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Schuley WIN15 600

from Winter 2015 issue

Whistler Gondolas For Sale

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Delivery not included Whistler Mountain’s two-stage gondola was pretty state-of-the-art when the first passengers hopped onboard during the inaugural 1988 ski season. Indeed, its construction dates back to when the Young family owned Whistler Mountain, while competitor Intrawest—the new kid on the block—owned Blackcomb. “Those cabins were real workhorses,” said Whistler Blackcomb’s Doug Forseth. The… More »

Skiing Kiwi & Oz – Translation Please

If summer in Canada hits and you still haven’t had enough of the slippy, slidey, lefty, righty, then it might be time to start planning your ski trip to the Southern Hemisphere. Many people are surprised to learn that the skiing can be really great in both New Zealand and Australia. That’s if you’re willing… More »

Welcome to the Club

WIN15 Club Med

As North American skiers patiently await news on when Club Med will return to the continent, the iconic French holiday company was busy last December opening its latest four-trident village in Val Thorens, France. Les Trois Vallées, the largest resort in the Alps with 600 km of pistes, begins just outside the ski-room door. With guests… More »

Lotschental – Hidden Valley

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Switzerland’s Lötschental is the quintessential off-the-beaten-track destination for curious skiers.  Tschäggättä — you know the party is going to be good if the name starts with four consonants and includes three umlauts. Well, technically it’s not a party, the Tschäggättä are ghoulish furry beings with over-the-top demonic wooden masks preying on unsuspecting women and children… More »

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