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Nimbus Independent's latest movie “ [COORDINATES] “ was shot entirely on the GoPro Hero 3+ camera, by Eric Pollard, Chris...

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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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The No. 10, with the bold blue, pink and green graphics, should really get its own distinct name. Yes, it is part of the MYA range…

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

Hell's Belles RRP £430
Nordica has, as with the Hell and Back, hit the bullseye here. A hugely-capable... more
Squad 7 RRP £755
The Squad 7 seems to have won over plenty of the more powerful riders: "... more
Affinity Storm RRP £465
Coming in at 84mm underfoot, the Affinity Storm is the widest of Atomic's... more
We thought it about time we spill the beans on a few day tours that you've (probably) never heard of. From a surprise peak off the back of a busy resort to an exciting new venue, we hope there will be something to whet everyone’s whistle Words Martin Chester 1. THE HOCKENHORN TO LEUKERBAD TOUR, OBERLAND, SWITZERLAND I suspect that Wiler is a place you’ve never heard of?

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.
The biggest (and best-known) resort in Switzerland’s Four Valleys, Verbier is a bit like Marmite: you’ll either love it or hate it. If you’re a piste skier the chances are you’ll find its terrain limited and confusing.

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.

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