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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 Jun 12
Skiing and sailing Norway means practicing avalanche rescues as well as man-overboard drills.
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SnowBrains May 28
Best. News. EVER!! Mammoth Mountain EXTENDS Season Into August After 30
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Ski Canada Magazine May 27
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OpenSnow May 22
Colorado's statewide snowpack currently sits at 202%, with areas in the southern mountains topping 300-400%.
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Breckenridge Resort May 22
With 13" of snow over the past 2 days, and more than 450" this season, we’re letting the good times continue to roll into June with 2 more weekends of spring skiing beyond Memorial Day, June 1-2 & June 8-9!
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 29
Missing ski season yet? Here are our annual Best of Skiing awards.
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 26
Ski Canada has just learned that Doug Sager, a long standing columnist for the magazine, was killed in a cycling accident in the US. Doug wrote a scrappy Letter from the Alps column for many years. Here's a sample: Doug was one of the best.
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Pique Newsmagazine Apr 16
Very sad news today: 38-year-old professional freeskier Dave Treadway died after falling down a crevasse while skiing in the Pemberton backcountry on Monday
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 15
I’ll admit, I was impressed with the skiing, but I was in total awe of the Eiger. I’ve had a thing for it since seeing the 1970s Clint Eastwood film, The Eiger Sanction.
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M-P Belisle-Kennedy Apr 15
Friends in high places! Our interview with retired national team ski racer Robbie Dixon at the top of the infamous last Friday. Dixon came in second! Well done on this very sketchy terrain😯
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Alpine Canada Alpin Apr 12
🚨 Vote and nominate today for the 2019 , and have a chance to win an exclusive Alpine Canada jacket! Only 3 DAYS LEFT! Visit TODAY to cast your votes! 🚨
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M-P Belisle-Kennedy Apr 11
Day 2 of our Whistler Ski & Snowboard Festival did not disappoint ❄️ 🎿. First off with the we caught up with godfather of freestyle Mike Douglas and the princess herself more photos to follow
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 5
March 16, 2019. Family & friends saluted Jimmie Spencer, (past Pres. CWSAA) by skiing his famed path back to the family cabin The run was renamed ‘Jimmie's Home Run’. Col. Jimmie, also a British Army WW II Vet. passed away in July 2018 at the age of 92.
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 4
'What Were We Thinking?' Before cellphone bewitchment, liability fears and political correctness, skiers used to be a wild and crazy bunch.
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 3
Mid-winter conditions still on . Here's taking a few turns just last week.
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Ski Canada Magazine Apr 3
Our annual look at what’s new, improved, funny and downright worthy of praise about skiing at home. Here are our ‘Best’ awards for 2019:
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Alpine Canada Alpin Mar 29
Help us celebrate 🇨🇦's vibrant ski racing community by recognizing the athletes, coaches, volunteers who have made a mark this season. The 2019 nomination and voting is now LIVE Visit TODAY to cast your votes ✅
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Adam Bisby Mar 27
The Corduroy Highway must be primed for . After all, it got BURIED this season. On that note, my 1st feature for is now online:
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Steve westlake Mar 23
Loretto Ski Shop was a true skiers destination in the middle of farm land in southern Ontario and worth giving a helping hand. I still stop in to the shop every time I return to Ontario
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