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Into the Wild: Lost and Found in Greenland

People are coming here to find wilderness or to study climate change. I looked around at our crew – dressed in skate trainers and jeans...

Into the Wild: Lost and Found in Greenland
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Thin Air: A Himalayan Diary

It is part of human nature to push the limits. That is why Per Löken and Darius Heristschian headed to the Himalayas last February to...

Thin Air: A Himalayan Diary
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Utah Snow: Too Much Of A Good Thing?

Aaron Jacobs took a trip to one small resort in North America to find out more about their jobs, and the way in which the...

Utah Snow: Too Much Of A Good Thing?
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Under The Ropes: Off Piste Rules Around The World

Here is the low down on the local etiquette, region-by-region…

Under The Ropes: Off Piste Rules Around The World
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Karts And Cabbages: A Week Of Snowboarding In Slovakia

Long before Michael Palin went on his latest dull tour for the Beeb, we found a British snowboard chalet offering packages out East and booked...

Karts And Cabbages: A Week Of Snowboarding In Slovakia
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The Kindness Of Strangers: Into The Heart Of Canada

We were on a mission. There was no snow in Europe. In Canada, however, they were living in a world of white.

The Kindness Of Strangers: Into The Heart Of Canada
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Snowboarding in Uzbekistan – The Great Game

Whitelines Magazine goes snowboarding in the former Soviet republic of Uzbekistan. Trepidation mixed with expectation. What was this place going to be like?

Snowboarding in Uzbekistan – The Great Game
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Of Rails and Rice Paddies: A Season in Japan

Goggled, gloved and hooded, barley a square inch of skin was exposed as I surveyed the terrain from the lift... It was going to be...

Of Rails and Rice Paddies: A Season in Japan
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Russian Winter: Beyond the Powder Fairytale

On the May 3rd 2006, an Airbus A320 crashed into the Black Sea four miles from the coast of Adler airport, just outside the Russian...

Russian Winter: Beyond the Powder Fairytale
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The Axis of Powder Tour, Part II – Snowboarding In Iran

Psychologists or those who have witnessed the sharp end of a military dictatorship often proffer the opinion that we ‘need’ enemies on some level

The Axis of Powder Tour, Part II – Snowboarding In Iran
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Lebanon – The Axis of Powder

According to the guidebooks, the most famous inhabitant of the Lebanese mountain town of Becharre is a poet, artist and mystic called Khalil Gibran.

Lebanon – The Axis of Powder
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Inside Out: Discovering Europe’s Snowdomes

I’d managed to persuade Milton Keynes local Chris Chatt and Castleford shaper Damian Doyle to set out on a pan-European road trip.

Inside Out: Discovering Europe’s Snowdomes
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