In the 1970’s and 1980’s skiing was undeniably the most glamorous of winter pursuits —a delicious frozen cocktail of speed, athleticism and affluence. Add a tan, a pair of tight ski pants, give it a shake and what do we have? A 1970/80s era ski instructor.
When powder accumulates on the trails and ice forms on the lakes and ponds, it’s time to bundle up and head off on an adventure.This winter will be unlike any we have experienced and while skiing and snowboarding vie for most of the attention, Escarpment has compiled a boundless assortment of additional adventures to get you outdoors and into the fresh air all season long.
While Ontario may not be known for our “high alpine” we do have ample rolling hills that provide more than adequate terrain for ski touring and split-boarding. Vertical gains range from 500-1,000 feet and the lack of crowds and endless wilderness adds to the magic of backcountry (or in our case sidecountry) skiing.
A group of athletes from the Georgian Peaks Ski Club have raised $23,835 for Beaver Valley Outreach (BVO), a local non-profit organization with programs and services for children, families, senior, youth and individuals in The Blue Mountains.