The Freestyle World Tour has a new stop for 2018 at Kicking Horse Resort. Watch riders like Pemberton's Logan Pehota compete at the home country classic.
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Salomon is making pitch to create the holy grail of touring bindings to be launched in 2018. The Shift is designed to to be light and efficient enough to tour in, but has the safety features and downhill performance of a traditional alpine binding. Marker has been the market leader for the past two years …
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When the earliest explorers set out to summit the world’s most notorious peaks they were driven by the spirit of adventure, accomplishing these formidable tasks with a good bit of mental fortitude, some really strong lungs and climbing equipment that can be considered primitive compared to today’s offerings. Although today’s ski mountaineers, alpinists and climbers …
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Located at the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Trans-Canada Highway #1 connects some of the most renowned ski areas in the country and it is a dream route for skiers and snowboarders alike – but one that also poses a number of challenges.
Read more Wyssen Keeps Powder Highway Open
Vail Resorts will invest CAD$66 million at Whistler Blackcomb, including new gondola-to-gondola-to-gondola connection
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Parks Canada is in the process of having Waterton Lakes National Park re-mapped for avalanche hazards
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Arcteryx announced an advisory notice for its 20L and 30L Voltair Avalanche Airbags. Their quality control team has recently discovered an issue with the battery which affects its proper deployment at extremely cold temperatures due to an unanticipated change during battery production. This change impacts the proper deployment of the airbag when the battery is …
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