March in Meribel set to be Best Month of the Year

March in Meribel

As part of one of the largest ski areas in the Alps, Meribel has a lot to offer skiers during March. We have looked at some of the unique activities available at the resort and some of the most exciting events that you wouldn’t want to miss, including the much anticipated Ski World Cup Finals.   Alpine Skiing World Cup… more »

Paradiski: a gastronomic dinner at the dizzying height of 380 metres!


Suspended in the skies at a height of 380 metres in the Vanoise Express aerial tram, PARADISKI and the chef Stéphane Froidevaux will host 36 guests for a unique gastronomic dinner surrounded by snow-capped summits on 12th February 2015 at 7.00 p.m. In the kitchen, Stéphane Froidevaux, the chef from Grenoble’s gastro restaurant Le Fantin Latour, will prepare a special… more »

Go Race Go Freestyle launched by Snowsport England

Journalist Mark Barber at the launch of Go Race Go Freestyle

Snowsport England launch GO RACE GO FREESTYLE and Extremestunts attended to check it out. Snowsport England has launched GO RACE GO FREESTYLE, an extension of their national snowsports participation campaign GO SKI GO BOARD ( Following the success of GO SKI GO BOARD which saw over 10,000 people participate in one off ‘TRY’ ski or snowboard sessions or longer courses,… more »

Believe in the Yeti! new crowd-funding opportunity with the new Yeti GPS wristop

Yeti GPS Wristop

Do you believe in the Yeti? No? Well start believing . . . The Yeti is the exciting new product from the UK based company Delazify.  The Yeti is a GPS snowsports wrist device that is designed to track, map and analyse your skiing and snowboarding performance – and what’s more, it is built in good ol’ Blighty. No need… more »

The 5 Best Resorts for Learning to Snowboard

The 5 Best Resorts for Learning to Snowboard Mark Barber – Snowboard blogger/writer Fancy learning to snowboard? Then you need a good place to start, somewhere you can get comfortable sliding sideways before heading for the big heights. We’ve picked five places that are great for learning and have scope for more advanced riders too – not to mention the… more »

Snowboard Gear Review – Osprey Kode 22 Backpack

Osprey Kode 22

* Compression molded backpanel with snowshedding properties  * Sternum strap with emergency whistle * Zippered panel access * Vertical and horizontal backpanel snowboard carry * Insulated shoulder harness hydration sleeve * Quick access avalanche safety kit pocket with shovel handle and probe sleeves *  Integrated snowboarding helmet storage * Abrasion resistant PU texture to front panel * Backpanel entry to… more »

Hemel Hempstead’s The Snow Centre celebrates it’s 5th Anniversary

The Ski Centre 5th Anniversary

Where has the time gone?  It only seemed like yesterday that the Snow Centre at Hemel Hempstead opened it’s doors to the public amidst great fan fair.  But that was 2009, and at the weekend they celebrated their 5th Anniversary in style. I decided to go and check it out and took my 2 eldest kids (Holly and Harry)on the… more »

FUNI and D4Seven Clothing


Check out Funi and D4Seven clothing apparel; two sweet clothing brands perfect for snowboarding professionals and hobbyists alike. From the website: From our seasonal collections of statement scarves and beanies to custom headwear you can design yourself, we’ve got it covered. Established in 2008, we are an ethical beanie company trying to do things a little bit differently. Our… more »

UK Snowboarding Films


The United Kingdom may not be known for snow or their snow-sports compared to their European neighbours, but that doesn’t mean they don’t pull their weight in Snowboarding  films. Here is a small list of worthwhile snowboarding films shot and/or produced in the UK. Prequel is a 2011 film by The Grindhouse, a UK snow-sports film company, which showcases new… more »

Cortina Extends Ski Season


Due to fantastic snow conditions this ski season in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, has been extended by more than three weeks right up until the beginning of May 2014.  Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the Spring sunshine in the stunning Italian Dolomites, on perfectly groomed slopes with plenty of snow. Faloria, a mountain in the Alps, will remain open to skiers… more »

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