Over at SnowSeekers they are still in ski mode and will be until the last deck party and the last slush cup has been awarded. They love the snow and the culture that surrounds it. SnowSeekers sent their correspondents to the big and the small to discover the history behind many of our beloved resorts. […]
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Vancouver’s largest ski and snowboard charity fundraiser is back! Monday night fundraisers return January 25th and for a minimum donation of $10, women can Shred for the Cause at Mount Seymour. Shred for the Cause For the 2016 season, women can ski or snowboard from 6:00pm to 10:00pm every Monday at Mount Seymour for a […]
“When it’s ugly and raining in the (Fraser) Valley, and you think there’s no where to go or nothing to do, chances are Manning has snow – and it’s a winter wonderland up here.” Robyn Barker is one of the many friendly faces I met this past weekend at Manning Park — a Provincial Park […]
Presented by: Photo courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb Whistler Blackcomb, recently awarded the title of #1 Best Overall Ski Resort in North America by SKI Magazine, is preparing for another amazing season on its 8,171 skiable acres by offering up the 2014/2015 EDGE Card to Canadian and Washington State residents. Whistler Blackcomb EDGE Card We’re so […]
Back in 2009 I made a Social Media Directory for Ski Season but this year apps are the focus. Helpful Twitter and Facebook accounts aside, ski resorts and local mountains are providing maps and condition information through free mobile applications. Local Mountains Cypress Mountain Cost: Free Platform: iPhone Features: Latest news and events as well […]