Ski Television takes us to Revelstoke, BC to trace the beginnings of Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Also on show: the art and artists who’ve fallen in love with Revy's location, its people, and its endless ski terrain.
International students from the University of British Columbia travelled to beautiful Big White Ski Resort to experience skiing and snowboarding for the very first time. The results are extraordinary, creating moments they'll likely never forget.
Tag along with Edith Rosza as she traces the origins of Whistler Village, from its humble beginnings in the 1970s to its expansion as a world-class ski resort. Highlights include skiing, outdoor skating, shopping, fabulous dining, and, of course, the Olympic Plaza, a legacy of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Low light. Moving at high speeds. Keeping your eye on a target when thrown off balance. In this segment, Canada's high-performance mogul skiers visit high-performance eye specialists to perfect their performance vision.
This week we look back at the beginnings of Blackcomb Mountain, a BC resort known for its wide open glaciers and long falline groomers. Whistler/Blackcomb is one gigantic snow resort now, but through the 1980s and ‘90s Blackcomb was on its own, a young upstart in fierce competition with its rival, Whistler Mountain.
Fabric, movement, colour… all of it makes a significant difference in the design of uniforms for the Canadian Freestyle Team. Watch as Columbia Sportswear’s team of designers liaise with elite athletes to create Olympic and Word Cup-level skiwear.
Getting World Cup skiers to the top of the podium takes a “team behind the team.” Watch as a physiotherapist and a ski technician work tirelessly to support Canada’s Olympic skiers, paving the way to their gold medal dreams.
Canadian downhiller Manuel (Manny) Osborne-Paradis has experienced his share of peaks and valleys throughout his World Cup ski racing career, including a podium finish last season at Lake Louise followed by a series of crashes in Switzerland and Austria. In this video, Manny reflects on a 2015 season in which, as he says: “Everything went from awesome to really bad in a hurry.”
Reporting from Panorama Mountain Resort in British Columbia, skier Steve Young tours the glades and beautiful groomers of the Sun Bowl — a place that’s graced with the most sunshine on the mountain.
This week Ski Tips host Josh Foster takes some time off from ski teaching to show us around his home ski resort: Big White, British Columbia, Canada’s largest ski-in/ski-out village and home of an average 7.5 metres of dry powder annually.