ISSUE 3.3 PREVIEW

Date: December 7, 2017 Author: Jeff Schmuck Categories: feature
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Now that winter has arrived, it’s time for a preview of the third issue of Volume 3 of Canada’s purest ski magazine, Forecast.

 
The cover features Émile Bergeron (in his first appearance on the front of a magazine) getting his grind on in Quebec City, as shot by the legendary Felix Rioux.

Here’s a look at what’s inside…
 

Mount Seymour, B.C. Photo by llanna Barkusky

2018 ACCESSORY GUIDE
Fall turns to winter, winter to spring, spring to summer, and then back to fall. Seasons change, and you need swag for all of them, so Forecast is pleased to display the most dapper accessories for the snowy times, and beyond.
 

Meredith Eades and Matt Francisty at Powder King Mountain Resort, B.C. Photo by Guy Fattal

REMEMBER AZU
Guy Fattal heads to Northern British Columbia with Meredith Eades and Matt Francisty to chase the ghosts of Powder King Mountain Resort’s pioneering spirits.

Chris Logan and Parker White at Monashee Powder Snowcats, B.C. Photo by Bryan Ralph

CURTAIN CALL
The Big Picture's Chris Logan, Parker White, Mike King and Sean Logan make their way to Monashee Powder Snowcats to mull over their journey from making web edits to their first and final feature-length film.

Alex Bellemare in Whistler, B.C. Photo by Robin O'Neill

OLYMPIC PREVIEW
Dust off your maple leaf mittens... the biggest sporting event in the stratosphere is a mere two months away, and we’ve got the inside scoop on the Canadian freeskiers you should be cheering for.

In addition to the above, we delve into what makes Fernie great, follow Seeking Nirvana to Keefer Lake Lodge, put forth profiles on Joe Schuster and Carter McMillan, go behind the scenes of Blank Collective’s Bearings and 2 Deep Media’s Nightcrawlers, set you up with the chance to score a pair of goggles and sunglasses from Smith Optics and Bobby Brown, and much more.

Look for it to debut on newsstands and in ski shops across Canada next week, making it a perfectly time stocking stuff for Christmas.

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