Thursday , 30 March 2017

Claire Challen takes viewers on an insiders look at the epic powder and Selkirk Snowcats. Sandwiched between the Selkirk and Purcell Mountains in a reliable and consistent snow zone, treating guests to true steep-and-deep experience. The nearby Kootenay and Duncan lakes fuel a westward weather pattern that brings 50 feet of annual snow. As the locals say, the weather starts here.

The all-female ski brand: Coalition Snow is killing “shrink it and pink it” one board at a time

January 23, 2017  |   Features

THE QUEST FOR GENDER PARITY IS NOT RESTRICTED TO THE CORPORATE WORLD. The ski industry is also full of examples of preferential treatment of men over women. From sponsorship deals to representation in the workforce, women are often treated like Snowblades: occasionally ridiculed, sometimes ignored and always the short stick. While ...
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The Evolution of Freestyle, by Andi Naude

January 18, 2017  |   Features

I HAVE AN OBVIOUS BIAS BUT THE SPORT OF FREESTYLE, and in particular World Cup mogul skiing, is more exciting and progressive than any sport out there. Mogul skiing has evolved rapidly over the years and is getting bigger. Ever since its debut as a demonstration sport in the 1988 Winter ...
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Ski TV 2017: Rediscovery @ Whistler-Blackcomb

January 17, 2017  |   Featured Video

Whistler is many things to many people. For Ski TV host Larisa Yurkiw, in her first visit back to Whistler since retiring from World Cup racing in 2016, it was an opportunity to “get lost” and explore the mountains, village and lifestyle surrounding Whistler.
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