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January 10, 2012
How to ski America's hat.
December 22, 2011
With the installation of the Polar Peak chair this fall, Fernie Alpine Resort opens up new cliff- and chute-studded terrain in a zone that, until now, saw only occasional action as bootpack-accessed spring skiing.
December 13, 2011
Jordan Manley's look at skiing the isolated fjords of Baffin Island is well worth 16 minutes.
November 15, 2011
Given his range of self-imposed, epic, and improbable accomplishment, Ogle can only be considered a virtuoso of modern alpine exploration. Or the luckiest man alive.
November 8, 2011
Serious mountain stoke from the silver screen.
September 30, 2011
What happens when an athlete goes down hard on a film shoot? Cody Townsend and Matchstick’s Scott Gaffney told us what it was like from both sides of the lens.
July 15, 2011
Summer is road trip time. Load the car, crank the music, and head out on one of our favorite trips through ski country.
July 8, 2011
The bike park crew at Whistler-Blackcomb is deconstructing the elements of the ride to find out what it takes to make perfection. Check out the videos.
British Columbia | Resorts | Canada
June 9, 2011
With the 2010 Winter Olympics around the corner, all eyes are on Whistler Blackcomb. The masses will descend on Whistler Mountain, where the official events will take place. Which means Blackcomb will be the place to ski. Locals know that Blackcomb outperforms its better-known neighbor when it comes to off-piste terrain and jibbing. Plus, Blackcomb’s lift lines are shorter, its park and pipe bigger, and its backcountry steeper. And with the new Peak-to-Peak gondola—a record-setting 2.73-mile-long feat of engineering—now connecting the two mountains, you can easily zip over to the big W. But with Blackcomb’s terrain, why bother?
June 9, 2011
Following Revelstoke’s grand opening last winter, first-time visitors identified a series of problems that the resort’s developers had failed to anticipate when they created a ski destination integrating 500,000 acres of cat- and heli-skiing with North America’s longest lift-served vertical. Among the quibbles: (1) The runs are “too long.” (2) There’s “too much powder.” (3) The absence of lift lines “prevents skiers from resting between runs.” This may sound like a joke, but these are actual complaints logged by management—and they underscore the stunning enormity of Revelstoke’s terrain. Our advice: If you aren’t prepared to go huge, don’t go at all.
British Columbia | Resorts | Revelstoke