Fall-Line issue 130

This month we’re exploring the mountains nearest and dearest to us, from the Scottish highlands to the Slovenian Alps to the Scandinavian backcountry, including

  • Scotland focus: Home-grown touring, plus a local’s guide to Aviemore
  • Fall-Line’s favourite Eurotrips; from quick weekend dashes to Swiss rail breaks
  • High and mighty: exploring Tyrol’s fabulous glaciers
  • Huskie-led ski touring in the Swedish wilderness
  • Swiss playground; climbing and riding Zermatt’s peaks
  • Chamonix’s little sister (no queues, few tracks, serious fun)
  • An ode to offbeat resorts


  • 15 minutes with comeback boy Tom Wallisch
  • The best freestyle gear for 2015
  • Russ Henshaw‘s favourite ski towns
  • A day in the life of X-Games star Grete Eliassen

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It’s a special year for the Matterhorn, but we discover that the mountains surrounding the iconic peak are just as special Touring our home hills can be unbeatable, when the weather plays ball… Tracking down powder in deepest Sweden, with the help of 12 huskies, of course The Fall-Line team give a guided tour of their favourite Euro journeys and resorts When snow doesn’t arrive, pack up your car and roadtrip it to the Tyrol’s five glaciers Comeback boy Tom Wallisch talks rehab, Olympics and freeski idols

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