It's not every day you get the chance to ski in one of the most unusual yet exciting places in the world - James Mitchell did just that. Have a read of his latest trip and experience skiing over in Gulmarg, India.
Fiona Jane Best gives us the inside scoop of what it's like when traveling to resort with children - can it even possibly be done? When there's a will...
The sun sets across the snowy peaks, yet for some, the working day is just starting. Check out Clem's Part 2 Mountain jobs.
It’s fair to say that James “Woodsy” Woods has had a pretty amazing season so far. For years he has been a leading light on the GB Park & Pipe programme and will be a key athlete to watch in PyeongChang 2018. Digital Editor Joe Troman caught up with Woodsy on one of the rare occasions that he was in […]
Joe Troman takes a look at the UK’s indoor freestyle scene and why so many young guns are coming through so strong. Cash me outside? No thanks’ I’ll stay indoors. When we think of freestyle skiing, or any type of skiing for that matter, the first thought that pops in to anyone’s mind would usually involve a mountain covered in […]
Recently featuring on our student website, Line-S, check out Clem’s mini-series Part 1 to ‘Lifting The Curtain on Indiscernible Mountain Jobs’ below. If Superman opted for a job in the mountains, he’d definitely be a Pisteur. These guys set off explosives, save lives and keep the pistes danger-free on a daily basis. Whilst most of us start our days trundling […]
The Ski Club’s Ski+Board Deputy Editor Harriet Johnston travels to Andorra to meet the riders on the Freeride World Tour. Join her as she explores the crazy world that is competitive backcountry riding. After a three hour transfer from Barcelona, the beautiful villages of Vallnord-Arcalis were a stark contrast to the mind numbing motorways I had been staring at through […]
Recently featuring on our student website, Line-S, check out Clem's mini-series Part 3, those the eco-friendly snow accessories you didn't know about... until now.
Working and writing for both us here at the Ski Club and our student website, Line-S, Charlotte Ahlen takes us over to the Italian Alps, Cervinia, and tells us why it could potentially trump any future French or Austrian winter holiday.
I consider myself a fairly well-travelled person. I enjoy exploring new countries and experiencing new cultures. However, recently I have become settled in a routine when on winter trips. The familiar cycle of arriving, unpack, sleep, ski, sleep, ski etc until you go home is one I know all too well. My destinations change but my routine does not. Usually, on […]