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New lifts, legal disputes and very cheap cat skiing… HIGH AND MIGHTY Europe’s highest mountain, the almighty Mount Elbrus is soon...

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Get your nutcrackers at the ready – we're off to some explore the best of New Zealand's lift-serviced backcountry Below my ski...

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Pierre Hourticq and Lambert Galli are two young guys who love steep skiing. They recently did an incredibly hard line with...

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Completely redesigned this year, the Pandora is resembling more of a Sick Day than the female-equivalent of an SFB. It has a maple-block under the ...

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

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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.
Ski, party, sleep, repeat. St Anton isn’t a town for the faint-hearted. But if you want endless freeride-thrills or like your schnapps while dancing on tables to DJ Ötzi, then read on Full-on. That’s a phrase that comes up a lot when describing the ski resort of St Anton. This isn’t the kind of resort that you come to for a relaxing spa break with the odd foray onto the piste to take a piccie of the view (though it is good).

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.