The sun sets across the snowy peaks, yet for some, the working day is just starting. Check out Clem's Part 2 Mountain jobs.
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 […]
"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.
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?
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.
Discovering new playgrounds of snow is all we dream about, so when we heard blogger Lucy was exploring the Chilean mountains, we couldn’t help but hear about her adventures. This week she talks about all things ski in the resort of El Colorado, the best places to go and the local dishes not to be missed.
Started in 1975 as an excuse for a good party, the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival is now in its 41st year and is well-known for being the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter party. Ocean Belcher tells us all!
To get to our next destination, Mt. Asahidake, we had a longer journey ahead of us than we had previously done. So, to break it up we booked a two night stay in the city of Asahikawa. To get here it was a three hour coach from Sapporo, which left us an hour and a quarter bus to get to […]
In the second post of his month-long blog series, Ski Club Member James Forder moved on to the tiny resort of Sapporo Kokusai and its powder-filled tree runs: After leaving Kiroro Snow World behind we found ourselves at Otaru station once again. From here we took a short train ride back to Sapporo and headed back out to the mountains […]
In the first post of his month-long blog series, Ski Club Member James Forder arrives on the Japanese island of Hokkaido to find some of the world’s best powder in the tiny resort of Kiroro Snow World: This time last year I had no idea about the skiing on offer in Japan. However, whilst spending some time skiing in Canada, […]