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.
Beth heads back to the Dolomites during the summer to experience the spectacular mountain scenery and pay homage to the legendary Shane McConkey: The summer finds me once again in the mountains of Northern Italy. The South Tyrol is home to the Dolomites and is a melting pot of Austrian and Italian alpine life where traditional farming culture meets tourism […]
Mt Ruapehu is the 'King of the North' and an absolutely wild winter playground - former Ski Club employees Ocean Belcher and Rob Crabtree went to check it out:
In this post we introduce Alex Potton, the latest contributor to the Ski Club's blog, who tells all about the Chamonix Valley and why it makes the perfect summer holiday destination:
In her final blog post of the season, pro freeride snowboarder Angelica Sykes tells all about her season. And although it didn’t go as planned, she’s stacked full of positivity for the 2016/17 winter!
In the final post of his month-long blog series, Ski Club Member James Forder discovers that the Niseko area has a some real hidden (powder filled) gems
On dreary, cold and dark Sunday afternoons around 5.15pm, UK winter sports fans take a break from their weekend. With a cuppa in hand, one million viewers across Britain sit down in front of their crackling fires, put their feet up and switch over to BBC2 for Ski Sunday. First broadcast in 1978, Ski Sunday is one of the longest […]
Our blogger in the Italian Dolomites, Beth Lloyd, tells us how she has picked up ski touring almost from scratch this season – with fantastic results.
Kyle Wise is a British snowboarder from Norfolk who competes in the Winter Olympic discipline of snowboard cross, or boardercross as many call it. Kyle represented Great Britain at the 2013 World University Games and in this exclusive blog for Ski Club of Great Britain, Kyle reveals all about the good and the bad of life as a boardercross rider. […]
One of the undoubted highlights of the snowsports industry calendar, Scott Week 2016, was looking very much in the balance come early January with the host resort of Zürs struggling from a severe lack of snowfall. This all changed in the two weeks running up to the event however, with near constant snowfall dropping around 1.5m of snow on the […]