HOW DO YOU START SKIING OFF-PISTE? Verbier is the holy grail for free-ride. So lots of people are very keen to make the transition off the pistes and into the incredible backcountry terrain when they come to resort.
Published on: March 5, 2020 After everyone got very stressed about high pressure and dry air in January, we have been treated to what seems like a storm every week or so for the last six weeks. It’s been
Published on: Feb 5, 2020 After some really heavy snow and some insane winds today the clouds parted and we were treated to an amazing powder day. Needless to say that while the majority of the ski school were
Let’s talk about powder… This winter the off-piste skiing has been amazing and with the insane amount of snow we’ve had, it’s set to stay good through March and into April. So of course, everyone wants to ski fresh, untracked
Jake and Will seem to have the knack of booking a day off to go free-riding just when a storm hits. You can set your clock by it (or your barometer). So if you want to know what our two
Now that the half term weeks have died down we’ve had chance to get a few things sorted – not least of all going through the amazing photos from Melody’s day with Jake and Will in the powder in Bruson.
Yes, snow is back and after a slow start this looks like the best winter for a few years in Verbier. We’ve had solid snow for 24 hours and more is rumoured (depending on which forecast you read / believe)
Jake’s been busy skiing the amazing powder over in Zinal but with all the snow forecast in the next ten days the Verbier camps should be amazing. So enjoy the video (but sorry for the whooping noises…) and if it
Yes, as you might have spotted it’s been snowing in the alps. Quite a bit actually. And Facebook, Twitter and all the other social media channels have been awash with superb photos that make you say “Hang on, why don’t