A new book by Canada’s most experienced snow sports athlete, former world snow skier and Olympic medalist, Peter McLean, offers some tips for getting into the sport.
McLean’s new book, “Snow Sports in Canada,” is a collection of essays that explore the history and geography of snow sports, from the roots of the sport to the current popularity of the snowboarder-based sport.
The book, published by Penguin Random House Canada, explores how Canada’s snow sport pioneers shaped the way people view and experience snow sports.
“Snow sports in the 21st century are a global phenomenon,” McLean said in a statement.
“This book is an essential companion to any snow sports fan.”
McLean was a founding member of the Canadian Snow Sports Association and the Canadian Association of Snowboarders.
He is also a member of The Ski Patrol.
McLean is a former world-class snowboard skier who spent many years in the U.S. and Europe, including the 2011 Winter Olympics.
McLeod’s memoir, “Buddy” was published by Simon & Schuster in 2015 and won the 2014 James Beard Award for best book by an author.
In a 2016 interview with ABC News, McLean reflected on his early interest in snow sports and how it affected him.
Mclean’s father was a competitive skier, and McLean grew up with a love of skiing.
“I just loved the snow,” McLeod said.
“I grew up watching the sport growing up, and I thought it was going to be something that I would be able to pursue, so it was something I wanted to pursue.”
McLean says he grew up in the Canadian ski industry and knew the sport was growing and would grow in popularity in the future.
He’s hopeful the book can help inspire other young people to pursue a snow sport career.