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Ski Canada Magazine
Ski Canada magazine reports on the world of alpine skiing with gear reviews, ski area stories, photo galleries, tips, news & humour.
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Ski Canada Magazine Sep 21
Got ski pass confusion? So do we! With so many collective passes vying for both the local- and holiday-skier markets this season, most people are flummoxed by the fine print.
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Ski Canada Magazine Sep 16
Shaping Up For the Season. Doing some dryland training ahead of the season can help prevent many common ski injuries and make you stronger. Increased mobility, strength and endurance builds confidence and skill, and makes the day more fun.
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Think a first cover is worth a tweet! Psyched to land the cover of with a shot from !!!
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Ski Canada Magazine Sep 13
Successfully climbing K2 , the world’s second-highest mountain, is a truly awe-inspiring feat. To ski down it, well, that’s never been done—until July 22 when Polish mountaineer Andrzej Bargiel successfully skied into the record books.
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Ski Canada Magazine Sep 9
SHOP TALK “Rocker,” “camber,” “playful,” “float,” “taper”…does all the lexicology in ski gear sometimes leave you confused but nodding in agreement? Here’s a glossary of some basic jargon that goes along with ski shopping.
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Ski Canada Magazine Sep 4
Tech editor explains how this year's Buyer's Guide has changed its gear report.
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Ski Canada Magazine Sep 3
It’s time for me to look to the stars for guidance. If you stop reading now, misfortune will most certainly befall you. In First Tracks, Buyer's Guide 2019
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Beautiful late summer bloomers and early fall colors on Tod Mountain today. Won't be long until they are covered in white!! Come explore before they are - great Sun Peaks accommodation available at great prices!
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Ski Canada Magazine Aug 31
Let the ski season begin. Ski Canada Buyer's Guide 2019 hot off the press. On newsstands week of Sept. 10
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Ski Canada Magazine Aug 16
2019 Buyer's Guide on press. For let's look back at 2007 and 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ridiculous'.
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Ski Canada Magazine Aug 16
Buy a lift pass deal by Aug. 22 & you could win your pass.
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Ski Canada Magazine Jul 27
Polish skier first to ski K2 from its summit. Does this look like fun?
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Alpe d'Huez ☃☀❄ Jul 9
‼ ALARMAAAA ! Regardez la Mass Start (à 3330m d'altitude) de la @Mégavalancheucc !
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Ski Canada Magazine Jul 3
Free rolling out at starting with Olympic Plaza. “We hear time and time again, through our visitor surveys, that free WiFi is not only a priority for our guests, but it’s really an expectation.” Free WiFi will reach Conf. Centre & Village Square this year.
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Coalition Snow Jun 22
"If you have trouble finding a women’s ski with enough performance for your taste, this is a good place to start" via
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Iain Cameron Jun 21
You can tell it’s midsummer’s day in Scotland by the fact that a sprinkling of fresh snow has fallen both at Glencoe and Ben Nevis.
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Whistler Blackcomb Jun 20
A suspension bridge so long it won't fit in the photo. | P: Mitch Winton |
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Ski Canada Magazine Jun 10
Winter makes one more curtain call
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Iain Cameron Jun 1
Just one hill in England and Wales has made it to meteorological summer with snow on it: The Cheviot in Northumberland. These two pictures from today show two of the seven patches found. 📷 Jamie Wood.
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Ski Canada Magazine Jun 4
Tourism, it seems, is great—as long as there aren’t too many actual tourists. Particularly of the wrong sort.
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