• 45.3

    NOVEMBER 2016


    We dedicated the November 2016 issue to northern journeys and snowy destinations. Banff, Alberta, is the largest town in a Canadian national park and reveals the tenuous balance between development, skiing, and nature. In Alaska, a skier hikes for her lines with an Anchorage local and follows a madman into a white cloud at the top of Thompson Pass in Valdez. In Norway, nearly 150 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Narvik is a World War II battleground turned skier's paradise. The issue closes with the deepest story of all—Cascadia. Step one: Pick up the Travel Issue (45.3) at a newsstand near you. Step two: Book the flight. Step three: Go skiing.

  • Skiing in Banff, Alberta

    PAGE 64

    QUIET THE MIND

    By Clare Menzel
    Among a rich alpine legacy, Banff keeps the balance between skiing and nature
    Skiing in Alaska

    PAGE 82

    WONDERLAND

    By Julie Brown
    A skier's quest to find her dream line in the greatest skiing state—Alaska.
    Helicopters not included.
    Skiing in Norway

    PAGE 94

    THE DARK AND THE LIGHT

    By John Clary Davies
    It's a new day in Narvik, Norway, a World War II battleground turned skier's paradise.
    Mount Shuksan, Washington

    PAGE 106

    CASCADIA

    By Heather Hansman
    A journey through the heart of America's snowiest range

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