At Snowskool we love snow, obviously, and we’re also partial to a snow level. But while snow levels can be great fun – they can also be ruinous to the mind. Here are five of our least favourite retro snow levels – from before the year 2000.
Snowboarding on powder is ridiculous amounts of fun but what if you turn up and the conditions are icy, with no fresh fluffy white stuff around? We still want to go ride! So here are some tips to help you go ride.
At Snowskool we love snow, obviously, and some of the team also have a penchant for videogames. And the fluffy white stuff is just around the corner! So we thought it’d be a good time to put together a list of our favourite Oldskool Snow levels, from before the year 2000.
Snowboarding in powder can be one of the most enjoyable experiences there is so we spoke to Alyn Nash, lead snowboard trainer on the SnowSkool Big White course, to get some tips and tricks help you (and us) enjoy those endless days of glorious powder…
We have been asking you to share your #ski & #snowboard selfies with us throughout 2014 for a chance to appear on our Facebook header and WIN a week in Meribel. Congratulations to our latest Legend of the Month, Brendan Delisio!
A long and relatively quiet summer in the SnowSkool office sparked many pointless conversations - which animals are the hardest? What would we do with a lottery win? And lots of reminiscences about winter seasons past. On the back of the latter, some bright-spark eventually came up with the idea of doing a series of stereotypical skiers that may or may not be based on people we've come across since 2003. Meet the first in SnowSkool's series of stereotypical skiers: The Ageing Seasonnaire!
SnowSkool has been shortlisted for a World Snow Award (basically the same as the Oscars) within the category of Best UK Specialist Tour Operator (the equivalent of Best Actor). The prize-giving will be hosted by Graham Bell (the skiing world's Brad Pitt) and so we really, really, really want to be there!
The winner will be decided by public vote and so we were wondering if you would be so kind as to log-on and give twenty seconds of your time voting for us?! Please...pllleeeeaaassseee....pretty please?!!!!
Here we are back after the extended week of the L2 exams. It’s been a long and pressured fortnight which has brought both pleasure and pain as our time in the Land of the Long White Cloud drew to a close. Read on for the final instalment of our time in NZ as we all start making our way on to life's next adventure ...
If your skiing or riding has plateaued … if you’re stuck in a performance rut … if you’re about to give it all away … a week-long SnowSkool improver course in Japan will help you rediscover your snow mojo!
If you’re visiting a friend or family member during their ski or snowboard instructor training course in Méribel, you’ll need somewhere to lay your head after a long day on the slopes. SnowSkool has created a guide, for the Princes and for the Paupers, on where to stay in Méribel - with a few recommended companies and websites along the way.