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Being cold and wet on the slopes will ruin your day faster than you can say, “I wish we went to the beach.” Weather conditions change rapidly in the mountains, and wearing the right clothing will not only ensure your comfort, but also the safety of your 10 fingers and toes. Putting some planning into the layers that you wear under your snow clothing will go a long way towards making sure you enjoy every moment of your next snowy adventure.   A layering system is typically made up of 3 elements:   Base Layer: This is the layer that’s in...

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So you’re all set to head away for snowy adventures in Australia, New Zealand, Japan or somewhere else on this white crystal plant! Whether you’re with the family, a group of friends, or solo day-tripping, there is nothing quite like the freedom of sliding down a mountain to forget your worries. But worries should be the only thing you forget on your next snow holiday. We’ve put together a quick checklist to help you out with the logistics of packing for your next trip to the snow:   Have you checked the weather?If you know there will cold or snowy weather it...

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Prepare for a big international season with SnoKart, the snow sport travel enthusiasts who can get your kit & luggage to the slopes every season. Use the discount code NORTHERN-HEMISPHERE-SNOW to get 10% off your order for the upcoming season today! SnoKart Luggage Systems The high country of California saw 12-24″ inches of snow in the past 24 hours and that was enough to close the mountain passes Tioga, Monitor and Sonora. They’ve all been closed since yesterday morning. Tioga Pass 1983, Sourced from Snow Brains There is a chance that Tioga and Sonora passes may remain closed for the...

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They’re fast, strong, dressed in lycra … and a rare sight in Australia. Junior national team member Katerina Paul writes about loving a sport no one understands, the struggle for recognition and support, and how they’re working to recruit more girls into cross-country skiing. Cross-country skiing: huge in Scandinavia, growing in the United States of America, and Australia? Well I could name almost all the skiers I compete against in the Southern Hemisphere, not very popular to say the least. Whenever I’m asked about what sport I do, people give me a look of confusion. Growing up in a country...

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Spain was epic, great experience and people. The weather was pretty bad just before the pipe event which meant the pipe was crap (guys couldn't throw anything more than a 7 haha)! So I fell both runs which was disappointing, but was heaps happy with how everything was going since my last pipe comp was over 12 months ago! The slope comp was the funnest, it was aired live on Eurosport TV so Im trying to find a replay of it! Finished 8th, but was in 4th after first runs, so I was stoked! The next World Cup in Canada...

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