Building new ski lifts is what nearly every ski instructor, piste basher driver, lift operator in the northern hemisphere does in the Summer.
I’ve just read that at the beginning of December this year, Klaus Obermeyer celebrated his 103rd birthday and his 100th year of skiing. Of course he had a bit of a party in his home town of Aspen Snowmass.
So back at the beginning of the year four of my mates decided to pack their warm clothing and head off to Canada to check out the ski resorts around Banff.
So whilst the rest of us were sat around the Christmas tree. Four of my mates decide to pack their warm clothing and head off on a ski trip to Canada.
This is a guest blog from Liz at Canadian Affair. She encourages us to explore her top 3 ski destinations for a Canadian ski holiday.
Un-crowded slopes and cheap prices make a November ski trip a good option. As the non-glacier resorts start to open and there are more pistes on offer.
If you only get one precious ski holiday a year, don’t ski in October, but if you’re lucky enough to be passing by any of these ski resorts, pop in.
A freeski dream trip on the Powder Highway, in British Columbia, Canada, with Team Salomom riders Mike Douglas, Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens.