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.
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:
Skiing the “steep and super fun” terrain at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in British Columbia’s Dogtooth Range, Clair Challen and a group of ski friends have this to say: “We didn’t have a bad run today!”
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Inspired by the speed riding shown at last season’s Fernie Film Festival, skier Claire Challen straps a chute to her back and attempts some speed riding of her own at BC’s Fernie Alpine Resort. “Speed is your friend,” Challen tells herself. Does she achieve lift-off? Watch and find out.
Peek inside Skoki Lodge, Canada’s first backcountry ski lodge situated high in the alpine (7,000 feet) in beautiful Banff National Park.
Reporting from the Happy Valley Beginner Area, Josh Foster shows us how Big White, BC’s snow school has turned the mountain into a classroom, featuring loads of family ski fun at its Terrain Learning Centre—also known as the T.L.C.!
Returning to its Ontario roots, Mackenzie Investments is once again helping fund grassroots ski racing in Ontario.
Follow Alpine Canada’s sports science team at Calgary’s Canadian Sport Institute as it preps Canada’s ski cross team for World Cup excellence. Watch as skilled ski cross athletes train in Winsport's high-tech gym, where a bold message on the wall urges everyone on: STAY HUMBLE, BE HUNGRY
From Banff’s storied Chateau Lake Louise, Claire Challen starts her ski morning right: eggs benedict followed by a free shuttle to Lake Louise Ski Area, home of 4200 acres of world class ski terrain.