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.
It’s a fact: the only constant in the bumps is change. Edith shows us the importance of remaining balanced and centered over your skis and getting back to being balanced when you get “bumped” along the way.
In this week’s Ski Tip, Edith explains and shows how to initiate your turn properly by using patience and letting your skis work for you, is the key to getting into the turn properly.
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.
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.
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.
Sometimes, it can be difficult to maintain your balance when you go from skiing on a flat terrain to skiing on a steeper pitch. Edith shows up how to position your body leading into the pitch change to make a seamless transition.
Whether you're an off-piste expert or a skier looking for a new adventure, Edith gives us some pointers on how to navigate skiing in the trees so you can stay confident and have fun in the powder.