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Experience the Thrill of Snowscooting

June 18, 2014 by  
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Described as a cross between snowboarding and BMX, snowscoots are an exciting and novel addition to the ever-growing array of snow-sport equipment. Consisting of two boards with handlebars and foot straps, snowscoots are highly maneuverable as riders can steer as well as use their body movement to change direction, while reaching similar speeds to those attained…

Climate Change Wreaks Havoc with Ski Season

January 15, 2014 by  
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Canadian ski resorts are enjoying excellent snowfall this season, attracting a host of snow sport enthusiasts from Europe, as many European resorts experienced a slow start to the season. Many resorts in North America have been enjoying extensive snowfall, with the Polar Vortex keeping temperatures low, much to the delight of skiers…

European Outdoor Film Tour 2013

November 4, 2013 by  
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Following its successful debut in Britain last year, the European Outdoor Film Tour (EOFT) presents two hours of the nine most exhilirating adventure films of the past year…

Four Season Skiing at Klein Matterhorn

August 7, 2013 by  
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The panoramic view from the summit of Klein Matterhorn is breathtaking, and with generous snow cover all year round, the Klein Matterhorn is a popular destination with snow sport enthusiasts. Promoted as the ‘Matterhorn Glacier Paradise’, the peak of the Klein Matterhorn is part of the Plateau Rosa glacier on the border of Italy and Switzerland.

Bumper 2012/2013 Ski Season for Europe

April 3, 2013 by  
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>While in the United States snow skiing resorts are dealing with the economic impact of reduced snowfall, in Europe resorts have experienced a bumper 2012/2013 snow sport season…

Enjoy a Ski Vacation at Kopaonik in Serbia

June 13, 2012 by  
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Kopaonik ski resort in Serbia is the perfect skiing destination for everyone from beginners through to the most experienced of skiers. This popular ski resort has 21 ski lifts servicing 20 individual pistes, and with slopes being above 2,000 meters, snow cover is for the most part reliable during ski season…

Team Europe Wins Swatch Skiers Cup

September 16, 2011 by  
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The first ever Swatch Skiers Cup freeski competition was held in Chile, with Team Europe beating Team Americas 14-10 on 12 September 2011. Even though Team Americas’ freestylers were thought to be ones who would take home the title, Kaj Zackrisson and his team showed everyone what they’re made of.

FIS Ski World Cup Overall Title Decided by Weather

March 25, 2011 by  
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Excitement and competitiveness hit fever pitch as the 2011 Audi FIS Ski World Cup reached its conclusion at Lenzerheide Valley Resort in Switzerland on 20 March, following five months of exhilarating events across Europe and North America. Unfortunately, poor weather put a damper on the occasion, and organizers taking the unavoidable decision to cancel the Super G and Giant Slalom events for both men and women.


July 12, 2010 by  
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Europe offers a diversity of cultures, scenery and activities that makes the continent a very popular holiday destination. For snow skiing enthusiasts, Europe certainly offers a world of possibilities just waiting to be explored. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, winter sports feature prominently in the lives of the locals, producing world class athletes that often […]

Experience the Thrill of Airboarding

May 7, 2010 by  
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Airboarding has certainly grown in popularity since its creation some ten years ago. Joe Steiner invented the concept of airboarding, and it has been a favorite winter sport across Europe. The younger generation seems to be catching onto the sport more eagerly than adults, as the older crowd is generally a little wearier of the high speeds that airboarders reach. And going down a slope head first is not everyone’s cup of tea.

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