Safety first on the off-piste
If you want to powder on the off-piste in North America, you must be equipped with all the necessary safety equipment: With avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel and avalanche airbag. More tips and tricks can be found at Avalanche Canada (www.avalanche.ca).
Deep snow skiing for experts
Do you know how to ski deep powder snow and do you enjoy weightless, short, rhythmic turns through the powder? Then you're ready for the next step: SKI KANADA & SKI USA give you the ultimate technique tips. Powder skiing
Banff, Sunshine and Lake Louise: Canada like a picture book
Canada's winter wonderland with magnificent ski resorts, champagne powder, one of the most beautiful ski resorts in North America and amazingly fair prices.
CMH Galena: The heliskiing area for experts!
Sorry, but this CMH lodge is not for heliskiing beginners. If you don't want to sink in this snow hole, you should really master your board or skis in deep snow. And when we write deep snow, we mean deep
Red Mountain: old hippies, young racers and cool freeriders
Reds Locals are the coolest guys in the world! At least that's what Red Mountain Resort claims. And if you've ever been there, you know: Reds Locals are really cool!
Ski-Rodeo in Kicking Horse
Kicking Horse is only for the saddle fit! Golden's ski mountain has almost only steep and challenging runs: ideal for good boarders and skiers and as a warm-up for cat and heliskiing.
Mount Washington: the powder paradise by the sea
Golfing, hiking, kayaking, winter sports
Castle Mountain: Cult Ski Resort in Southern Alberta
Castle Mountain is iconic! Deep in southern Alberta, the lifts are second hand, but the skiing is first class. The crazy ski area of the cowboys even offers catskiing.