Airport transfers are hardly the most exciting part of a skiing holiday – unless you happen to sign up to the new ZEAT service offered by Bourg St. Maurice-based CoolBus. We were picked up at Geneva Airport by their amazing Tesla Model X transfer vehicle, a zero emissions (hence ‘ZEAT’ – Zero Emissions Airport Transfers) 4WD car that is not […]
We catch up with Kyle Wise to see what he's been up to and what he's got planned for winter 2016/2017. Here is the first part of his catch up series, part two of blog one.
"Life has been busy juggling a full time job alongside being a semi-professional snowboarder!"We catch up with Kyle Wise to see what he's been up to and what he's got planned for winter 2016/2017.
As a French and Italian student and keen Ski Club bloggers, Lucy tells us all about her year abroad in Chambery, and why it's something everyone should give a go.
This article has just appeared on Line-S, the Ski Club's student website. Written by Clem Gray, who's been writing for the ski club the past two winters, in this piece she goes back in time to see the landing and development of performance skis.
From the offset, snowboarding embodied revolutionary counter-cultural ideals and the sport’s subsequent relationship with the IOC entrenched these values. So how did this rocky road unfold?
As we recently welcomed Tom Clark into the blog family for 2016/17, he takes us through the trials and tribulations of buying a holiday home in the Alps throughout the season. His recent piece is the 3 part series - Three Valleys, starting off with Part 1 - Val Thorens.
A hidden gem lost in Chile and an understandably well-kept secret from the rest of us, is the resort of La Parva. Whilst traveling through Chile, Lucy was lucky enough to explore the area and shares with us all we need to know and why it’s worth discovering.
With the importance of global warming continuously being ignored, it's difficult to predict how much longer ski resorts will be able to survive. Blogger Clem talks about how our environment is now up to us and which resorts are taking suit, into becoming eco-friendly resorts.
There's no denying it, the constant rivalry between skiing and snowboarding, even if much more accepted on the whole in today’s snowsports world, is still present. But where did it all begin? Clem delves into snowboarding's past and explores possible reasoning behind it all.