Don’t underestimate the eastern Canadian province of Quebec for your next winter exploit. When most people think about skiing in Canada, images of Whistler and the big mountains in the West immediately come to mind—and understandably so. But don’t underestimate the eastern Canadian province of Quebec for your next winter exploit. While you may notContinue reading

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It’s time to hit the Powder Highway and explore the Kootenay region of British Columbia. Think of the ski resorts that populate the Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia as the antithesis of Whistler-Blackcomb’s mega-resort experience further to the east. The resorts, loosely based around the quaint town of Nelson, are more mom-and-pop than high-endContinue reading

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Whistler has it all: a cute European-style village, steep expert slopes, family and beginner friendly terrain, and views that go on forever. As North America’s number one rated ski resort, Whistler Blackcomb serves as the hub for mountain sports lovers the world over. Spanning 8,171 acres, its vast and varied terrain continues to entice first-timeContinue reading

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Winter has arrived and ski season is here. Banff National Park is a world-class destination for hiking and climbing in the warmer months and skiing in the winter. Strap on your skis, because we’re hitting the slopes. When visiting Banff in the winter it’s easy to think that you’ve just been transported into an enchanted snowContinue reading

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The Winter Solstice falls on December 21st across the Northern Hemisphere. It documents the shortest day of the calendar year. And while enduring the longest night might feel a tad morbid—the date also signifies the glorious start of what we know to be winter. And that’s reason enough to celebrate. Bring on all those deep-white-powderContinue reading

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Alaska is all about, huge mountains, big lines, deep snow, and very vertical pitches. If you’ve watched any film dedicated to snow sports, you already know what it means to ski or ride in Alaska: huge mountains, big lines, deep snow, and a vertical pitch that looks less like skiing and more like “point yourContinue reading

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