Just as there are traits that are uniquely Canadian, the Banff National Park ski resorts have a few quirks of their own that scream Canuck. Here are our favorite tell tale signs that you are skiing on Canadian slopes.
Selfies have become our way of sharing with friends, family and the world around us, how awesome our day really is. If you are a skier or boarder, it’s impossible not to snap a pic of you, pow and a backdrop of epic peaks when you are exploring the Canadian Rockies. So here is a little guidance on where to get the shot that will induce shred-envy in everyone you know.
World renowned snow artist, Beck creates perfect, detailed geometrical designs using nothing more than a traditional compass, a map drawing and a pair of trusted snowshoes to make carefully-planned tracks in the snow.
The three ski resorts located in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies continue to be blessed with regular snow-fall and cool mountain alpine temperatures.
Traveling with your gear can be a bit of a hassle not to mention an added expense when even your boot bag counts as a separate piece of luggage. So why not travel light? Rent gear.
Ski journalist Louise Hudson, author of onetwoski.blogspot.com, was recently skiing in Banff National Park and participated in our Club Ski program. Read about her experience in her own words below. By Louise Hudson on February 19, 2015 in Client Engagement It’s not often that a seasoned skier gets the chance of a whole day’s instruction with a CSIA Level […]
When the exchange rate is so favorable the only thing steep are the slopes and not the prices. Top 5 reasons to head to the Canadian Rockies for your next ski getaway.