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In the current issue:

December/January 2022 publishes week of December 13, 2021

photo: DON WEIXL  * Silverstar Mountain Resort

photo: STEPHEN SHANNON * skier: Clayton Marr * Selkirk Snowcat Skiing

SKI CANADA DECEMBER/JANUARY 2022 

VOL. 50 NO. 3

FEATURES

SKI CANADA @ 50
A half-century of Canadian ski stories.
BY STEVEN THRENDYLE and IAN MERRINGER

WHERE EVERY TURN COUNTS
What Ontario lacks in vertical, it more than makes up in backcountry powder.
BY IAN MERRINGER

HANDS UP, BABY!
Healthy, happy and still going strong, Club Med continues to give us love.
BY RAY O’REILLY

BEFORE TAKEOFF
Pro ski photographer TOM WEAGER has the skinny on drones.

DINNER & DUVET
Experience the Swiss Alps by spending a night in an iconic mountain hut.
BY ERIC KENDALL

HOW GNAR IS TOO FAR?
Sunshine is one of many resorts that have opened tougher terrain to meet the demand of today’s stronger skiers.
BY KEVIN HJERTAAS

RED, WHITE AND BACK ON
Canadian skiers share mixed emotions about returning to their favourite hills south of the border.
BY ADAM BISBY

ALL FOR ONE
With the flexibility of the L’Est Go season pass that includes all four ski areas, maybe it’s time to take another look at the Eastern Townships.
BY IAN MERRINGER

DIGITAL LEMMINGS
Your phone has become the ultimate backcountry resource, but should you let it make all your decisions?
BY KEVIN HJERTAAS

REGULARS

FIRST TRACKS
50 Years of Fun
BY IAIN MacMILLAN

YOUR RUN
Love us or hate us, readers have their say.

SHORT TURNS
Powder King – Diamond in the Fluff

Sun Peaks Resort – 60 Years of Cold Bums and Hot Toddies

GEAR & GADGETS
BY RAY O’REILLY 

CROSSHAIRS
A skiers’ gallery.

SKILL SCHOOL
Get out of jail.
BY NIGEL HARRISON

CAUGHT & SHOT

photo: PENNY KENDALL

 

 

In the current issue:

December/January 2022 publishes week of December 13, 2021

photo: DON WEIXL  * Silverstar Mountain Resort

photo: STEPHEN SHANNON * skier: Clayton Marr * Selkirk Snowcat Skiing

SKI CANADA DECEMBER/JANUARY 2022 

VOL. 50 NO. 3

FEATURES

SKI CANADA @ 50
A half-century of Canadian ski stories.
BY STEVEN THRENDYLE and IAN MERRINGER

WHERE EVERY TURN COUNTS
What Ontario lacks in vertical, it more than makes up in backcountry powder.
BY IAN MERRINGER

HANDS UP, BABY!
Healthy, happy and still going strong, Club Med continues to give us love.
BY RAY O’REILLY

BEFORE TAKEOFF
Pro ski photographer TOM WEAGER has the skinny on drones.

DINNER & DUVET
Experience the Swiss Alps by spending a night in an iconic mountain hut.
BY ERIC KENDALL

HOW GNAR IS TOO FAR?
Sunshine is one of many resorts that have opened tougher terrain to meet the demand of today’s stronger skiers.
BY KEVIN HJERTAAS

RED, WHITE AND BACK ON
Canadian skiers share mixed emotions about returning to their favourite hills south of the border.
BY ADAM BISBY

ALL FOR ONE
With the flexibility of the L’Est Go season pass that includes all four ski areas, maybe it’s time to take another look at the Eastern Townships.
BY IAN MERRINGER

DIGITAL LEMMINGS
Your phone has become the ultimate backcountry resource, but should you let it make all your decisions?
BY KEVIN HJERTAAS

REGULARS

FIRST TRACKS
50 Years of Fun
BY IAIN MacMILLAN

YOUR RUN
Love us or hate us, readers have their say.

SHORT TURNS
Powder King – Diamond in the Fluff

Sun Peaks Resort – 60 Years of Cold Bums and Hot Toddies

GEAR & GADGETS
BY RAY O’REILLY 

CROSSHAIRS
A skiers’ gallery.

SKILL SCHOOL
Get out of jail.
BY NIGEL HARRISON

CAUGHT & SHOT

photo: PENNY KENDALL

 

 

Subscribe and SAVE!

Just $5.00 an issue!

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