Places to SkiBaker Creek Banff Bill Milne Blueberry Hill Brewster Creek Canmore Nordic Centre Cascade Valley Castle Lookout Confederation Park Golf Course Dog-friendly Elk Pass Emerald Lake Evan-Thomas Frozen thunder Goat Creek Great Divide Hawkridge Healy Creek Hydroline Kananaskis Kananaskis Fire Lookout Kananaskis Village Lake Louise Lake O'Hara fire road Moraine Lake road Mt Shark Nipika Pipestone PLPP Pocaterra Races Redearth Creek Ribbon Creek Sandy McNabb Shaganappi Golf Course Skogan Pass Spray River Tyrwhitt Watridge Lake Road Wedge connector West Bragg Creek Wheeler Whiskey Jack Wolves Yoho
(Do not enter on this page; please enter on the contest page Win home waxing set-up) Cross-country skiing can be a lot more enjoyable if you have the appropriate wax for the conditions on
You’ll go faster and extend the life of your skis if you glide-wax(also known as hot-waxing) your skis regularly. Skiing’s more fun when you have the appropriate wax for the snow temperature, too.
How about some advice from SkiHere readers… Lizi asks: Just learning to ski and wondered if you could suggest trails in Banff, Kananaskis or Canmore that are beginner trails and importantly, have enough skiers on them that safety