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May 5, 2010
A look back on three powder-filled days with Whistler’s Powder Mountain Cat skiing recalls faceshots, snorkels, and gravity-free pillow lines. Here’s how to plan your own trip for next winter. By Bill Wanrooy.
April 14, 2010
Introducing a cat-skiing lodge in British Columbia with a wood-fired hot tub. Need we say more? By Bill Wanrooy.
March 23, 2010
When Banff-Lake Louise—a ski epicenter in Alberta, Canada—announced the winner of their Banff's Next Top Model competition, we were expecting a Lange Girl-style portrait. Instead, we found out the winner is three-year-old Julia Bell, a Canadian youngster who apparently loves to ski. Check out the behind-the-scenes video of the competition here.
January 20, 2010
We know, you think Lindsey Vonn’s a good bet to win the women’s downhill at Whistler Blackcomb. And, of course, we agree. But what about the other alpine events? Take a stab at picking the winners, and log back in periodically until the Olympics to see if other readers agree.
January 8, 2010
50 years ago, Whistler was founded on the outlandish claim that someday it would host the Winter Games. The resort finally delivers its destiny—and a whole lot more.
January 8, 2010
The freeskiers who invented it don’t have to like it, but skiercross—make that ‘ski cross’—is now an official, FIS-controlled Olympic event, and former World Cup racers like Daron Rahlves are among the favorites. Burning questions remain, like how baggy should your clothes be, what exactly are the rules, and who’ll win the first gold medal.