• Gear Review – Osprey Kode 32 Backcountry Pack

    Intro: There’s a reason 9 out of 10 Swedish backcountry skiers choose Osprey for their backpacks – OK, I made that statistic up, but it’s safe to say I’m probably pretty close to the mark as the majority of backcountry skiers and snowboarders we meet on the slopes do carry an Osprey pack. Osprey’s latest […]

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  • Gear Review – Suunto GPS Watch, AMBIT 3 VERTICAL

    Intro: If you’re a skier or snowboarder with a craving for data and a penchant for backcountry skiing/snowboarding, then the Suunto Ambit 3 Vertical is probably the watch for you. The brand new addition to the Suunto Ambit 3 family measures everything from altitude and GPS location (which can also be marked) to the amount […]

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  • Hakuba Snow Blog – Day Trip to Itoigawa and The Sea of Japan

    On Friday, just as heavy snow fall and high winds rolled into Hakuba, I took the opportunity to visit Itoigawa and The Sea of Japan about 30k’s North of Hakuba. Conditions weren’t ideal for a day trip but I was pretty happy when the train rolled up as it got me out of the snow […]

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  • Hakuba Snow Blog – Another Hakuba Powder Day 60-80cm

    A day and a half of stormy/blizzard like conditions was followed yesterday by another brilliant blue bird powder day in Hakuba. The final storm total could be estimated at somewhere between 60-80cm and provided some amazing skiing and boarding. Fast runs, deep turns and plenty of face shots. The guys in the picture below, were […]

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  • SNOW TRAVEL UPDATE – HIMALAYA ISSUE TO BE PUBLISHED TODAY!

    It’s been a bit of a rough ride to get the Himalaya Issue published. Running a small digital publishing company can be difficult at times. However, we move forward and we get better and we hope this latest issue of Snow Travel Magazine is the best yet, it’s certainly got some epic images and epic […]

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  • SNOW UPDATE – AND IT BEGINS…

    So the snow has started puking down across North America as Autumn kicks into gear and we get prepared for – by all accounts – an epic North America Winter! Images have started flooding in from across the U.S showing snow falls from Whitefish Mountain Resort in Montana to Breckenridge in Colorado. We mentioned earlier […]

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  • SNOW TRAVEL – Snow-Life Hacks

    When you’re a snow traveler – like most of the crew at Snow Travel Magazine – you start to come up with a few snow related life hacks that either help you to fit more gear into you ski/snowboard bag or just make life that little bit easier. So an article from the dudes at […]

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  • Snow Update – Ski Season 2014/2015 Outlook

    An interesting article posted by Empire News suggest very early and record breaking snow falls for North America in season 2014/2015. You can view the full article here.   The article points to an El Nino event taking place that has National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologists predicting a more than 99% chance of earlier than expected cold […]

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  • SNOW UPDATE – DAILY POSTS

    From today until the end of time we’ll start posting a snow update, a general update or something snow related. All in the aim of providing valuable and insightful content to our growing tribe of followers. We mentioned we’d be launching the Himalaya Issue last month but unfortunately, we’ve had a few design issues and […]

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  • The Queenstown Issue – Thanks Coronet Peak & The Remarkables

    The Queenstown Issue is now live and with the publishing of this latest issue of Snow Travel Magazine, we’d like to thank Coronet Peak and The Remarkables for their support and major sponsorship of the Issue. For those of you who have visited the adventure capital of New Zealand, you’d be well aware that nearly […]

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