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Freeze The Day

While some flock to warmer climes during the snowy season, the adventuresome souls who remain are rewarded with breathtaking views, unspoiled scenery, and wintry magic. Whether you want to drop a line into the frozen bay, explore your town or hike to an icy waterfall, Escarpment has something for everyone this winter.

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Escape from the City: A Tale of Two Families

The pandemic altered the world forever, resulting in monumental societal changes. Particularly affected were urban dwellers—many of whom sought respite beyond the city, taking refuge in the small-town charm and natural splendour of Simcoe, Grey and Bruce.

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The Last Rodeo?

When rumours began circulating that this season’s Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup would be the last, I was determined to find out if the tales were true. I booked a flight to Calgary, grabbed my skis, donned my cowboy hat, and headed to one of my favourite places in the Canadian Rockies.

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In Conversation with Kris Mahler

Coming off a World Cup win last season, Canada’s Kris Mahler shares his thoughts on going head-to-head against the best in the world at the FIS Ski Cross World Cup Finals at his home club, Craigleith Ski Club, March 16-18, 2023.

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Into the Wild

On a journey of discovery with a passion to tell a visual story, Harvey Bodach has explored wilderness zones throughout the globe—observing the natural world and its wildlife. His passion, focus, and inspiration drive him to recreate and share his own experiences with truthful accuracy and detailed realism through his art.

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The Great Debate

While quintessentially Canadian, the butter tart is believed to have originated across the pond, which has sparked a lively debate among Scots and French. So—who do we thank for inventing this ooey gooey treat?

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Booms, Blasts & Echoes

From its contentious beginnings as the Meaford Tank Range during World War II, the 4th Canadian Division Training Centre has evolved into one of the largest, most active, state-of-the-art military training facilities in Canada.

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Punching Above Our Weight

To the rest of the skiing world we’re known as flatlanders—while we can’t lay claim to true mountain ranges, Escarpment clubs know a thing or two about producing medal-winning athletes, breeding lifelong skiers and hosting world-class events.

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