BC's Red Mountain is extending a new chairlift up Grey Mountain. The fixed-grip Poma quad chair is on schedule to be completed for the 2013/2014 ski season.
Skiing Spring’s Hero Snow
Lori Knowles – For the Canadian Ski Council
Ahhh, spring skiing. The perfect mix of sun, soft snow and…slush? Slopes heat up around this time of year, altering the snow’s texture from “powder” to what skiers call “slush,” “sugar” or “corn snow.”
Spring snow can be challenging at times, but it can also be
Part 3: Picking brains and talking to the pros
A continuation from “Getting back on the slopes after joining motherhood”.
So I’ve done a little bit of work on “The Fear” since my last blog post but not as much as I had hoped
Getting back on the slopes after a joining motherhood. (Part 1)
I promise I know what I’m doing out there on the slopes, even though I really don’t look like it. I’m a snowboarder who works in the ski and snowboard industry and I have a new hurdle
When you hit the slopes, dressing for warmth and comfort beats fashionable style every time. So when doing up your packing list for that March Break getaway, leave the jeans for après ski.
Here is handy list of what to wear skiing and snowboarding.
purchase a good pair of ski socks. They really
When heading out as a family there is always the fear of over spending but luckily with ski and snowboard trips there are always ways to save a bit of cash here and there. We’ve come up with a few tips to help you save money.
1. Take the Whole Family!