Whistler Blackcomb’s terrain parks have been a breeding ground for some of Canada’s top talent, providing progressive features to help mold tomorrow’s Olympians.
“Whistler is the place to play outdoors. There’s something for everyone.” Larisa Yurkiw explores the vast and beautiful terrain that Whistler, BC has to offer.
Nearby Kootenay and Duncan lakes fuel a westward weather pattern that brings 50 feet of annual snow. As the locals say, the weather starts here.
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.
The Canadian halfpipe team continues to be a dominant force on the international scene. Ski TV caught up with head coach Trennon Paynter and athletes Noah Bowman – who finished third in last week’s X Games superpipe – and Simon D’artois earlier this season.
Alpine World Cup veteran Manuel Osborne-Paradis has a renewed focus and determination to get back on the podium. With tactical training, a few equipment adjustments and lessons learned from over a decade on the world tour, the North Vancouver skier appears ready.
Whistler is many things to many people. For Ski TV host Larisa Yurkiw, in her first visit back to Whistler since retiring from World Cup racing in 2016, it was an opportunity to “get lost” and explore the mountains, village and lifestyle surrounding Whistler.
Whether you're on a green slope or a black diamond, or on your first run of the day or your last - Edith Rozsa shows us how to find the centre of your skis to create better turns.
Deep in the BC interior, Edith Rozsa goes on a Monashee Powder Snowcat adventure, experiencing seemingly bottomless powder and endless terrain.
With the season well under way, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team set out their goals for this season and beyond.