In this week’s Tips Up, Edith shows us why using proactive visualization is a key component to ski improvement. Watching and analyzing your competition – or the skier that you’d like to emulate – and incorporating this into mental preparation can be a game changer.
Over 150 ski areas across Canada have come together to offer Grade 4s and 5s the opportunity to ski and snowboard 3 times at EACH of the participating ski area. Click here for more information and to apply for your very own SnowPass!
The Canadian Lift Pass Program offers a limited opportunity for skiers and snowboarders to purchase packages of lift passes at a substantially reduced price. Tickets are transferable and quantities are limited so purchase yours today!
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Whether you’re an avid double diamond skier, skilled backcountry snowboarder, or a new participant to the sport, the Toronto Snow Show (formerly the Toronto Ski, Snowboard & Travel Show) offers everything you need to make your slopeside experience complete!
Discover great deals on lift tickets, ski and snowboard lessons, and equipment rental packages. Beginners. This is your opportunity to try skiing and snowboarding in a fun, inexpensive environment.
Thinking about taking up skiing or snowboarding? Or already a skier or snowboarder looking for tips, contests, videos and deals? Click here to head to our Go Skiing Go Snowboarding section for everything you need to get inspired to hit the slopes!
Selkirk College will award ski industry veteran Steve Paccagnan at the upcoming Graduation 2017 ceremony at the Castlegar Campus with the Distinguished Alumnus honour to recognize his excellence in advancing outdoor recreation in Canada.
Minimizing the environmental impacts of a mountain resort is a balancing act. From chairlifts to snowmaking, waste management and night ski lights, challenges change based on season, local weather and climate.
Although the 16-17 ski season isn’t completely done from coast to coast, many of us are already left trying to cope with another winter that’s come and gone. To help with the post-winter blues, we’ve gathered our top 5 favourite stories from the past season.