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Updates From Across the Country

I was just reading a recent newsletter from the Canadian Ski Council, and they have a nice roundup of resort improvements this season across Canada. Click the links below to find updates on one close to you. Fernie Nakiska Kimberley Mont Tremblant Mont Sutton Whistler Blackcomb

Seven Days to Mont Tremblant

One of my annual snowboarding pilgrimages is to Mont Tremblant, possibly one of the most famous ski areas in eastern North America. It’s famous with good reason: the vertical, facilities and European feel make it a preferred destination for pretty much anyone that lives in Ontario, Quebec or many parts of the eastern United States […]

First Snowboarding Trip Booked: Mont Tremblant!

Over the past couple of years I have made it a habit of heading to Mont Tremblant. Consistently rated one of the best resorts in the east, it’s an Intrawest property with a European feel. Although the mountain is nowhere near the size of anything out west it’s still pretty big, and does the job […]

The Complete Jay Peak Writeup

I’m finally back from my Jay Peak adventure, having returned late Sunday night. This was my third trip to Jay, and unfortunately might be my last. A little background on Jay Peak Jay Peak is nestled just inside the Quebec/Vermont border, about eight hours from Toronto and a couple from Montreal. It’s so close, in […]

A Guide to Mont Tremblant

What follows is personal opinions on the Mont Tremblant ski area, and are based on personal experiences only. Everyone’s experience will be different! As I return to Tremblant, this guide will be continually updated. Also be sure to check out our guides on Whistler and Blue Mountain, both Canadian ski resorts. The resort First, I […]