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Australian Tour Dates Announced for Warren Miller’s Line of Descent

Australian Tour Dates Announced for Warren Miller’s Line of Descent

April 26, 2018
The great Warren Miller may have passed away in January, aged 93, but his legacy will continue to live on through annual films released by Warren Miller Entertainment. When a Warren Miller film comes to town, it means that winter is just around the corner, and it’s always a good…
The Mountainwatch Guide To Nozawa Onsen

The Mountainwatch Guide To Nozawa Onsen

April 24, 2018
It’s safe to say that the average Aussie or Kiwi snowboarder is well and truly acquainted with Hokkaido and its offerings. These days, droves of antipodean tourists flock there year after year – crowds are actually beginning to turn some people off. As a result, many riders who travel to…
Backcountry Film Festival Begins in Sydney on April 21

Backcountry Film Festival Begins in Sydney on April 21

April 17, 2018
From a small gathering of 60 people in Melbourne six years ago, the BCFF has grown into a significant event for the backcountry community, with more than 500 people attending shows. In 2018 there will be screenings in Sydney (April 21), Melbourne (May 9), Bright, in north east VIC (June)…
The Mountainwatch Guide to the Hakuba Valley

The Mountainwatch Guide to the Hakuba Valley

April 13, 2018
Liquid Snow Tours have been sending their clients to hakuba for over ten years. Naturally, you’d assume that over that time they’ve gained quite a bit of local knowledge and they want to share it with you. If you’re thinking of heading to hakuba this season, have a read to…
Winter Storm Hits New Zealand

Winter Storm Hits New Zealand

April 11, 2018
50cms and road closures in April The snow hit the North Island overnight, with snow showers continuing today. The maintenance crew, loving it on the upper slopes of Turoa this morning. Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss A full-on winter storm hit New Zealand yesterday with freezing levels down to 600 metres…
2018 Australian Snow Season Outlook — Vanilla… mmm, Not Bad

2018 Australian Snow Season Outlook — Vanilla… mmm, Not Bad

April 9, 2018
Models pointing to average temps and precipitation Mountainwatch | The Grasshopper The 21st of March marked the Autumn Equinox in the southern hemisphere, the time when the Sun passes over the equator to hang out in the northern hemisphere and when nights become longer than days. It also serves as…
The Mountainwatch Guide To Shiga Kogen

The Mountainwatch Guide To Shiga Kogen

April 9, 2018
 Shiga Kogen is a great ski and board destination in Japan offering a variety of terrain and off-piste options, minimal crowds and an authentic Japanese experience that’s becoming harder to find, as more and more international skiers and boarders flock to the favoured resorts, hakuba and Niseko during the…
Sage Kotsenburg in Hakuba

Sage Kotsenburg in Hakuba

April 6, 2018
Olympic gold medallist Sage Kotsenburg recently travelled to hakuba, Japan to chase some of the steepest back country runs in Japan. Sage had previously filmed up North in Hokkaido but found it was flatter so him and his crew came to hakuba for the steep terrain. Sage won Gold in…
10 Must Follow Skiing and Snowboarding Instagram Accounts

10 Must Follow Skiing and Snowboarding Instagram Accounts

April 4, 2018
If you go skiing and don’t Instagram it, did you really go skiing?… Get your vicarious Insta-shred on below. Mountainwatch | Matt Wiseman Autumn in Australia is really just an unwanted intermission between the Northern and Southern hemisphere ski seasons. If you’re not in the Alps or Alaska, then you…
Go Home Winter, You’re Drunk – Chamonix Season Wrap

Go Home Winter, You’re Drunk – Chamonix Season Wrap

April 3, 2018
Nat having fun on a natural, but icy, quarter-pipe Mountainwatch | Natalie Segal It looks like we are in for a long winter here in Chamonix. I shouldn’t be complaining, I love winter, I love powder days, I love cold snow that blows up in my face at every turn.…
Snow Factory for Mount Baw Baw

Snow Factory for Mount Baw Baw

March 29, 2018
Beginners having a fun day on Baw Baw’s gentler slopes Mountainwatch | Press Release Mt Baw Baw took delivery of its recently purchased Snow Factory yesterday, meaning the Victorian resort can guarantee snow for visitors on the opening weekend of the 2018 season. Mt Buller installed one last year, ensuring…
Iconic Lift KT-22 – The Soul of Squaw Valley

Iconic Lift KT-22 – The Soul of Squaw Valley

March 28, 2018
Squaw local, Chuck Patterson, bursting through a pillow of fresh powder Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss Photos by Tony Harrington The past month has been pretty amazing in Squaw Valley, “Miracle March” delivering almost 19 feet of snow – that’s 5.7 metres – thanks to three big multi-day storms. It has…
Finally, A Classic Storm Cycle at Jackson Hole

Finally, A Classic Storm Cycle at Jackson Hole

March 20, 2018
Tami Razenger, Dylan Dipentima and Tim McLennan having a powder party run on an awesome day. Photo: Brooks Curran Mountainwatch | Coen Bennie-Faull The past week has been very good in Jackson Hole after the storm the masses had waited for all season finally showed up last weekend. Snow to…
Perrine Wins Her Second Bronze

Perrine Wins Her Second Bronze

March 15, 2018
Melissa and Christian Geiger, her sighted guide and coach, celebrating on the course after winning the bronze medal. Photo: Australian Paralympic Committee Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss Australia’s Melissa Perrine won her second Paralympic bronze in two days when she and her sighted guide and coach Christian Geiger finished in third…
Sean Pollard – Shark Attack Victim to Paralympian

Sean Pollard – Shark Attack Victim to Paralympian

March 15, 2018
Sean in Canada earlier this year for team training. Photo: Australian Paralympic Committee Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss When Sean Pollard lined up in the start gate for the Paralympic snowboard cross on Monday, he had reached the summit of huge personal climb that started in life-changing circumstances just over three…
World Snow Wrap – Japan, Europe and America

World Snow Wrap – Japan, Europe and America

March 13, 2018
Spring has sprung in some parts of the world, but there are more powder days in store for California and Europe. It was a return to powder in Niseko early this week and, as usual, it was pretty good. Photo: Oyuki/Aedan O’Donnell Mountainwatch | Reggae Ellis Japan Given it is…
Australia’s First Paralympic Gold Medal in 16 years

Australia’s First Paralympic Gold Medal in 16 years

March 13, 2018
Image: Australian Paralympic Committee Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss The 2018 Paralympics are now into the fourth day in PyeongChang and the Australian team has won its first medal after Simon Patmore won gold in the snowboard cross yesterday. Patmore beat Italy’s Manuel Pozzerle in the two-man final. Patmore’s victory has…
From Paralysed to Paralympian in Five Years – Meet Sam Tait

From Paralysed to Paralympian in Five Years – Meet Sam Tait

March 9, 2018
Sam’s in PyeongChang now and ready to roll. Photo: Australian Paralympic Committee Mountainwatch | Kate Allman Paralympic sit-skier Sam Tait is about to compete in all five alpine skiing events in the 2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Games in South Korea. But his journey has not been easy. Sam was a keen,…
Mammoth’s Biggest Storm of the Year Has Set up a Good Spring

Mammoth’s Biggest Storm of the Year Has Set up a Good Spring

March 8, 2018
The snow kept getting deeper each day. Bernie Rosow on a day he described as “nothing short of epic”. Photo Christian Pondella Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss After a slow winter with relatively weak and isolated storms, things finally kicked into gear last week in California, with a big storm dropping…
Records Smashed with 1.6M Visitors to NZ Slopes in 2017

Records Smashed with 1.6M Visitors to NZ Slopes in 2017

March 7, 2018
The base area at Mt Hutt, looking god on a blue-bird day Mountainwatch | Press Release Ski Areas Association of New Zealand (SAANZ) Chair Marty Toomey says the industry has recorded the highest ever skier days for a season with 8% growth in 2017 and 1.6m visitors to New Zealand’s…
Hakuba Valley Joins the Epic Pass

Hakuba Valley Joins the Epic Pass

March 2, 2018
Mountainwatch | Press Release hakuba Valley, Nagano, Japan today announced a long-term alliance with Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN), the leading global mountain resort operator, Broomfield Colorado, USA. Beginning with the 2018-19 season, the Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass and Epic Australia Pass will offer five consecutive complimentary days with…
2018 Colorado Season Update – The Year That Broke All the Rules

2018 Colorado Season Update – The Year That Broke All the Rules

March 2, 2018
We’re nearing the end of the season, right? Wrong. Let’s take a look at how March is shaping up in Colorado. After a dry December and January, regular storms started to filter through in late Feb and this day, Feb 23, was one of the best. Photo: Breckenridge Mountainwatch |…
Niseko Japan – Conditions Wrap Up – February

Niseko Japan – Conditions Wrap Up – February

March 2, 2018
We’ve needed to break out the snorkels on more than one occasion this month. Image:: Matt Wiseman/Niseko Photography & Guiding Mountainwatch | Matt Wiseman February certainly had its work cut out for it if it was going to top the snow that fell in either so-called ‘Deepcember’ or ‘Japanuary’. If…
The Ikon Pass – A Bargain for Travelling Australians

The Ikon Pass – A Bargain for Travelling Australians

February 28, 2018
Revelstoke is a partner resort, the Ikon Pass giving you seven days skiing at the legendary Canadian resort. Photo: Gabe Rogel Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss After weeks of speculation the details of the new IKON Pass were released last Friday. It is sure to create a lot of interest, taking…
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New Zealand Photo POWDER Report – Wild Weather

New Zealand Photo POWDER Report – Wild Weather

July 27, 2011
Approaching the storm Snow Journal | Vaughan Brookfied New Zealand’s incredible snow-run continues and while we can’t but hope that Christchurch has a reprieve from Mother Nature’s extremes soon it’s wonderful to see the resorts able to flick on every switch and open every door and welcome every rider with…
SOUTH ISLAND Photo POWDER Report – Record Cold Snap

SOUTH ISLAND Photo POWDER Report – Record Cold Snap

July 25, 2011
Secret location… New Zealand… where the snow is good Snow Journal | Vaughan Brookfield Airports closed, roads buried and a covering of white all the way down to the coastline – New Zealand’s latest snow storm has blanketed the whole country and while snow totals at the resorts are not…
NZ Weekly Weather Blog – Extreme Snow

NZ Weekly Weather Blog – Extreme Snow

July 25, 2011
Sunrise over Cardrona 26 July. Image:: Cardrona Snow Journal | Matt White Kia Ora from across the ditch, where it’s full blown winter with extremely cold temperatures over the past week and some snow falling to sea level around Queenstown, Christchurch and even in the capital of Wellington! Snow lovers…
AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – The Waiting Game

AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – The Waiting Game

July 20, 2011
Drew Jolowicz tearing up the windblown last week Image::Mark Tsukasov Aussie Weekly Snow Journal | Alex Horvath More fresh snow has fallen over the last few days although this was not without some of the dreaded rain that we all love to hate in the Australian mountains. For Aussie farmers…
NZ Weekly Weather Blog – The Miracle Snow Storm

NZ Weekly Weather Blog – The Miracle Snow Storm

July 18, 2011
Turoa post storm Battler Image:: Mt Ruapehu Snow Journal | Matt White Hi all, I trust that everyone has been getting plenty of freshies both in NZ and Aussie over the last week!! I have never seen a weather cycle like the one we have just had over here, EVERY…
FALLS CREEK Photo Snow Report – Fisheye Freshies

FALLS CREEK Photo Snow Report – Fisheye Freshies

July 15, 2011
” width=”648″ height=”432″ /> Snow Journal | Chris Hocking After 80cm+ of fresh last week the resort has been transformed from solid snowmaking piste only skiing & riding to a peak season ‘access all areas’ winter playground. Since the big dump of last week there’s been daily top ups of…
SNOW for NEW ZEALAND – Multi Metre Revitalisation

SNOW for NEW ZEALAND – Multi Metre Revitalisation

July 14, 2011
Top of Crown Range on 13 July. Image:: Nick Hyne Storm Analysis By all accounts it’s a freak; a week long, nation-wide, epic-sized snow storm spun up from Antarctica by an uncommon-for-this-time-of-year westerly to arrive, heavy-laden, over New Zealand to unburden itself of up to 5m of snow in under…
AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – A Perfect Follow Up

AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – A Perfect Follow Up

July 13, 2011
Simon Blondel enjoying Perisher’s brilliant conditions on the weekend. Image:: Dominic Kieler Aussie Weekly Snow Journal | Alex Horvath This time last week I was writing this very journal and singing praises for the storm that was hitting the mountains as I typed. Once the clouds had parted and the…
THREDBO Photo POWDER Report – Best Weekend Ever?

THREDBO Photo POWDER Report – Best Weekend Ever?

July 11, 2011
That’s Scott Kneller in there… Snow Journal | Harro It’s being touted as one of the best Aussie snow events in memory – The plethora of fresh, dry powder, some bluebird skies and perfect windblown stashes of the last days of July’s second week have everyone in raptures. The product…
PERISHER POWDER in the VIDEO Snow Forecast

PERISHER POWDER in the VIDEO Snow Forecast

July 8, 2011
Video Snow Footage When the NSW video forecast arrived yesterday we were pretty stoked on the snow footage, so we thought we needed to make sure everyone saw it… PS – in case you didn’t know yet, we make two of these each week for NSW and Victoria, and one…
HOTHAM Photo POWDER Report… Are these Pics from Australia or Europe?

HOTHAM Photo POWDER Report… Are these Pics from Australia or Europe?

July 7, 2011
Sam Leitch cranking a turn near Gotcha. The blue skies were back this morning after a night of heavy blizzard conditions. It was perfect. Photo Snow Journal | Mark Tsukasov With powder Chamonix would be proud of Hotham is doing its best impression of a French Alp resort this week…
THREDBO Photo POWDER Report – 1m Snow Storm

THREDBO Photo POWDER Report – 1m Snow Storm

July 7, 2011
Pretty in pink – Luke Kneller Snow Journal | Ben Hansen The only thing better than a powder day is a bluebird powder day. Anyone lucky enough to score the double whammy in the Australian alps on Thursday will be smiling for a long time to come… Simon Blondel –…
NEW ZEALAND Snow Struggles, But Hope is on the Horizon

NEW ZEALAND Snow Struggles, But Hope is on the Horizon

July 6, 2011
Mt Hutt in the first week of July, looking like winter at last. Image:: Mt Hutt New Zealand Season | Kerris McLiver While Australian resorts recently celebrated one of the best starts to the snow season in over a decade, our kiwi neighbours watched green with envy. New Zealand’s resorts…
AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – The Storm That Just Keeps Giving

AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – The Storm That Just Keeps Giving

July 6, 2011
Aussie Weekly Snow Journal | Alex Horvath We are 48 hours in and this storm has already exceeded my expectations. It is like it doesn’t want to stop! If you take a look at the charts this morning you would be treated to what we in the business term “weather…
School Holiday SNOW STORM – 1m Forecast

School Holiday SNOW STORM – 1m Forecast

July 4, 2011
Faceshots at Hotham – could be likely at the end of the week. Image:: Mark Tsukasov/Hotham Snowfalls | Tess Cook The third significant snowfall of the 2011 season hit the Australian resorts early Monday morning, the beginning of a storm expected to deposit up to 1m of snow by the…
NZ Weekly Weather Blog – NZ Winter has Begun!

NZ Weekly Weather Blog – NZ Winter has Begun!

July 4, 2011
Matt White Well… things are starting to pick up over here in NZ, since I last wrote there have been a few more fields open up across the country, bringing the grand total open to eight for now… And by the looks of things to come we may have some…
HOTHAM Photo Snow Report – Sunshine Precedes the Storm

HOTHAM Photo Snow Report – Sunshine Precedes the Storm

July 4, 2011
Sunset over the village. School holidays begin this coming week so the village is likely to get much more lively Snow Journal | Mark Tsukasov The calm before the storm. In the week prior to school holidays, Hotham was peaceful, those in the resort enjoyed quiet slopes and sunshine. But…
AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – High Pressure Holding Pattern

AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – High Pressure Holding Pattern

June 29, 2011
Aussie Weekly Snow Journal | Alex Horvath After the snowfalls last week it’s easy to start to feel spoilt when we see weather like the week that just past. In a perfect follow up to last weeks snowstorm Mother Nature really turned it on with great conditions across the weekend.…
FALLS CREEK June SNOW – The week that changed the season

FALLS CREEK June SNOW – The week that changed the season

June 27, 2011
Ailan Dowler. Image:: Chris Hocking Snow Journal | Chris Hocking We love a good transformation in the mountains, and last week certainly was that. While we had a good start with snow on the ground from opening, the big dump came hard and fast last week and really delivered some…
NZ Weekly Weather Blog – Progress at Last

NZ Weekly Weather Blog – Progress at Last

June 27, 2011
Stoked to be skiing finally Matt White Well another week has passed and I can finally give you all some good news.. it’s not epic news but things are looking up for us snow-deprived kiwis, Mt Hutt opened today with limited terrain and Turoa is set to open tomorrow. We…
THREDBO – Storm Reflection, 50cm of Snow

THREDBO – Storm Reflection, 50cm of Snow

June 23, 2011
Supertrail – 22 June Image::Reggae Ellis Reggae Elliss Monday was one of those nervous nights you have when you live in the mountains, not just because of the howling northwester. It was waiting for the cold front and the promise of the 30cm – 60cm of snow forecast by the…
AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – It Came, It Snowed, It’s Still Snowing

AUSSIE WEEKLY SNOW JOURNAL – It Came, It Snowed, It’s Still Snowing

June 22, 2011
The mighty Thredbo River, In all it’s white glory Image:: Steve Tognazzini Aussie Weekly Snow Journal | Alex Horvath Being a skier or a snowboarder in Australia can be climatically challenging at times, riding in the rain and early morning pre-dawn missions up the hill for “10cm pow” days that…
SNOW PHOTOS & VIDEO – Images from FALLS CREEK, HOTHAM, BULLER & THREDBO

SNOW PHOTOS & VIDEO – Images from FALLS CREEK, HOTHAM, BULLER & THREDBO

June 21, 2011
Top of the old Merrits Chair at Thredbo, Tuesday afternoon. Image:: Reggae Elliss Photo Snow Journal Gratuitous shots of great snowfalls… enough said. Beginning with the first photos to arrive in the Mountainwatch inbox this Tuesday morning and growing as we receive more through the duration of this storm, here…
AUSTRALIA NEW SNOW – Big Snowfall Set for Tuesday

AUSTRALIA NEW SNOW – Big Snowfall Set for Tuesday

June 20, 2011
Icy chairlift at Buller in 2010, hopefully the coming storm will deliver some similarly picturesque vistas. Image:: Mt Buller Snow Journal | Tess Cook No doubt about it now, a snow storm will hit the Australian Alps some time early Tuesday morning and should leave a healthy serve of up…
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TRAVEL – Guns Of Gulmarg

TRAVEL – Guns Of Gulmarg

July 26, 2010
  Story by Bex Sandys | Photos by Tyler Heffernan We had heard amazing stories of this place: 18 metre snow bases, one metre overnight snow dumps and heli-like experiences right from the top of a gondola that drops you high in the Himalayas. Understandably our expectations for Gulmarg, India…
Virtual Ski Resort for Luxury – Seekers

Virtual Ski Resort for Luxury – Seekers

June 21, 2010
Press Release Elitemarket.com the London based online ultra-luxury showcase, today announced the launch of the first virtual ski village on the Internet. The elitemarket “Ski Pavilion” will give users browser access to a highly select list of the world’s best ski resorts, ski hotels, prime winter vacation property and ski…
The Lift List – What’s Open on Opening Weekend

The Lift List – What’s Open on Opening Weekend

June 10, 2010
Scenic chairlift | Mt Hotham Saturday Update, thanks to even more snow making and a helpful dusting of new snow, most of the resorts are running more lifts that expected. Here’s what’s going right now across the Aussie Alps and should run across the whole weekend Mt Buller is running…
The Search – Jono and Bud Take it to AK

The Search – Jono and Bud Take it to AK

May 27, 2010
  Words – Reggae EllissImages – Harro/wheresharro.comRip Curl espouses ‘The Search’, an enigmatic ideal that suggests always going that one step further, so sending Aussie alpine racers Jono Brauer and Craig ‘Bud’ Branch to Alaska, grand-daddy of all skiing locations, seemed like a good idea to Neil Ridgeway, Rip Curl’s…
3 Million Dollar Upgrade for Cardrona Skifield

3 Million Dollar Upgrade for Cardrona Skifield

May 7, 2010
Press Release A $3 million Cardrona Skifield development that will create New Zealand’s only internationally sanctioned downhill course and open up 150ha of new slopes is near completion. The development includes a 35m-long tunnel linking a new trail to a ski-lift return station, a new chairlift that can carry 2400…
Snow Travel Expo 2010

Snow Travel Expo 2010

April 28, 2010
Crowds at the Sydney 2009 Snow Travel Expo Press Release With winter fast approaching now is the perfect time to organise your next ski or snowboard holiday and check out the latest gear at the Snow Travel Expo. Returning for the fifth consecutive year, the Snow Travel Expo offers a…
What’s New For 2010 At Aussie Ski Resorts?

What’s New For 2010 At Aussie Ski Resorts?

April 28, 2010
Thredbo Early Morning Slopes. Image – Thredbo Temperatures have been dipping below freezing across the NSW and Victorian mountains over the past few days, hinting that winter is on its way. Falls Creek, Thredbo, Perisher and Mt Buller all tweeted about frosty mornings across the ANZAC weekend and into the…
Free flights in NZ for June 2010

Free flights in NZ for June 2010

April 19, 2010
Air New Zealand, has just announced it’s shouting a FREE NZ domestic flight with every trans-Tasman flight booked between May and June 2010. This means that if you fly from anywhere in Australia into Auckland or Christchurch, you can then pick up a free flight straight to Queenstown, and hit…
NZSki revolutionise skiing technology with all new radio frequency card

NZSki revolutionise skiing technology with all new radio frequency card

April 16, 2010
Press Release New Zealand’s premier South Island Ski Areas of Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt and The Remarkables will this season be complimented with the world’s most technologically advanced, direct-to-lift ticketing system. The Radio Frequency (RF) ID card is a fully integrated smart card that will replace the old ticket and…
First Snow as NZ Resorts Build up for a Big 2010

First Snow as NZ Resorts Build up for a Big 2010

March 26, 2010
Coronet Peak’s high speed chair will be ready for a big 2010. Image – Coronet Peak Words – Aaron Cook, Mountainwatch.com Meteorologist A cold change swept over the South Island of New Zealand over the last few days, delivering a few centimetres of snow to ski resorts around the Southern…
The Alaskan Downhill – Jono Brauer and Craig Branch try Big Mountain Skiing

The Alaskan Downhill – Jono Brauer and Craig Branch try Big Mountain Skiing

March 24, 2010
Bud takes on the big mountain in AK Words – Tess CookImages – Harro Straight from the Olympic downhill to the world’s biggest peaks, The Australian Olympic alpine team of Craig ‘Bud’ Branch and Jono Brauer are in Alaska with all-round photographic genius Tony ‘Harro’ Harrington learning that there’s a…
Jackson’s Epic Backcountry – A Huge Natural Terrain Park

Jackson’s Epic Backcountry – A Huge Natural Terrain Park

March 23, 2010
The boys taking in the view from the top of the new tram. All Photos Tony Harrington/wheresharro.com In mid-March Boen Ferguson, Charlie Timmins and Christian Sirianni, three of Australia’s best freeskiers, took their act into Jackson Hole’s infamous backcountry for a feature we’ll be running in this year’s Chillfactor magazine.…
Video – Rusutsu, Japan Check Out

Video – Rusutsu, Japan Check Out

March 17, 2010
Deep in Hokkaido lives a little fairytale resort named Rusutsu. Like a Disneyland in the snow this typically bizzarre but wonderful Japanese destination has some of the best powder tree skiing and boarding that’s accessible from a chair lift on the Hokkaido island. Keith Webster takes you for a little…
Big White Camera Bringing Powder to Your Desktop

Big White Camera Bringing Powder to Your Desktop

March 8, 2010
Big White is the largest totally ski-in ski-out village in Canada. Image – Big White/QuickPics Big White is the powder Mecca of British Columbia and now Mountainwatch.com is pleased to announce the addition of Big White to our live streaming camera network, so you can taste the powder from your…
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