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" ..its otherworldly terminus at the massive hotel whose façade is topped with an enormous onion-shaped telescope on each of its twin towers some 10 km skywards."

its otherworldly terminus at the massive hotel whose façade is topped with an enormous onion-shaped telescope on each of its twin towers some 10 km skywards.

photo: HENRY GEORGI  *  skier: Sven Brunso  *  snow: Chatter Creek Catskiing, BC

from Winter 2014 issue Ski Canada's current photo gallery featuring the photography of Henry Georgi at Chatter Creek Cat-skiing, BC;

JP Auclair at Chamonix in Winter 2013 issue.

JP Auclair at Chamonix in Winter 2013 issue.

Steep & deep at Ski Canada Test 2015 at Sun Peaks Resort. Feb 27. Big mountain category.

Steep & deep at Ski Canada Test 2015 at Sun Peaks Resort.

guest photo editor Blake Jorgenson - It’s amazing how much the perspective of somebody skiing can change so much from different vantage points. By picking the right angle, you can make the shot so much more dramatic. Grant did it perfectly here. [Lynsey Dyer Photographed by GRANT GUNDERSON North Cascades, Washington]

Guest photo editor Blake Jorgenson When asked to relate one of the hairier moments in his repertoire as a ski photographer, Blake Jorgenson, Ski Can

photo: HENRY GEORGI * skier: Sven Brunso * snow: Chatter Creek Catskiing, BC

photo: HENRY GEORGI * skier: Sven Brunso * snow: Chatter Creek Catskiing, BC

Patrick Biggs in Winter 2013 issue.

Happily ever après If you were meant to ski first tracks at Tremblant, then why are there so many late-night shows, bars, concerts and events going on?

The Test 2013 team at Fernie BC in March. More than 200 pairs of 2013 model skis put to the test for reports in fall issues of Ski Canada. photo: Henry Georgi

The Test 2013 team at Fernie BC in March. More than 200 pairs of 2013 model skis put to the test for reports in fall issues of Ski Canada.

Bonny Makarewicz, guest photo editor: There are ski shots where you can feel the snow texture and quality—this is one of them. [Pip Hunt Photographed by RE WIKSTROM at Snowbird, Utah]

Guest Photo Editor - Bonny Makarewicz They’re few and far between—we’re not sure why—but Ski Canada’s guess is that male ski photographers outnumber

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