FORECAST ISSUE 7.3 PREVIEW


Now that the lifts are turning and the Holidays are on the horizon, we’re excited to preview the third and final issue of volume seven of Forecast.

First up, the front page, which features a beautiful shot from Ben Girardi of Will Goneau exploding in the Whistler, B.C. backcountry. Visit our Instagram profile to see Will’s overwhelmed reaction to scoring his first-ever cover when we surprised him with it this past weekend in Whistler.

Here’s a look at what’s inside…

2022 ACCESSORY GUIDE
’Tis the season to accessorize. From protection for your head, to garments that will keep you warm, to technology designed to keep you safe, consider our gallery of over 60 products from 22 brands a visual handbook on how to tie a bow on your winter setup.


Kevin Hjertaas and Rob Heule between Sunshine Village and Lake Louise. Photo by Bruno Long

SKI BIG 3 TRAVERSE
Kevin Hjertaas, Rob Heule and Bruno Long take to the high country to tour the road less travelled between Mt. Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise Ski Resort in Banff National Park.


Fabian Johann at Sportgastein, Austria. Photo by Christoph Johann

THE PHOTO ANNUAL
After perusing the 13,507 images that were submitted to Forecast this year, we’re proud to unveil a salivating look at our favourite ones.


Selkirk Mountain Experience. Photo by Bruno Long

In addition to all of that, we also offer an insightful look at backcountry partnership through a trip to Selkirk Mountain Experience, a profile on Olympic ski racer turned big mountain powerhouse Marie-Pier Prefontaine, an ode to the pioneering life of the late and great Mike Wiegele, and much, much more.


Marie-Pier Prefontaine in Whistler, B.C. Photo by Guy Fattal

Look for Issue 7.3 of Forecast in ski shops across Canada, and to subscribe, click here.

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