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Top 10 Best Terrain Parks – Part I
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While most people choose their ski resort for the size of the ski area, the accommodations, the apres ski or even for the number of chairlifts; boarders & freestyle skiers are most likely to make their mind up whether the resort has a terrain park or not. Throwing yourself off jumps or double back flipping read more…

Over 70cm of Snow in SPRING !
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After an epic Winter in the Southern hemisphere, many think it’s time to put their board/skis back into the closet for another year. But we’re here to remind you that Winter’s ending only means Spring is coming! So if you’re a eager powder hunter as we are, it’s time to put your winter gear back read more…

5 Must Try Experiences In Nozawa Onsen – Part II
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  1. Fireworks on the slopes New Year’s Eve starts with a Bang! During this special day, you can ski on the slopes until 11:30 PM and then enjoy the New Year countdown and fireworks. Cask sake is also offered to visitors for free! If you can’t be there at this period of the year, read more…

5 Places to Ski & Surf In The Same Day
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  We know life is  unfair when you have a knife to your throat and you need  to answer this kind of  ultimatum:  Would you rather go on a ski trip or a surf trip? But we’re not going to set one.. No. Why choose, when you can have both? Here are our top 5 read more…

The Best Ski Resorts For Families – Part II
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5-Nozawa Onsen, Japan Best for: Beginners, Children Facilities Nozawa is a charming hot spring village located at the foot of Kenashi-yama Mountain which is home to around 4,000 people. It is only made up of one ski resort, unlike some of the other ski areas near Nagano, but it is reasonably large with 297 hectares of read more…

The Best Ski Resorts For Families – Part I
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10- Albach, Austria Best for: Traditional, charming village, friendly atmosphere Albach is a small and local ski area. It is located at 2,025m and has 109km of slopes. You will be directly bewitched by the charm of Tyrol at your arrival in the valley, crossing the typical villages with the old wooden farms that contribute to the read more…

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