Introducing Issue 2.4

Date: January 17, 2017 Author: King Writer Categories: feature
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After tinkering and toiling on the sophomore volume of Forecast since last summer, we're exceptionally excited to bestow a bittersweet preview of our fourth and final issue of the season, which features The Photo Annual, and in our opinion, quite possibly our best and most breathtaking cover yet...

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Front and centre is one of Canada's most stalwart skiers, Mark Abma, slaying something out of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas in the mighty Tordrillo Mountains of Alaska, as shot by one of the most creative masterminds in ski photography, Reuben Krabbe.

Here's a look at what's inside...

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Photo by Ryan Flett

ON PISTE
Forecast's Editor Jeff Schmuck explores cabins in the woods on his hometown turf of Red Mountain, B.C.

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Photo by Bruno Long
PISTE OFF

Chris Rubens, Colston VB and TJ Schiller stampede Chatter Creek, B.C., the Wild West of cat skiing.

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Photo by Mattias Fredriksson
DESPERATELY SEEKING STRANDA

Leslie Anthony and Mattias Fredriksson sojourn in Strandra, Norway, to drift into Swedish guide Oscar Almgren’s fjord-filled dreams.

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Photo by Nic Alegre
THE PHOTO ANNUAL

Showcasing the most inspiring and impactful imagery from last season, in an effort to get you that much more giddy about this one.

In addition to the above, we interview Mike Henitiuk, profile photographers Zoya Lynch and Blake Jorgenson, offer up the chance to win some swanky sunglasses and goggles on behalf of Oakley and Sean Pettit, and much, much more.

Look for the fourth and final issue of Volume 2 of Forecast on newsstands and in ski shops across Canada in the coming week, and to subscribe, click here.

On behalf of all of us at Forecast, thanks for reading, and for your continued support. We hope you’re all having a great winter thus far, and stay tuned for more shenanigans in our third volume, due out this fall. Until then, happy shredding!