Warren Miller

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The Ikon vs Epic Challenge

The Ikon vs Epic challenge exists for skiers attempting to understand what the actual offering is as the critical mass seeming build with each passing week! I know I’m confused–it’s like skiing in a white out! Yesterday was again a busy...

Grey Rocks Skiing Legacy to be Restored

Grey Rocks ski resort was Quebec’s first ski hill and was once the ski capital of the Laurentian Mountains. A pioneer in the history of skiing in Québec, Grey Rocks and made a name for itself thanks to its ski centre, its hotel establishment...

Early-Opening Ski Areas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year; Halloween decorations have come down and snow is in the forecast. Resorts are getting ready to scan passes and spin lifts, with several already open thanks to serious snowmaking and a helping hand from...

Canadian Team Mogul Skier, Brendan Kelly

Pemberton’s Brenden Kelly won his first nationals title in Dual Moguls on the slopes of Marmot Basin in Jasper last spring in the final event of the Canadian Championships Series. Brenden Kelly is a current member of Freestyle Canada and is a...

Arapahoe Basin and Loveland opening

Arapahoe Basin will open for daily operation for the season on Friday, Oct. 19 making A-Basin the first area to open seven days a week. The Black Mountain Express lift will start turning at 9:00am, giving skiers and snowboarders access to the...

Warren Miller's Journal

Ski Season is Upon Us

By Warren MillerIt’s that time of the year once again, when we are thinking about skiing, but not really doing it. In fact, when I introduced my new film in Seattle last week, I said, “Showing ski movies in November is like showing a pornographic...

The Rain

By Warren Miller The rain is coming down hard, heavy, horizontal and very loud. It is that same time every autumn when there is a race to see who can offer the first skiing for yet another winter. Since Arapahoe Basin is at the highest altitude and...

Sniagrab isn’t a Snow Dance

Discount ski sales have been around for a long time. In 1955, to kick off the ski season, Scott Osborn of the Osborn and Ulland Ski Shop in Seattle, wanted to get rid of a lot of worthless junk that hadn’t sold during the last five seasons.

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