5 MUST SEE Apres-Snowboard Bars in Chamonix

January 14th, 2011

We all LOVE to travel right? We all dream through summer of all the nice places we could go and get our Snowboard on-so what happens once we do? What are the best spots to go out and hit the town? Our friends at Vagabondish.com previewed the top 5 for us!
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Fyve Snowboard Progression Camp Japan

November 23rd, 2010

Looking to escape the Aussie heat with a bit of OS riding but not quite sure where? Why not take a back seat in the planning and let the crew from Fyve sort you out with pure Japanese powder! Read more »

Niseko, Japan

October 28th, 2010

Niseko is a small, yet Japan’s top ski resort town located in Abuta District, Shiribeshi, Hokkaidō. Because of its northern location, the weather steams which come from the Siberia pick up a sudden surge of moisture from the Sea of Japan and slam into the peaks of Niseko, producing the best volumes of lightest and driest powder in the world.
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Insurance Essentials

October 6th, 2010

Going on a ski holiday? You have packed your snowboard or skis, packed your toothbrush and Beanie. But did you remember your ski travel insurance?

Ski travel insurance is no longer a gimmick. It forms a vital part of a successful ski holiday and you should never leave home without it. It takes care of things beyond your control, which could a ruin a holiday and cost you a small fortune, all for a nominal cost.
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New Zealand Resort Review

September 17th, 2010

New Zealand is the Southern Hemisphere’s snowboard capitol. Each year, snowboarders from around the world descend on this part of the world to take in some epic backcountry, world class resorts, world leading terrain parks and the chilled lifestyle that is NZ.

Here is a summary of some of most popular resorts of New Zealand.
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Snow Trip Travel Tips

September 8th, 2010

Taking your first snowboarding trip? It can be daunting when you begin to consider everything you will need. Packing your board, your snow clothes, enough clothing to stay warm, then deciding what footwear you need and then finally things to keep you entertained! Then you start thinking about your, can it make it? Can you make it? Are you confident driving in snow?

There is a lot to consider. Here is a simple and quick list that might clear a few things in your mind.
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Snowpark, NZ

August 25th, 2010

When we talk about the evolution of snowboarding and skiing many cite the changing facets of riding styles as the factors that have molded riding into what it is today. Some would argue that without progression there can be no evolution, and in today’s world much of the progression comes from freestyle riding.
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