Digital Archives, keeping the past stoke alive. Let’s talk about the mags that are no longer on the shelf to buy, but still hosting quality stories and photos from our contributors. They’re alive and well on our digital shelf. Flip through past issues on the new shinny tab “Digital Archive” up top and enjoy past […]
Canadian snowboard athletes did us proud at the X Games 2020 in Norway. The impressive collection of Canadian athletes earned seven podium spots. Snowboard Big Air Men’s division had a fully Canadian podium and Laurie Blouin holding down third place for women’s Big Air. In slopestyle, Brooke Voigt takes third place for women’s and Max […]
Erin Hogue, we know that name, it’s a good one. Recently a competitor and winner of Whistler’s new “Uprising” photo competition, we were stoked to catch up with her after the big win, so we did. But first, you should watch her epic slide show made with her up-and-comer partner and also excellent photog Vince […]
Results are in, but this highlight reel from Redbull is apparently “what you need to know about the 2020 Burton US Open.” Thanks for the coles notes Redbull, we’re into it. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2020 BURTON US OPEN Gasser and Onitsuka claim women’s medals as James lands halfpipe bronze Yuki Kadono put […]
You’ve probably heard of the coveted LAAX before. But what is it? It’s more than just a ski resort in Switzerland, it’s a lifestyle, a culture, and a community. Meet a local that encompasses all of it, Sina Candrian. MEET LAAX LOCAL, SINA CANDRIAN Sina Candrian has been a LAAX local for all her life. […]
The Biggest Little Hill is a video series previously showcased previously in print. Traveling across Canada showcasing the small in size or reputation resorts that have real big souls. This one is all about Mount Baldy. Nestled deep within the Okanagan Valley, there’s an offbeat, community-driven ski hill called Mount Baldy. A large mountain that despite being abundant […]
There isn’t a more deserving soul. YES, Jake Burton Carpenter is our Winter 2020 cover shot. We never questioned who we wanted on the cover, the only question was what image to use. Jake Burton Carpenter looked forward to his annual BC backcountry trip and photographer Jeff Curtes has a solid collection of images of […]
OKAY, so here’s the short. Deep Winter, a classic winter photography competition traditional hosted by Whistler Blackcomb is on a hiatus. Origin stepped in and stepped up the event at the same time. Pairing established photographers with up and comers to shoot a mixed team of pro and amateur athletes over three days. As a […]
Words and photos by Jeremy Allen for SkiNorthBC in collaboration with SnowSeekers. MISSION: In seven days, we aimed to cover some of the “iconics” in North Eastern BC. Investigate the treasures, if you will, via epic road trip. Spoiler alert, it was dope. Ahhhh, Northern BC, where the powder stays fresh, local vibes are authentic AF […]
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