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The awe that mountainous landscapes evoke is universal, yet few people ever venture into the true wilderness. After months of preparation, Martina and her 60-year-old mother Tania embark on a 6 month, 2300km journey from Squamish, BC to Alaska through a relentless mountain wilderness.
With cheap and cheerful AirBnBs taking business from bland big box hotel chains, savvy ski town hoteliers are competing with more intimate, designer-decorated settings.
Sasquatch Mountain Resort promotes Active Family Time by gifting FREE Lift Passes to 25,000 Elementary School Children.
Red Bull recently shared a video of snowboarder Seb Toots, as he goes big on the most iconic stair set in Philadelphia.
The time for technicolour is today, and several skiwear designers are spearheading hectic hues and punchy prints – you’ll never get left behind in a whiteout!
Watch as Raquel, a 30-year-old from Brazil with zero snowsports experience, visits Big White Ski Resort to learn how to ski. #SnowProud
Ready for some creative Christmas Carving, Part 3? Learn about mindful instruction, pop up private lessons, pro-skier instructors, ski university, and uphill programs.
In what is becoming a holiday tradition, Brimacombe ski area launched their third seasonal #SendMeSnow giveaway this week – offering one lucky household the promise of snow, just in time for the holidays! The winner of this one-of-a-kind contest will receive up to 25 yards of snow spread across their front lawn on December 24, 2018.
Last March, The Loners teamed up with Estski on an expedition to the untouched slopes of the Mealy in Labrador; a journey of first descents and pure remoteness.
Ready for some creative Christmas Carving, Part 2? Learn about what ski areas have to offer, with teaching and terrain tours, age and gender-specific programs, and biomechanical skiing.
Canadian freestyle skiing sensation, Mikaël Kingsbury, has added another award to his already illustrious career after winning the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada’s athlete of the year.
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