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Top 10 Best Terrain Parks – Part I
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While most people choose their ski resort for the size of the ski area, the accommodations, the apres ski or even for the number of chairlifts; boarders & freestyle skiers are most likely to make their mind up whether the resort has a terrain park or not. Throwing yourself off jumps or double back flipping read more…

Experience One Week in Whistler !
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Whistler Blackcomb is a place where a deeply rooted mountain culture espouses the spirit of adventure, progression and international notoriety; a place shaped by legendary peaks, Olympic athletes and perpetual wonder. A single lift ticket gives access to two unified mountains at dusk at the base of the village of Whistler, where the vibrant and read more…

10 reasons why you should go skiing in Canada
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Canada is very well known for having legendary ski resorts and is a bucket-list destination for skiers and boarders alike. With knee-deep powder, immaculately groomed slopes, tree-lined runs, massive snowfall and national-park scenery – it’s easy to see why a ski holiday in Canada is the best snow trip you can experience. There are many other read more…

Why skiing in March is way better than you think!
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After a great winter in Australia, NZ and South America; Southern hemisphere snow season is slowly coming to an end and it’s now time to get ready for Northern hemisphere winter season that will start in 2 months. While most famous destinations such as Niseko, Hakuba, Whistler, Banff, Park City or Steamboat are almost fully read more…

Whistler-Blackcomb snow holiday update – February 19

While most of snow lovers at watching at Sochi Winter Olympics, Whistler is blessed with huge snowfalls for the last weeks. Winter has delivered the goods to Whistler Blackcomb with 119cms / 4 feet of snow falling on the mountains over the last seven days. With another 39cms / 15 inches of snow predicted in read more…

How good is skiing in Whistler Blackcomb in December?

It’s almost Christmas now but ski resorts in Canada have already received lots of snow since November. But how good was the skiing in Whistler-Blackcomb in December? Actually, it has been an amazing winter season kick off with many ski resorts in Canada opened since mid November with excellent snow conditions and fresh powder. There read more…

The 10 largest ski resorts in the world – Part 1

The 10 largest ski resorts in the world With hundreds of ski resorts to choose from, planning a ski holiday is not easy. Of course, you can narrow your selection depending on what your preferences are: beginners or advanced, challenging terrain or wide array of shopping choices, family destination or ski resorts for snow holidays read more…

5 most scenic ski resorts in North America

Whether you are a skier or a boarder, looking for waist deep snow or wild après ski, a ski resort with stunning views is always something that will astound you and make your ski holidays memorable. So what are North America’s most scenic ski resorts? With hundreds of ski resorts scattered all over the continent, read more…

Top 10 longest vertical drops in North America

  Are you looking for adrenaline and big thrills for your next ski holidays? Or maybe your goal is to find long runs and challenging terrains? Here is the list of ten highest vertical drops in North America.   Vertical drop, or vertical rise, is a common statistic use by ski resorts to define how “tall” read more…

Ski resorts’ season dates and snow reports – Canada and USA

With snow dumping all over the northern hemisphere, here is a sum up of the opening dates and snow reports for ski resorts in Canada and USA. Some ski resorts happily announced early opening dates for the winter season and all we can say is that’s a great kick off this year! CANADA Banff – read more…