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Nat Segal talks to Amy Marwick about her path to becoming Australia’s leading female freeskier (all thanks to a local family in...

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It’s the highest resort in Europe, with a six-month ski season, the biggest lift network in the world and easy-to-reach powder...

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Multiple waterfall rappels, rocks, dirt, and spring snow provide this ski mountaineering duo with a fittingly improbable and...

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A useful benchmark for wide go-anywhere skis, we'd place it the Freeride category rather than Big Mountain. Chrigl is a fan: "Great ...

Our spring/summer issue is here and it's packed with inspiration and proof that the final weeks of the season can be some of the best with features including: A backcountry and freeride-packed weekend in Riksgransen, the Arctic circle resort that stays open 'til midsummer

Rocker 108 RRP £475
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The Movement Gloss looks good every year, and this year lives up to its rep.... more
Eric Kendall is at the Fritschi headquarters for a sneak peak at the Diamir Vipec 12. Will it live up to all the hype? Will it really change touring as we know it? Tech bindings – the story so far: Dynafit had a brilliant design for a super-lightweight, robust binding, connecting to the boot by small pins at the toe and heel.

Fancy winning a Kjus FRX 3D hooded jacket featuring the ground-breaking Polartec Alpha fabric? Good news, we have not one, but two of them to giveaway to two lucky winners. Quite the swindle, especially as they’re not even out until next season.
It's Denver's closest major resort, a mere 70 miles away, that averages 350 inches of powder a day.  Wednesday 15:53 The powder omens are good! And as we cruise the 70-odd miles from Denver to Winter Park in our frankly vast Dodge Journey, the gently curving roads are covered with more and more snow. Thank God! As let’s be honest, if that wasn’t the case we’d all settle for Europe as it’s a heck of a lot easier and cheaper to get to.

Fall-Line is a magazine, started by a bunch of ex-pat Brits in Chamonix in 1990, dedicated to fantastic skiing. Everyone who reads the mag finishes it and can't wait to hit the slopes. It's like an injection of snow that starts in September and doesn't let up until March, filling you with inspiration. Read more about Fall-Line magazine.

If you'd like to get in touch with the team, here's how to contact Fall-Line.