEN THRENDYLE in the Winter 2017 issue Road rash and skin burns aren’t […]

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Best of Skiing in Canada 2017

Reading Time: 12 minutes Ski Canada looks back at a year’s worth of entertaining anecdotes and what’s so great about skiing at home. by COMPILATION EDITOR LESLIE WOIT in the Winter 2017 issue BEST IDEA […]

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The Past is Now – pt 3 Whitewater

Reading Time: 4 minutes To most people the Kootenays equate with powder, a lifestyle so consumed by the pursuit of fresh tracks that powder ranks up there with the other basic essentials of life: […]

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Tear and Repair

Reading Time: 8 minutes In everyday life, the ACL normally performs well but starts punching above its weight when the knee is exposed to a twist or torque—from, say, landing a jump, skiing moguls […]

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Where Are We, Dad?

Reading Time: 4 minutes I pride myself on my navigation skills; I’m always the guy leading the way, whether it’s at a ski area I’ve visited dozens of times or my first day. However […]

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The Past is Now – pt. 2 Red Mountain

Reading Time: 4 minutes To most people the Kootenays equate with powder, a lifestyle so consumed by the pursuit of fresh tracks that powder ranks up there with the other basic essentials of life: […]

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What’s Next, Whistler?

Reading Time: 9 minutes It’s the question on everyone’s mind since last summer’s Vail takeover. by STEVEN THRENDYLE  in the Winter 2017 issue Western society bestows significance to certain birthdays, like turning the “Big […]

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Spinning the Wheels

Reading Time: 5 minutes CBC’s Scott Russell takes Ski Canada’s Ian Merringer down the Road to the Olympic Games. Scott Russell is the on-air face of alpine racing in Canada. Now preparing to cover his […]

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