Webisode: Getting the Shot Episode 1 February 20, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Q&A with Ski-Doo Managers and Experts on 2018 Product... February 17, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes: 2018 Ski-Doo Club Showroom... February 16, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
BRP Ski-doo 2018 Showroom Reveal February 16, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Pemby Life: Episode Two – Safety & Being Prepared... February 14, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Video: Sledding in Golden, BC February 14, 2017 | Colin Wallace
Can Snowbikes and Sleds Co-exist in Harmony?... February 10, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Warm temps and rain down low were the trend in conditions this week. As of Thursday, the riding above 1800m has remained quite good. Over the last couple of days we have received upwards of 20-25cm in the alpine riding areas.
The conditions around Golden are very good right now, and getting better by the second. The area was hit with plus or minus 30cm of fresh snow early in the week. Since then, around 20cm fell in town overnight Wednesay, and it’s still coming down steadily all day by mid-Thursday. …
After quite a long, and brutally cold dry spell, it looks like our weather may be changing here over the next few days. To what extent or extreme, no one really knows. We have upwards of 30cm forecasted to hit the valley by Saturday and then what looks to be above zero temperatures called for early next week. Strange winter for sure.
Old man winter strikes again.
These cycles of dumps followed by sunshine; holayyyyy we are lucky! With luck comes being snow smart, so please play safe out there! We received some good amounts of snow over the weekend, about 50-70cm in Whistler and a less in Pemberton: only about 30cm. And… we’re about to get hit by another mega dump!
The last storm brought us a nice dusting of around 25cm, and the wind created an even deeper fresh dusting in certain areas. Although it was not quite enough to fill in all the old tracks, all you had to do was venture a little further and it was amazing and cold and blower. And cold.
It’s not news that Moore injured himself on the attempt, and has been in recovery ever since. There is now a Road 2 Recovery fundraiser in place to help Moore with the incredible costs of rehabilitation from his injury, which are not covered by insurance.
Opinions on monosuits are fairly polarized. People seem to either love them or hate them. But those in the latter camp are usually just that: haters who have never actually tried one. Those that have can agree that monosuits are pretty great, but the fact remains that not all are created equal. It’s time to take a look at TOBE Privus monosuit to see how it stacks up.
Highmark—perhaps the most prolific avalanche airbag brand in the western Canadian sled scene—has put all its expertise and technical know-how into the Highmark Spire LT, new for Winter 2017.