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Powder Highway Road Trip – Stop #5 – Skier Lynsey Dyer on Kicking Horse Resort, BC (Photos + Video)

Most powder junkies know there are a few regions around the globe that seem to get more than their fair share of cold smoke. For North American shredders, one of those legendary deep-snow destinations is the Powder Highway, a 680-mile stretch of road that winds through the southeast corner of British Columbia, Canada. Kicking Horse…

Powder Highway Road Trip – Stop #4 – Eagle Pass Heli, BC (Photos +Video)

The Powder Highway provides over 50 different mountain operators (including eight alpine resorts, nine heli-ski tenures, 16 snowcat zones, and 21 back country outfitters) making it difficult to choose from the menu. As a professional photographer, I try and let the conditions dictate, but I’ve always been curious to discover why so many film crews…

Powder Highway Road Trip – Stop #3 – Revelstoke, BC (Photos +Video)

Stop #1: Sun Valley, Idaho Stop #2: Naksup, British Columbia For the past four ski seasons, I have kicked-started my winter at Revelstoke Mountain Resort  (RMR). A classic, old railroad town with around 7,000 residents dispersed around the southwest side of the legendary Rogers Pass, Revelstoke is one of the most beautiful mountain towns in…

Powder Highway Road Trip – Stop #2 – Heli-Skiing With CMH, BC (Photos + Video)

See Dispatch #1: Sun Valley, Idaho The snowy roads twist and wind as we travel through the southeastern corner of British Columbia in our Outside Van, a mini motor home equipped with all the amenities to chase powder for months. Our next stop is Nakusp, a small mining and logging community (pop. 1,569) located on…

Skiing Sun Valley, Idaho – Stop #1 on the Powder Highway Road Trip

Next Week: Powder Highway Dispatch #2 – Nakusp, British Columbia There is nothing like a good road trip to set the mind free. “Hitting the open road in search of adventure is a part of the American Dream,” said Pat Bauman, an original member of the K2 Performers. In the early 1970s, Bauman teamed up…