In this installment of Ski Tips, Edith explains and demonstrates how to maintain control and adjust your tempo and rhythm to suit the terrain. A game changer for handling the steeps.
Sandwiched between the Selkirk and Purcell Mountains in a reliable and consistent snow zone, Selkirk Snowcats treat guests to a true steep-and-deep experience.
"My trip has ended and my mind is blown. What a brilliantly different experience I had in St. Moritz, Switzerland, this time around." Larisa Yurkiw reflects on her experience as a spectator at the FIS World Cup Championships.
Ski Canada Magazine recently released their “Best of Skiing in Canada 2017” list, covering everything from the best deals to the best bangers and mash, with a bit of everything in-between.
Big White Ski Resort has designated two Nordic Trails to the use of fat tire mountain bikes.
Controlling your speed is easy on a green run but can be much more challenging when you're dealing with steeper terrain. Edith shows us how to maintain control and speed under any situation on the slopes, one turn at a time.
Canmore entrepreneurs tackle the ski industry, one ski build at a time. These two Alberta-based ski industry entrepreneurs, who traded in their high-paying oil and gas jobs to enter the hand-crafted ski manufacturing business, are learning the ropes of an emerging trend of building and selling skis in an effort to improve ski technology and performance.
POV cameras are a great way to relive the best moments of your day and share your epic lines (or nasty crashes) with family and friends. But with every Todd, Rachael and Jerry capturing glorious pow runs, high-speed groomers and late-night hijinks with their helmet cams, how do you stand out?
We all know that families are growing all the time. So here are some age-appropriate reasons to ski en famille at a range of resorts this season.