In case you've yet to score yourself a copy, we wanted to take the time to encourage you to do so by previewing the fourth and final issue of volume four of Forecast...

In an effort to do something a little different, and to complement this year’s Photo Annual and his T-bar-focused feature on non-profit, community driven ski areas, the cover is a self portrait of Bruno Long at Salmo Ski Hill, B.C.

Here’s a look at what’s inside…

Photo by Bruno Long

Bruno Long heads to the Kootenays’ quaintest slopes with the Treadway family to examine the past, present and future of skiing’s first mechanized mode of upward transportation.

Red Mountain Resort, B.C. Photo by Ryan Flett

Our selection of the most dream-inducing and thought-provoking images of the year, from some of the top ski photographers on the planet.

Greg Hill at Rogers Pass, B.C. Photo by Bruno Long

In addition to the above, we also provide profiles on the climate consciousness of Greg Hill and the photography of Steve Shannon; a family oriented exposé on the storied history of Silver Star from one of its most legendary locals, Josh Bibby; a dive into the steep and deep at Snowfall Lodge; a behind the scenes look at the making of Blank Collective Films’ Before Blank, a chance to win Sammy Carlson’s Signature Series backpack and gloves from Dakine, and much more.

Josh & Bob Bibby at Silver Star Mountain Resort, B.C. Photo by Geoff Holman

Forecast’s volume four finale is currently available in ski shops and on newsstands across Canada, so be sure to pick up a copy now, and stay tuned for volume five, which drops this fall. Until then, we hope you’re having a wonderful winter so far, and we look forward to seeing you on the slopes!

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