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Ski Press has a sister publication called the Snow.Guide from which our PR Director, Robert Stewart, shares his skiing knowledge.
The Skiing Department was started in 2009 and contains a number of articles on ski resorts, ski clothing & equipment, ski instructor advice and skiing technique.
In 2015 it was re-branded as the Snow.Guide and took Mark Barber on-board as the Snowboard editor.

Below, the latest articles are automatically updated from the Snow.Guide:

Ischgl to the rescue : December snowboarding trip

7 December 2018

Organising a December snowboarding trip can always be risky as I found out the hard way. But one resort I keep heading back to early season time and time again.  This season was no exception; it was Ischgl to the rescue!

The post Ischgl to the rescue : December snowboarding trip appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Helly Hansen W Powder Pant Review (A teenager’s perspective)

31 October 2018

This review of the Helly Hansen W Powder Pant was carried out by our teenage reviewer, Holly Barber (aged 15), on the slopes of Soldeu, Andorra.

The post Helly Hansen W Powder Pant Review (A teenager’s perspective) appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Helly Hansen Summer Clothing Review

5 September 2018

A Norwegian brand, Helly Hansen has its origins in marine clothing.  But over the years it has forged a reputation for quality snow sports outerwear as well.

The post Helly Hansen Summer Clothing Review appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Wed’ze Carv 700 MIPS Helmet Review – A Teenager’s Point Of View!

20 August 2018

Stylish and yet practical, the Wed’ze Carv 700 MIPS helmet is definitely on to a winner. The technicality is off the scale, whilst maintaining ultimate comfort and ease of use.

The post Wed’ze Carv 700 MIPS Helmet Review – A Teenager’s Point Of View! appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Review of Les Menuires : The gateway to the Three Valleys

15 July 2018

Traditionally, British skiers have flocked to the glitzier resorts of Meribel and Courchevel, but, as Bob Dylan used to sing, “the times they are a-changin’” and Les Menuires is now seen as a valid contender.  It is certainly kinder on the wallet and overall is better value for money than its neighbours.

The post Review of Les Menuires : The gateway to the Three Valleys appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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