It’s been over 30 years since the resort opened for skiing in July, but the late-season snowpack had resort operators asking “why not?”
This La Niña season delivered generously in some regions, especially during the spring. Better late than never.
B.C. based heli-ski guide Tyson Rettie lost his vision in 2019. Now, he's the blind leading the blind.
Welcome to RED Mountain Resort and idyllic Rossland, B.C., where skiers live perfectly storied lives—and more are on the way.
During the pandemic, Whistler Blackcomb was transformed into a place that barely felt familiar to one avid local. This season, she hopes to get reacquainted with her home mountain.
The resorts along the so-called Powder Highway serve up plenty of the fluffy white stuff during any winter road trip. To understand how it all came to be is a different type of journey altogether.
No, resorts cannot buy their way into the rankings, and other questions answered about our annual reader survey.
The Indy Pass just added four new resorts, and now offers 144 days of skiing for $279. Are you up for the challenge?
Two vastly different tourism proposals are competing for the right to operate on the same territory, jockeying both for First Nations partnership and provincial approval.
Great views without all of the hard work. Here are our favorite summer hikes at ski resorts throughout North America.
The pass wars heat up this spring as the Ikon Pass includes First Tracks access with all of its 2021-'22 season passes.
SKI's brand-new, highly opinionated list of the scariest terrain in North America that all skiers should add to their agendas this season.
The only Canadian skier to win the World Cup Overall title to date is still going strong more than halfway through her seventh decade.
Looking for a rugged, high-alpine backcountry experience away from it all? This place might be your best bet.
The heli skiing operation has one hell of a deal for our readers up north. We’re wishing we moved while we had the chance.
From seemingly impossible rail tricks in Finland to deep powder in the backcountry of British Columbia, there isn’t much the 21 year old phenom can’t do.
Jackson Lebsack knows his way around Whistler Blackcomb, so he tried some new things while there for "work."
Chasing BC Pillows with the Canadian Hosers Riley Leboe, Mike Henitiuk, and Matt Margetts.
The women crushed the Canadian venue with plenty of air and speed.
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.