Brand new Snow Action for 2024

It’s going to be an exciting year for Snow Action magazine, as it moves to digital from print for the first time in its 27 year history.

New travel editor, Emma Wilson brings to the role a wealth of experience. Emma has over a decade of bringing up-to-date travel information to readers/listeners and viewers, including being part of an extensive team that helped transform Thredbo from a winter-only snow resort into a year round action resort.

Emma is one half of podcasting duo, Loving the Snowlife (with Canadian snow tours specialist, Tennille Southcombe) and accustomed to dissecting which snow resort and season pass is best for families, couples, singles or groups be it Canada or the USA. Trained in speaking Japanese and with a Masters in Asian Studies, Emma has a special cultural interest, passion and understanding in Asian snow travel – dining, transport, personal interactions. The best person for the job to bring the highlights of Japan, Korea, China and Australia directly to you, the traveller.

Stay right here on Snow Action during 2024 because there are some ambitious plans afoot to expand the platform. This is your info hub to check first when you need to know about weather and road updates in snow conditions, international and domestic news, emerging businesses, courses, webinars and a brand new concept, brought to you by bi-lingual travel editor Emma , which is – simple & free Japanese language lessons to help visitors navigate Japan, easily, politely and comfortably.

Family travel, solo and group travel, what’s on and where. If it’s not here it probably ain’t happening!

Bring on 2024.

Interviewing snowboarding Olympian Emily Arthur
Interview with Emily Arthur