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Resort Profile: Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

By adamrowden, Fri 20th Jul, 2012 at 09:28
Kicking Horse is a ski resort that is two and a half hours west of Calgary in Canada and it offers you a vast amount of skiable terrain.
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Resort Profile: Mont Tremblant

By adamrowden, Fri 14th Dec, 2012 at 09:31
Mont-Tremblant is a ski resort in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada. Situated around 130km northwest of Montreal, Mont Tremblant is a year round ski destination that has the highest peak (875m) in the Laurentians.
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Resort Profile: Mount Washington

By adamrowden, Fri 14th Dec, 2012 at 10:40
Mount Washington is a Canadian ski resort that is located on the eastern edge of Vancouver Island Ranges in British Columbia. It is one of the most spectacular coastal alpine settings in North America and has the Pacific Ocean as a beautiful backdrop.
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Resort Profile: Mt. Norquay

By adamrowden, Fri 20th Jul, 2012 at 09:28
Norquay is a cracking resort that is just ten minutes from the Candian winter sport’s town of Banff. It is one of three resorts that are situated close to Alberta, which means that it is a very popular resort to visit. And, seeing as Banff is only a couple of hours from Calgary’s international airport, Mt. Norquay is easy to get to from anywhere in the world.
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Resort Profile: Whistler Blackcomb

By adamrowden, Thu 6th Dec, 2012 at 12:11
Whistler is North America’s largest ski area and it is bloody huge. It is over twice the size of the second largest resort and it has plenty to offer. In fact, hundreds of pro winter athletes have honed their skills in this, quite possibly the world’s best, resort.
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The Non-Skiers Guide to Ski Resorts

By user41563, Tue 5th Nov, 2013 at 10:06
If the thought of attaching awkward skis to your feet and hurtling yourself down a snowy mountainside doesn’t appeal to you, you’re certainly not alone. While ski resorts cater partly to folks who either love skiing or want to learn, there are also plenty of activities to keep non-skiers entertained. If your family or friends are planning a ski vacation and you’re wondering what you’ll do to keep busy, rest assured that you can still have a great time with none of the bruises and humiliation that come with amateur skiing.
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