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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:

Adventures On The Front Side

12 February 2019

Snow.Guide ski editor Rob Stewart recently checked out the new ski touring park in the resort of Crans-Montana and discovers why the pastime of ski touring is catching on with mainstream skiers and snowboarders.

The post Adventures On The Front Side appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Chalet Review – Chez Bear, Serre Chevalier

1 February 2019

Chez Bear lodge is a private chalet nestled above the ancient, walled city, of Briançon in the southern French Alps – just a stone’s throw from the main ski lift whisking guests directly into the main Serre Chevalier ski area, one the largest in the country.

The post Chalet Review – Chez Bear, Serre Chevalier appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Pathron XT Bindings Review – Rear Entry Snowboard Bindings

29 January 2019

Pathron XT Bindings review - what is the rear entry fastec system like? Are they easier to strap in and better to ride than conventional snowboard bindings?

The post Pathron XT Bindings Review – Rear Entry Snowboard Bindings appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Helly Hansen W Powderstar Ski Jacket And Snowstar Ski Pant Review

19 January 2019

This review of the Helly Hansen W Powderstar ski jacket and the Helly Hansen Snowstar ski pant, was carried out on the slopes of Les Arcs, La Plagne and Peisey Vallandry.

The post Helly Hansen W Powderstar Ski Jacket And Snowstar Ski Pant Review appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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Osprey Mutant Backpack Review – Alpine Pack For Ski Touring And Mountaineering

31 December 2018

The Mutant backpack from Osprey is designed for Alpine mountaineering but it’s perfect for ski touring – at 38 litres it’s large enough to deal with longer multi-day tours and hut to hut adventures.

We are featuring the pack here on Snow.Guide and we’re looking forward to a full test later this winter season.

The post Osprey Mutant Backpack Review – Alpine Pack For Ski Touring And Mountaineering appeared first on Snow.Guide.

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