Three important lessons I've learned from 2 and half years of travel. By Sarah Johnson
Fernie’s a big-kid playground. Now go play.
A bare-bones lift network means lines can be long on powder days and weekends, but the place feels empty on the upper mountain. There, explore the expansive upper bowls and chutes.
The web series kicked off in memory of Andreas Fransson, with an Icelandic adventure, and now takes you from deep B.C. pow, to Japan, and beyond.
Big White’s position in the Monashee Mountains above desert-like Okanagan Valley serves up lots of sun, relatively mild temperatures, and copious, dry powder.
Whistler Blackcomb is a leader in every aspect of the skiing experience.
This is authentic northern BC skiing, rich in friendly locals.
Revelstoke is a place no one ends up at by accident. Find out why.
What do you do when powder doesn’t pan out? It rarely happens at magical Red Mountain, B.C. But when it does, well, we are skiers. We’ll find the joy.
His résumé reads like this: Godfather of Freeskiing. Helped create the first twin-tip ski. Founding member of the New Canadian Air Force. And if you’re still not impressed, try ...