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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.
Last Frontier Heliskiing recently released a new promo reel highlighting massive Northern BC snowfalls, small groups of 4 and unrivaled terrain. If this video doesn’t get your blood flowing, you might need to see a doctor.
Whether you’re hitting cruisy groomer runs or extreme backcountry adventures, skiing and snowboarding demand considerable fitness, strength and stability from your legs and core. Here are 5 of the best exercises to keep you in tip top slope shape.
Deep in the BC interior, Edith Rozsa goes on a Monashee Powder Snowcat adventure, experiencing seemingly bottomless powder and endless terrain.
The people have spoken! To kick off Canada’s 150th birthday, ParticipACTION asked Canadian’s to vote on their favourite activities to create the 150 Play List, and some of our favourite snow sports cracked the list.
Ski hors piste*. Backcountry. Ski aventure. Alpine Touring. Randonnée Alpine. Sidecountry. Ski sauvage. Slackcountry. Ski randonée. Ski Touring. In Quebec, there are almost as many ways of saying ‘backcountry skiing’ as there are ways of doing it.
Edith hits the slopes at Lake Louise and shows us the importance of understanding the shapes of your skis to maximise their potential.
With offerings available at 150+ ski areas across Canada, the FIS (Fédération Internationale de Ski) declares the Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass the World’s Largest Snow Program for Kids.
With the season well under way, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team set out their goals for this season and beyond.
Extremely Canadian looks to address the growing popularity of backcountry skiing with Big Mountain Awareness Camps, providing backcountry newcomers with important tips on how to remain safe and responsible while maximising fun.