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Canada's ski magazine since Alpine ski tests, Buyer's Guide, ski travel stories, alpine photography, news and commentary from Canada's biggest ski magazine.

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

photo: CHRIS CHRISTIE, skier Rory Bushfield in Whistler backcountry

photo: CHRIS CHRISTIE, skier Rory Bushfield in Whistler backcountry

Vintage France Travel Posters railway Alsace Lorraine

Broders, Roger poster: Le Hohwald - Champ du Feu - Alsace and Lorraine Railways

by Mattias Fredriksson

Professional skier Cody Townsend bags Powder Magazine’s Best Line and Best Male Performance awards.

Fall 2015 issue - Whistler vs. Vail

Canada's ski magazine since Alpine ski tests, Buyer's Guide, ski travel stories, alpine photography, news and commentary from Canada's biggest ski magazine.

Adam Stein takes a Big Mt. ski for a test run at Sun Peaks Resort, February 2015

Skis in the Big Mountain category have allowed average skiers to have above-average days.

photo: John Schwirtlich * snow: Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing

photo: John Schwirtlich * snow: Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing

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

Death-defying: John Jackson, Travis Rice and Mark Landvik weave their way down the slope

Piste of cake: Death-defying snowboarders make history by becoming first to conquer VERTICAL Alaskan slope

Snowboarders make history by becoming first to conquer vertical Alaskan slope - John Jackson, Travis Rice and Mark Landvik - hurtled down the peak in the foot Tordrillo Mountains -- OPENPICS.

Caught & Shot * Fall 2014  photo: Kacper Kowalski

Caught & Shot * Fall 2014 photo: Kacper Kowalski

Ski Canada tester Christian Armstrong carves up Sun Peaks last week getting his impression of the skis for Ski Canada Test 2016. photo: Adam Stein

Ski Canada tester Christian Armstrong carves up Sun Peaks last week getting his impression of the skis for Ski Canada Test photo: Adam Stein

" ..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.

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