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Friday, August 14, 2020
The number one indoor ski and snowboard centre in Sydney is Offpiste Ski + Snowboard. The innovative snow simulator centre opened last year in the heart of Sydney's Moore Park Entertainment precinct with super easy parking or good public transport access. It's already proving very popular with skiers and boarders from kids to adults, beginners to experts. Forget plastic slopes...
Dropping into Twin Valleys on a gorgeous crisp July day with knee deep snow last winter we weren't complaining that the World class ski resort originally planned for the site never got the go ahead. Sure, lift access would have made getting there easier than the 30 minutes or so skin over from the top of Thredbo....
how to wear PUDZ shin and ankle protectors
PUDZ shin and ankle protectors are the best cheap solution to a host of boot pain problems we have come across. This week they even solved my disintegrated boot liner problem. WE love PUDZ, you will too. Sometimes simple solutions are best, and Aussie designer Dave Conway has come up with a winner here...
powder riding at Mt Mawson
Update to the update: better news for Tassie - Mt Mawson are set to go as soon as they get enough snow (the normal situation down there!) so hopefully they will get a season and it will fire up fairly soon. This is the latest update from Dr Peter Davis, President of the Southern Tasmanian Ski Association with the details and links...
No question, it's been an unusually slow snow season across Japan. The Japow has been too little, to late, and too intermittent. But things are finally on the up and up most places. The latest snow depth chart from SnowJapan.com (by far the most comprehensive reliable source) shows this top 20. OK, we know, this shows 22,...
Bad news for all those planning to head up to the NSW Snowy Mountains and enjoy the snow or think about doing anything on or with it - like XC skiing, splitboarding, skinning, snowshoeing or just sliding with your kids on a toboggan. Kosciuszko National Park will be shut down at the entry gates...