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Snow.Guide Ski Editor Rob Stewart recently visited the country in search of snow – we get his take on some the things about Georgia you didn’t really know, but do now.
We were invited out to Les Arcs at the end of March for the Great British Celebration week. Lots of activities, quiet slopes and plenty of untracked powder!
On a gloriously hot early-spring day, we drove the short journey from St Lary to Peyragudes, deep within the stunning French Pyrenees mountains.
Ski Editor Rob Stewart tries out the Dainese Exchange Drop D-Dry Ski Pants and finds a good, solid and reliable ski pant.
Snow.Guide Ski Editor Rob Stewart visits The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead over Easter 2017 with his daughter who is desperate to get on skis during the school holiday period.
Snow.Guide Ski Editor swaps his heavy snowshoes for a lightweight Hoka One One sports shoe during his winter travels this season – but did it give him a spring in his step?
Known as the gateway to Spain, Saint Lary is one of the biggest resorts in the French Pyrenees and fantastic for off-piste.
Although the vast majority of skiers don’t wear back protectors, they are well worth considering, especially if you’re in the backcountry or hitting the rails and jumps in the park.
A snowboarding holiday in the French Pyrenees is a unique experience, and Cauterets is as far away from the commercialism of the French Alps as you can get.
The Blackcomb down jacket allows exceptional movement for skiing. It has a fully waterproof, seam sealed D-Dry® exterior and the full features expected of a ski jacket, including a thumb loop, powder skirt, pass pocket and a removable hood
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