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.

BOWLES’ BLOG: Vonn vs Stenmark … the race is back on!

January 11, 2017  |   Features

GUILTY AS CHARGED. Yes, me. Likely you too. I just can’t keep my eyes off Lindsey Vonn. Before you jump to gutter-brain conclusions, or send an “objectifying women” letter to the editor, let me explain.  For the past dozen or so years, this young woman (she’s 32) from Vail, has ...
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Target Millenials: Ski industry shifts focus to younger generation

January 11, 2017  |   Features

When Aaron Kellett peers out the window of his office at Whiteface Mountain, these days he’s usually smiling. “My office is right next to our beginner trail, and when I look out I see people on our beginner trail,” said the 38-year-old Kellett, who’s been the manager at Whiteface for ...
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