FORECAST ISSUE 4.2 PREVIEW

Date: October 23, 2018 Author: Jeff Schmuck Categories: feature
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It’s starting to smell like winter, so we’re proud to preview the second issue of the fourth volume of Forecast, which will be making its debut at this weekend’s Toronto Ski & Snowboard Show, and arriving at ski shops and newsstands across Canada next week.

 
The cover features Dane Tudor sending it to the moon and back at Mica Heli Skiing, B.C while shooting for Sherpas Cinema’s upcoming film, Children of the Columbia: A Skier’s Odyssey, as shot by Blake Jorgenson.

Here’s a look at what’s inside…

 
2019 OUTERWEAR GUIDE
Searching for a surefire way to stay functional and fashionable while scoring face shots in pow, winks in lift lines and free drinks at après? Forecast is proud to present the finest peacock feathers you can display this winter in our annual Outerwear Guide.

Whitewater Ski Resort, B.C. Photo by Bryan Ralph

BEYOND THE POWDER HIGHWAY
The eclectic quartet of Alex Beaulieu-Marchand, Anna Segal, Mike Riddle and Stan Rey team up with Toyota Canada for a road trip to Rossland, Nelson, Sandon and Fernie, B.C., in search of past and present riches.

Hakuba, Japan. Photo by Reuben Krabbe

FORGETTING FUKUSHIMA
More skiers than ever are swarming The Land of the Rising Sun to get their powder fix, but is it safe? Matt Coté travels to Japan with fellow investigative adventurers Adam McCraw, Carter McMillan and photographer Reuben Krabbe—Geiger counter in tow.

In addition to the above, we’ve got an exposé on the T-bar loving backwood that is Troll Resort, B.C, a first-timer’s perspective on the powder paradise that is Island Lake Lodge in Fernie, B.C., profiles on Elena Gaskell and Ian Morrison, a chance to win a jacket from Orage by showing your finest ski photography to Mason Mashon, and much, much more.

Look for Issue 4.2 of Forecast at this weekend’s Toronto Ski & Snowboard Show, and in ski shops and on newsstands next week. To subscribe, click here.