Backcountry Advice

Tips and advice for riding the Backcountry, including avalanche safety.
Backcountry Advice

Guide to Backcountry Camping

All you need to know about winter camping in the backcountry for some of the best snowboarding you could ever experience

Guide to Backcountry Camping
Backcountry Advice

Stentiford starts splitboard courses

Fancy earning the tricks behind splitboard freeriding? James Stentiford is here to help.

STENTIFORD SNOWBOARDING LAUNCH FREERIDE COURSES
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How to Ride Powder Safely With Friends - 10 Tips from a Mountain Guide

Safety in numbers is one of the golden rules of backcountry riding; unfortunately, it is also one of the biggest causes of avalanche – through...

How to Ride Powder Safely With Friends - 10 Tips from a Mountain Guide
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Tree Riding - Our Top Tips

Our simple guide to slashing powdery tree runs

Tree Riding - Our Top Tips
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Avalanches: 5 Survival Tips You Should Know About

These Avalanche Tips Could Save You and Your Friends

Avalanches: 5 Survival Tips You Should Know About
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Snowboard Safety: Slab Avalanche

There are two common types of avalanche: the ‘looses now’ avalanche and the ‘slab’ avalanche.

Snowboard Safety: Slab Avalanche
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How To Read An Avalanche Forecast

These simple facts and forecasting tips will hopefully help you avoid becoming an avalanche statistic.

How To Read An Avalanche Forecast
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Freeriding

Neil McNab is one of Britain’s most experienced freeriders. As a UIAGM High Mountain Guide, and an ISIA International Ski and Snowboard Teacher, he is...

The Fine Art of Freeriding
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Snowboard Safety: Avalanche

You’re standing at the top of the run, watching your mate kick up some big powder roosters and getting ready to drop in yourself, when...

Snowboard Safety: Avalanche
Backcountry Advice

How to ride powder

James Stentiford talks you through the basics of riding your snowboard in deep snow.

How to ride powder