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    Archived pages: 150 . Archive date: 2014-01.

  • Title: Experiences BC: Alpine Skiing
    Descriptive info: Experiences BC.. The 10 Ski Resorts listed below are participating in the 2013-14 Experiences BC Destination Ski Marketing Campaign.. Media Samples.. October 19, 2013.. Globe Mail: "A guide to 10 of B.. 's best Ski Resorts".. theglobeandmail.. com/partners/advskibc1013/.. dropbox.. com/s/w0801xdhl5k9106/Ski%20BC%20Oct.. 19.. 13%20%28final%29.. pdf.. October 26, 2013.. Calgary Herald: "Discover Winter 2013-14".. calgaryherald.. com/discover-winter/DiscoverWinterOct26.. November 9, 2013.. National Post: "Winter in the West".. http://ca.. mediaplanet.. com/winter-in-the-west.. Winter_in_the_West_November_2013.. December 2013 Ski Canada: "A Skiers Guide to 10 of B.. 's Best".. Ski Canada Experiences BC Feature December 2013..

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  • Title: Saskatchewan & Manitoba
    Descriptive info: CWSAA.. Skiing Boarding in Saskatchewan Manitoba.. Quality Snow, Quality Resorts.. Visit a Manitoba or Saskatchewan area near you.. You just might be surprised!.. Here are 14 great ski areas for you to explore:.. Saskatchewan:.. Duck Mountain.. ,.. Kinsmen Ski Hill.. Mission Ridge.. Ski Timber Ridge.. Table Mountain.. Wapiti Valley.. Manitoba:.. Asessippi.. Falcon Ridge.. Holiday Mountain.. Mystery Mountain.. Ski Valley.. Springhill.. Stony Mountain.. Thunderhill..

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  • Title: Welcome
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  • Title: Ski Areas
    Descriptive info: Saskatchewan Manitoba Ski Areas..

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  • Title: Snow Reports
    Descriptive info: Manitoba Resorts.. Saskatchewan Resorts.. Asess.. ippi Ski Area Resort.. T: 204.. 564.. 2000.. Full Snow Report.. Snow Cam.. Mission Ridge Winter Park.. T: 306.. 332.. 5479.. 800.. 550.. 6857.. 242.. 2172.. 862.. 5621.. Falcon Ridge Ski Hill.. 349.. 8935.. 937.. 2920.. Stony Mountain Ski Area.. 344.. 5977.. 542.. 3375.. 867.. 3509.. Timber Ridge.. Springhill Winter Park.. 224.. 3051.. Mystery Mountain.. Winter Park..

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  • Title: Events
    Descriptive info: Events: 2012-13 Ski Season.. March 31 – Slush Cup.. Asessippi Ski Area Resort.. Do you dare to take the plunge? Prizes for the biggest splash, best costume, top style and move.. This is also the last day of the season, don't miss it!..

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  • Title: Special Offers
    Descriptive info: Learn to Ski.. Asessippi Ski Area Resort.. - $9.. 99 Sample Sunday.. Cost $9.. 99 - includes bunny lift, rental instruction.. Upgrade to full pass available.. - Free Group Lesson.. Cost FREE - when you purchase a lift ticket rental same day.. - 1/2 Price Snowboard Rentals.. Cost - $14.. 00 - Includes boots snowboard.. - Get 2 Discover Snowboard Package for $57.. 75.. Cost - $57.. 75 - Includes 2 full lifts, 2 rentals 2 - 2 hour group lessons.. Must be used at the same time on Jan 15 only.. - Free Group Lesson.. Wapiti Ski Area..

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  • Title: Discover Skiing
    Descriptive info: Discover Skiing Boarding.. Introduction to Alpine Skiing.. There are few experiences that can match the joys of Alpine Skiing (aka "Downhill Skiing").. You ski down a snow-covered mountain, with the wind in your face.. You're enjoying a winter playground with your friends, your family.. You control your speed and direction with subtle body movements.. You reach the bottom of the hill feeling energized and invigorated.. But skiing also can be intimidating for first-timers or those who are re-entering the sport after a long absence.. Beginners can be confused by what seems like complex equipment choices and confusing terminology.. This article is designed to give you some basic information that will help get you started the right way.. Gear Up.. Before renting or purchasing equipment, ask yourself a few questions: How often will you ski? Will you ski only on a vacation or also near where you live? Determining your projected commitment level will help you decide whether to rent, lease or buy equipment.. Equipment Options.. →.. Renting equipment at a local ski shop or at the ski resort.. You can rent equipment by the day or week.. This is often recommended for first-time skiers.. (Note: Some ski shops will apply the price of rentals toward purchasing new equipment.. ).. Leasing equipment for an entire season.. Some ski shops offer this service and it can partcularly make sense for children who tend to out-grow gear quickly.. Buying used equipment at a local ski shop or ski swap.. If you are new to skiing, stay away from garage sales and be careful at ski swaps because you may wind up with gear that is outdated and inappropriate.. Ski shops often sell their rental equipment after a couple of years.. Though these skis may look pretty banged up, shop personnel have checked them to be sure they meet safety standards.. Buying new equipment.. You might want to consider a package deal that offers a discount when you buy skis, boots, bindings and poles together.. Ultimately, owning your equipment allows you continuity as you progress through skiing's learning stages and can also save you time and money in the long run.. In general, alpine skis are made of a wooden core wrapped in  ...   binding you choose.. Poles are used to help you with your balance and rhythm while skiing.. Poles can be made from fiberglass, aluminum, graphite or some combination of these materials.. Measure up.. Skis are measured in centimeters (cm).. Your ski length will depend on your ability, height and weight.. A shop employee will help you decide on the appropriate length.. Ski boots come in traditional American sizes and also "mondo point," which is simply the length of the boot in centimeters.. → When trying on boots, wear one pair of medium-weight or light-weight ski socks.. → The fit should be snug and your heel should remain in place when you flex your knee and ankle forward into the boot.. → Your toes should barely touch the inside of the boot and then, when you bend your knee forward, your toes should slide back slightly.. → Make sure there aren't any pressure points or spots that pinch your feet and legs.. → Remember, the boots will stiffen in the cold.. → Avoid buying equipment that is too big.. Don't use the rationale that the child will "grow into it.. " Kids are happier and more confident when they are skiing with the right skis and proper-fitting boots.. → Ask your ski shop about leasing programs for young skiers.. The retention setting on bindings are measured in "DIN" (Deutsche Industrie Norm).. In general, the higher your weight and skiing ability, the higher the DIN setting.. Have a ski shop technician determine and set your DIN for you.. Get Going.. First-time skiers should always take a lesson from a qualified ski instructor.. Don't trust a friend to teach you to ski, and don't jeopardize your relationship by allowing your significant other to serve as instructor.. → Contact your local ski area or ski resort to find out about beginner lessons and any special deals that might be available.. → Make the ski school your first stop.. Take a group or private lesson.. Ask about classes or groups organized by age or gender.. Once you have mastered the basics, consider taking lessons from time to time to help you improve your skills and handle different types of terrain.. Remember: Be safe and have fun!..

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  • Title: Contest
    Descriptive info: Ski with Me Contest.. Enter for a chance to win a Sun Peaks Prize Package, consisting of:.. Two 2-day alpine lift tickets and a two night stay at the Delta Sun Peaks Resort.. - This contest is open to residents of Western Canada only.. - Entrants must have reached the age of majority.. - No purchase or payment is necessary to enter or  ...   2013.. - Maximum one entry per participant.. - Please review the Ski with Me Contest Rules prior to entering the contest.. To view the Contest Rules, please click on the image below:.. To enter the Contest, please click on the logo below.. :.. Note: This contest closed on March 31, 2013.. To learn more about Sun Peaks Resort, please click on the logo below:..

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  • Title: Newsletter
    Descriptive info: CWSAA Newsletters (2012-2013).. December 2013 Newsletter.. CWSAA_Dec_2013_Newsletter.. November 2013 Newsletter.. CWSAA_Newsletter_November_2013.. September 2013 Newsletter.. September_2013_Newsletter.. June 2013 Newsletter.. June_2013_Newsletter.. May 2013 Newsletter.. May_2013_Newsletter.. April 2013 Newsletter.. April_2013_Newsletter.. March 2013 Newsletter.. March_2013_Newsletter.. February 2013 Newsletter.. February_2013_Newsletter.. December 2012 Newsletter.. December_2012..

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  • Title: Newsletter
    Original link path: /newsletter/cwsaa-newsletters.html
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