Children's snow sport safety research by the University of Canberra in Australia

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New South Wales Snow Study

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Skiing and snowboarding vacations are extremely popular for families who enjoy the outdoors and a little adventure. With so many breathtaking resorts around the world to choose from, vacations can be planned with the greatest of ease and the guarantee that both the adults and children will be entertained. Even though professional instructors are located at every resort to teach guests how to navigate the slopes, accidents are unavoidable. A new study, which will include the participation of students at the New South Wales High Country School in Australia, hopes to improve the safety of children on the snow.

Kids Snow Day 2010

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After hosting a very successful event in December, the Horsefeathers Superpark Plana, will be hosting another Kids Snow Day on 13 March 2010. Participation by children is free of charge, and beginners’ classes are offered by Blue Tomato Teamriders. Children will learn useful tips in regard to snowboarding, and equipment rental is available on the […]

Nivalia Ski Show 2009

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To kick off the winter season in Spain, the Nivalia Ski Show 2009 will be held on the 16th and 18th of November 2009. It is a show that has all the latest equipment on display and for sale, and due to the success of the second hand market, it will once again be one […]

“Ski Patrol” – Reality Television Series

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Millions of snow skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts enjoy the North American slopes each year, and while the majority enjoy an incident-free vacation, there are hundreds who encounter situations requiring the intervention of ski patrollers who are dedicated to the task of assisting others. It is these, often unsung, heroes who will be the subject of truTV’s new reality television series, “Ski Patrol”.

Snow Skiing Gear for kids

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To rent or not to rent, that’s the common question for parents of skiing kids. Kids learn best on modern gear, but as they outgrow it each year, replacement costs get pricy.