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.
Edith hits the slopes at Lake Louise and shows us the importance of understanding the shapes of your skis to maximise their potential.
With the season well under way, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team set out their goals for this season and beyond.
There’s nothing quite like a sunny day after a snow storm at Big White when the ski area’s snow ghosts appear in all their glory. Josh Foster shows off this BC resort’s green runs, steeps, perfect glades, and champagne powder.
Get a great pair of goggles for flat light, choose a treeline for better definition and visibility and lastly drag your pole and tap the tail of your ski for reference points.
Are you trying to get more forward on your skis? Why? Josh talks about trying to get to the middle of your skis.
Does beer taste better after a powder day? In search of powder and pints, the BrewSki Tour team asks this all-important question from the ski and snowboard slopes of Silver Star, BC.
Sometimes when the pressure comes on we start to think about edging our skis and that’s when the “inner weirdness” comes out. Josh talks about the where, when and how of smoother turns on your skis.
From last season’s World Cup mogul event in Calgary, Canadian Freestyle Team skier Philippe Marquis talks about the importance of quality gear. For warmth, toughness, and performance, the team relies on the technical know-how of Columbia. Here’s why: