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Mont-Tremblant

APRES-SKI? MAIS OUI!

A ski trip to Québec is more than just great snow. So much more!  Nobody in North America knows how to après-ski better than the Québecois. From relaxing spas to off-slope activities, friendly microbreweries to late-night dancing, Québec doesn’t sleep after skiing, it comes alive. In a welcoming and enviable culture that leaves a smile … More »

BIENVENUE À LA MAISON!

BIENVENUE À LA MAISON! Bonjour lovers of snow. Welcome home! Québec’s four key ski regions have so much to offer: warm welcomes, snowy landscapes, panoramic views, and adventures you’ll never forget. For all levels of skiers and snowboarders, a visit to Québec is about more than snow, it’s about coming home. Almost all ski resorts … More »

Meanwhile At Tremblant

This has been a season where optimists have seen the lifts as half-full. “We received guidelines from Alterra Mountain Co. (Tremblant’s owners) on how to operate this winter, but we also have to abide by the Quebec government operational plan that continues to evolve as the winter progresses,” said Tremblant President and COO Patrice Malo. … More »

Topping Up Tremblant

Whether you like it old school or new school, there seems to be no lack of new investment popping up all over the village of Mont Tremblant, making it hard to keep up with the “what’s new, what’s hot?” every season. There may still be only one St-Hubert village location (and it’s an “Express”), but … More »

What’s Up At Tremblant

Last April, skiers at Mont Tremblant rode the infamous Lowell Thomas chair for the last time. Few will miss the rush of having the spring-loaded boomerang hit them smack in the back or knees. The North Side lift was named after Lowell Thomas, a well-loved American radio broadcaster and avid skier who often hosted his … More »

The Trek to Tremblant

For 75 years, the Queen of the Laurentians has drawn skiers from near and far. _By OAKLAND ROSS You don’t have a ski mask?” local ski guide Jacques Gaudreau—a.k.a. Coco—said when he met me at the top of the Express Gondola at Tremblant’s wind-blown summit. “No.” “Nothing to cover your face?” “No.” Well, goggles, of … More »

Short Turns * Winter 2014

Race Ready Those into Whistler’s World Cup race pistes will know that Ptarmigan, which jets straight down the mid-mountain on a northerly aspect, has been widened into an autobahn for the rolling thunder of ski racing. All thanks to upgrades from the 2010 Games, it has also been fixed up with fancy snow-blowing equipment. But … More »

Short Turns: Buyer’s Guide 2013

ONTARIO’S YEAR OF THE LIFT ❖ This is the year of the new lift—at least in Ontario. Despite a low- (or no-) snow season in 2012, at least five Ontario ski areas are pushing ahead with plans to install new chairs—most of them for Greater Toronto Area skiers. “It’s more than we’ve seen in years,” says Bruce Haynes, head of the Ontario … More »

Me, Jack & Mr. Squinch in Québec

A B.C. native, a Kiwi and a Brit fondly recall their days (and nights) spent skiing Québec by Tobias C. Van Veen in Winter 2012 issue   Mon pays, ce n’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver. —Gilles Vigneault When the blizzard hit, I had a sinking feeling in my stomach—along with the poutine and that Fin du Monde … More »

All in the Family

Across Canadian ski country there are plenty of examples of offspring following in their parents’ tracks – must be in the blood. BY STEVEN THRENDYLE from 40th Anniversary issue Rowdy country rocker Hank Williams Jr. once wrote a song called “Family Tradition” that described the wild-child lifestyle he led as the living heir to one of the … More »

Mont-Tremblant

APRES-SKI? MAIS OUI!

A ski trip to Québec is more than just great snow. So much more!  Nobody in North America knows how to après-ski better than the Québecois. From relaxing spas to off-slope activities, friendly microbreweries to late-night dancing, Québec doesn’t sleep after skiing, it comes alive. In a welcoming and enviable culture that leaves a smile … More »

BIENVENUE À LA MAISON!

BIENVENUE À LA MAISON! Bonjour lovers of snow. Welcome home! Québec’s four key ski regions have so much to offer: warm welcomes, snowy landscapes, panoramic views, and adventures you’ll never forget. For all levels of skiers and snowboarders, a visit to Québec is about more than snow, it’s about coming home. Almost all ski resorts … More »

Meanwhile At Tremblant

This has been a season where optimists have seen the lifts as half-full. “We received guidelines from Alterra Mountain Co. (Tremblant’s owners) on how to operate this winter, but we also have to abide by the Quebec government operational plan that continues to evolve as the winter progresses,” said Tremblant President and COO Patrice Malo. … More »

Topping Up Tremblant

Whether you like it old school or new school, there seems to be no lack of new investment popping up all over the village of Mont Tremblant, making it hard to keep up with the “what’s new, what’s hot?” every season. There may still be only one St-Hubert village location (and it’s an “Express”), but … More »

What’s Up At Tremblant

Last April, skiers at Mont Tremblant rode the infamous Lowell Thomas chair for the last time. Few will miss the rush of having the spring-loaded boomerang hit them smack in the back or knees. The North Side lift was named after Lowell Thomas, a well-loved American radio broadcaster and avid skier who often hosted his … More »

The Trek to Tremblant

For 75 years, the Queen of the Laurentians has drawn skiers from near and far. _By OAKLAND ROSS You don’t have a ski mask?” local ski guide Jacques Gaudreau—a.k.a. Coco—said when he met me at the top of the Express Gondola at Tremblant’s wind-blown summit. “No.” “Nothing to cover your face?” “No.” Well, goggles, of … More »

Short Turns * Winter 2014

Race Ready Those into Whistler’s World Cup race pistes will know that Ptarmigan, which jets straight down the mid-mountain on a northerly aspect, has been widened into an autobahn for the rolling thunder of ski racing. All thanks to upgrades from the 2010 Games, it has also been fixed up with fancy snow-blowing equipment. But … More »

Short Turns: Buyer’s Guide 2013

ONTARIO’S YEAR OF THE LIFT ❖ This is the year of the new lift—at least in Ontario. Despite a low- (or no-) snow season in 2012, at least five Ontario ski areas are pushing ahead with plans to install new chairs—most of them for Greater Toronto Area skiers. “It’s more than we’ve seen in years,” says Bruce Haynes, head of the Ontario … More »

Me, Jack & Mr. Squinch in Québec

A B.C. native, a Kiwi and a Brit fondly recall their days (and nights) spent skiing Québec by Tobias C. Van Veen in Winter 2012 issue   Mon pays, ce n’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver. —Gilles Vigneault When the blizzard hit, I had a sinking feeling in my stomach—along with the poutine and that Fin du Monde … More »

All in the Family

Across Canadian ski country there are plenty of examples of offspring following in their parents’ tracks – must be in the blood. BY STEVEN THRENDYLE from 40th Anniversary issue Rowdy country rocker Hank Williams Jr. once wrote a song called “Family Tradition” that described the wild-child lifestyle he led as the living heir to one of the … More »

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Just $5.00 an issue!

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