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  • Jul22

    Avalanche warning in Australia

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Press Release: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) reminds visitors to Kosciuszko National Park to take safety precautions… The post Avalanche warning in Australia appeared first on ...

  • Jul19

    Meditate, snowboard or sex?

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Phil Watt reveals why skiing and snowboarding is as good for you as both meditation and sex.   Regardless if we board or ski, there are… The post Meditate, snowboard or sex? appeared first on ...

  • Jul18

    Glampster Shredfest At Mt. Hood

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    In the spirit of telling you things way too late for you to join in the fun we present a Zumiez + Airblaster colab camping/snowboarding event at Mt. Hood beginning July 21, 2014 (starts next Monday). It’s called the Glampster...

  • Jul18

    Splitfest – Australia’s backcountry boarding festival

    Now in it’s third year, the Splitfest DownUnder is THE gathering for anyone interested in trying out splitboarding or just meeting other people who are into backcountry boarding. Splitfest is getting closer. Main Range of the Snowies, over the weekend...

  • Jul18

    Agenda NYC July 21-22, 2014

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Thought you just did the Agenda Show? Oh no, you’re not done yet. The best Agenda Show, at their new NYC Javits Center North location rolls out Monday and Tuesday, July 21-22, 2014 and there is still time to register....

  • Jul18

    Get More Of This Nightmare At Block Festival

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Snot rockets, smoking, snowboards, and a VO by the one an only Winnebago Guy. It’s a total Nightmare Established Forever featuring Josh Carreola, Sean Murphy, Sean Brady, Ryan McCoy, Jade Phelan, Tj Gillette, Matt Caughlin, Josh Boeser, Moses, John Myre,...

  • Jul17

    $58 for pizza and salad? Dining at the snow doesn't have to be like this

    In a record season it just seems like another ...

  • Jul17

    Skiing with The Wizard, Steve Lee, and his sisters

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Winter Olympian Steve Lee takes his sisters, Tracy and Kerry, into Australia’s backcountry. Rachael Oakes-Ash tags along for the ride. “He’s the wizard” says Kerry Lee… The post Skiing with The Wizard, Steve Lee, and his sisters appeared...

  • Jul17

    $5m road ‘beginning of end’ for Mount Stirling

    For background on the road proposal, check here. If you don’t support secretive decision making by governments, or a new and unnecessary road in an alpine environment, you may want to send a message to the Minister who will take...

  • Jul17

    Victoria’s Great Forest National Park. It’s Time

    The vision for a Great Forests National Park, proposed for the mountains east of Melbourne, is gaining momentum. The Great Forests National Park proposal is a vision for a multi-tiered parks system for bush users and bush lovers alike. The...

  • Jul16

    A kids phone perfect for the snow

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    OwnFone have released a mobile phone for children to keep them in touch with parents. You’ve hit the slopes with your family. Little miss is in… The post A kids phone perfect for the snow appeared first on...

  • Jul15

    Two skiers, a hydro station and a rabbit

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    It’s not often that Mt McKay hydro electric station pipeline is skiable. Thanks to a mammoth snow fall at Falls Creek so far this season it… The post Two skiers, a hydro station and a rabbit appeared first...

  • Jul14

    Buller Snow Report Sat/Sun July 12-13 2014

    by Richard Ross / aussieskier.com

    First of all apologies for this being the first snow report of the winter. It is the third weekend I have skied and the first with even remotely dry conditions, I literally did not take a photo the last 2...

  • Jul14

    the year of the Avalanche?

    While avalanches are not uncommon in Australia’s high country, they are certainly not a day-to-day part of the backcountry experience. But the late start to the season, which saw excellent and deep falls across the Alps has seen some strange...

  • Jul11

    The crud between the storm

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Some days you just have to love being in the mountains. Yesterday was by all accounts ‘the day of the season’. A phrase that has already… The post The crud between the storm appeared first on ...

  • Jul11

    Keen to go backcountry? Time to splitboard

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Splitboarding the snowy mountains backcountry is the new black. Don’t get left behind, writes Phil Watt. As Australia’s snow traffic increases, more and more snowboarders are also… The post Keen to go backcountry? Time to splitboard appeared first on...

  • Jul11

    ‘hazardous conditions’ expected in TAS mountains tomorrow

    The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a Bush Walkers Weather Alert for the Western and Central Plateau forecast districts in Tasmania. “Bush walkers are advised that snow as low as 400 metres is expected during Saturday. These hazardous conditions are...

  • Jul11

    Wellington Park Management Trust weighs up cable car expansion request

    The following comes from The Mercury newspaper. Journalist is Michelle Paine. You may want to add a comment to The Mercury article. For background to this issue, please check here. A CABLE car on Mt Wellington is a step closer...

  • Jul10

    A snow gallery to cause you pain, unless you were there

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Let’s make this quick. Torture need not take long. My mother liked to rip a band aid off quickly but I would still cry out in… The post A snow gallery to cause you pain, unless you were...

  • Jul10

    Like 'First World problems', only richer

    Australia is in the middle of a snow rush. The double header snow storm that hit hard two weeks ago has been followed by another massive half-metre dump this week, with more ......

  • Jul10

    The Aussie who calls Treble Cone her home mountain

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Big Mountain Freeride World Tour skier Nat Segal calls Treble Cone, New Zealand her winter home. Here she writes for snowsbest. I first started skiing when… The post The Aussie who calls Treble Cone her home mountain appeared...

  • Jul09

    Ski camp for the laydeez

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    You can tell when it’s the Mim Sodergren Womens Week ski camp at Falls Creek. It’s the laughter. A cacophony of female guffaws and giggles that… The post Ski camp for the laydeez appeared first on ...

  • Jul09

    Australia’s snow storm trilogy

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    The third snow storm front of the season has arrived on cue.  Australia’s ski resorts are rejoicing as the snowpocalypse continues. Big fat fluffy snow flakes… The post Australia’s snow storm trilogy appeared first on ...

  • Jul09

    rescue of walker on Bogong hampered by extreme weather conditions

    The second rescue operation on Mt Bogong in a week has been slowed by ‘horrendous’ weather on the mountain. As of 8am this morning (9 July), The Age is reporting that police are currently waiting for better weather conditions before...

  • Jul08

    Win a pair of Dragon APX Nike Collab goggles

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    What do you get when two sports leaders join forces? The Dragon APX Nike Collaboration Goggle. We already know that Dragon created the first fully frameless… The post Win a pair of Dragon APX Nike Collab goggles appeared...

  • Jul07

    Three week home workout plan to get fit for the slopes

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    The ultimate three week work out plan to get you fit for the slopes at home by Guillaume Tual Here we are again, it’s wintertime! Guillaume… The post Three week home workout plan to get fit for the...

  • Jul07

    Alan E J Andrews 1926 – 2014

    Alan E J Andrews is known to many backcountry skiers and boarders as a pioneer of skiing the steep western faces of the Main Range of the Snowy Mountains. He was the author of Skiing the Western Faces Kosciusko. He...

  • Jul07

    We need to talk about the coffee

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Coffee lovers in Thredbo rejoice. Central Road 2625 has arrived. I have a love hate relationship with coffee or rather, caffeine. I go off it for… The post We need to talk about the coffee appeared first on...

  • Jul07

    snowboarding Watsons Crags

    After a slow start, the winter of 2014 is shaping up to be a great season. This trip report comes from John Blankenstein who lives on the Far south Coast of NSW. John has been frequenting the mountains since he...

  • Jul07

    Watsons Crags in winter

    After a slow start, the winter of 2014 is shaping up to be a great season. This trip report comes from John Blankenstein who lives on the Far south Coast of NSW. John has been frequenting the mountains since he...

  • Jul06

    More detail revealed about proposed cable car on Mt Wellington

    The saga of the cable car planned for Mt Wellington/ Kunanyi, above Hobart, continues, with the revelation that some sections of the towers would be 75 metres high. The following comes from local group Respect The Mountain. For background to...

  • Jul06

    Accommodation review: luxury in Thredbo

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    The Peak Apartments in Thredbo opened in 2009. Rachael Oakes-Ash beds down to see if they pass the Mary Millionaire luxe test.  There are some times… The post Accommodation review: luxury in Thredbo appeared first on ...

  • Jul05

    SnowsBest car review: Hyundai ix35

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    SnowsBest puts the Hyundai ix35 through it’s paces on a drive to Thredbo. Let’s start by saying I’m no auto journalist but I know what I… The post SnowsBest car review: Hyundai ix35 appeared first on ...

  • Jul04

    Not all boot fitters are created equal

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Why Boot fitting is an on snow job. You can’t test your boots in the city. My toes hurt. It is ski season and the middle… The post Not all boot fitters are created equal appeared first on...

  • Jul03

    The massive storm that saved ski season, but came at a deadly cost

    “You know you’re in a good season when you have to traverse the stairs.” “I haven’t ......

  • Jul02

    Nine year old hucks cliffs for breakfast, hold the maple syrup

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Rachael Oakes-Ash hits the powder with the coolest nine year old in snow town. Oskar Schultz is a happy little man. He woke on his ninth… The post Nine year old hucks cliffs for breakfast, hold the maple...

  • Jul02

    You Can Be A Stoked Igniter

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Stoked.org is looking for people who believe in their mission to promote personal development, academic achievement, and health living to under-served youth through action sports. As an Igniter all you have to do is volunteer to help Stoked just once...

  • Jul01

    Air New Zealand’s fun response to Australia’s mega snow storm

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Air New Zealand love to have fun at high altitude. There’s one thing New Zealand has that Australia doesn’t right now. Heli skiing. The creative team… The post Air New Zealand’s fun response to Australia’s mega snow storm...

  • Jul01

    The Remarkables to open this Thursday

    by Rachael Oakes-Ash / snowsbest.com

    Press Release just in announcing the opening of The Remarkables. Media Release: Snow, snow and all go at The Remarkables Its snow, more snow, and all… The post The Remarkables to open this Thursday appeared first on ...

  • Jun26

    Things that can only happen at the snow

    I am sitting in Thredbo writing this week’s blog with more snow outside than there would be mid-ski season in August, and yet it is only June. I'm jealous of myself - I...

  • Jun19

    Snow white lies: when ski resorts tell the truth

    Something strange has been happening on social media of late. Ski resorts have been telling the truth, #nofilter. Mt Hutt in New Zealand was the ......

  • Jun12

    A slow start: Perisher Report 12/06/2014

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    Autumn has been depressingly warm, the grass is growing and plants are flowering now instead of spring and the snow is pretty depressing as well. Perisher have worked hard with their snowmaking,...

  • Jun12

    The global resorts overrun by Australians

    Australian travellers infiltrate the world and no more so than the ski and snowboard industry. Some overseas resorts are just like ......

  • Jun11

    Worn Wear update

    This is a nice project: Patagonia’s Worn Wear project which celebrates old gear. Here is a recent update and short film. Worn Wear Outtake: A Brave New Fleece Directed by Keith and Lauren Malloy Music by Terry Coffield Worn Wear...

  • Jun10

    Give Rad Dads & Grads The Gift Of Frequency

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Know a rad dad or grad who still likes holding the printed page in their hand? Or maybe one who likes flipping through a digital mag on an iPad? If so, there’s no better snowboarding publication than Frequency: The Snowboarder’s...

  • Jun07

    Wasatch Equality Could Use Your Help

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Skullcandy founder Rick Alden explains the Alta situation quite succinctly in this edit. But here’s a little more: Wasatch Equality began as a grassroots movement of individuals, families, and businesses committed to ending the anti-snowboarding policies at Alta Ski Area...

  • Jun07

    Robert “Sticky” Shaw At AR4T

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Join the Artists Republic 4 Tomorrow at 6 PM on the evening of Saturday June 7, 2014 as they kick off Robert “Sticky” Shaw’s We’re Gonna Miss You. The show also features guest artists Valient Himself, Tyler Wolf, Lauren Over,...

  • Jun05

    Ski season to start without snow

    Peruse the web cams of Australian snow resorts and you may think it time to polish the mountain bike and wax the surfboard. Yet in two sleeps the Australasian ski season will ......

  • May20

    USSA Outsources Tour Sponsorship Sales

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association announced today that they have outsourced the sales of its “property and intellectual rights within the USSA portfolio, notably U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing events in the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix tour,” to the...

  • May18

    Backcountry Ninjas

    Here’s some details on a newish clothing company based in the USA. “Designed for hikers and adventurers everywhere. Inspired through hiking the Appalachian and Pacific Crest Trails”. In terms of the ethics and sustainability criteria, BC Ninjas say: “The shirts...

  • May16

    Mt. Snow Wins Dew Tour Lawsuit

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    A federal court has ordered the Dew Tour to pay Mount Snow Resort more than $2 million dollars after the tour allegedly jumped out of a contract and moved the event to Killington, according to a story in the Battleboro...

  • May16

    Signal Lights Up The Night Shift

    by The Editors / boardistan.com

    Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew lights up the night boarding at Baldface with their latest creation: and LED snowboard. [Link: Signal Snowboards]...

  • May02

    Backcountry film festival showing – Melbourne

    2014 season – Backcountry film festival   Now in its 9th year the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival celebrates the human powered winter experience through film. The festival is now a pre winter event here in Australia, in its 4th...

  • Apr01

    Homegrown snowboard day

    Saturday September 6, Main Range NSW This is a chance to have a go at making your own snowboard and spending the day in resort, board with others, and see what everyone else has come up with. The rules are:...

  • Apr24

    Cotopaxi – ‘an outdoor gear company with a social mission’

    An interesting piece about a new outdoor gear company based in Utah. The story below comes from Outside Magazine, written by Joe Jackson. They only sell on-line so you can check their site for details on ordering. Q: What Gear...

  • Apr09

    Oakley Custom Radarlock Review

    by Richard Ross / aussieskier.com

    2 years ago I got a pair of Oakley Radarlock Sunglasses to review. Were they good? Yes. Were they perfect? No. ( Click Here to read the review ) I’ve skied a lot in them, both in-resort but more specifically...

  • Mar18

    Skiers Junction – Freeskiing Camp

    by Tim Gale / aussieskier.com

    During my recent trip to the USA, I had the opportunity to spend some time in Breckenridge and Keystone with the Skiers Junction guys for the last few days of the camp. Skiers Junction is Australia’s pre-eminent freeskiing camp, run...

  • Mar14

    Kathmandu update

    In my original assessment (2010) I was less than favourable about Kathmandu on environmental and workplace issues. Partly this was because I had difficulty gaining information from the company and there was nothing available on their website. A fair bit...

  • Mar04

    2015 Line Skis – On Sale Now – Buy Online or In-Store

    by Richard Ross / aussieskier.com

    Update: 2015 Line Skis are now available in our Store Click Here: http://aussieskier.com/gear/brand/line-skis/ As per our previous post showcasing the official graphics of the 2015 K2 Skis range, see below the Line Skis: The most notable changes are the replacement...

  • Feb26

    Human powered mountaineers

    I love these people: Human-Powered Mountaineers use bikes to access the peaks for their adventures (as well as promoting sustainable food production and lifestyles). Human-Powered Mountaineers is a grassroots organisation that was started by Justene Sweet and Christopher Bangs.  Their...

  • Feb26

    Patagonia wins ‘Environmental Product of the Year’ award

    The following comes directly from Patagonia. When we started making wetsuits in 2006, our aim was simple: Build the best possible suits in the least damaging way. The most environmentally harmful aspect of a wetsuit is neoprene, a synthetic, petroleum-derived...

  • Feb12

    Skiing in Iran: Tochal & Dizin – January 2014

    by Natasha Pase / aussieskier.com

    Editor’s Note: Given that I’m not skiing OS this year due to a house renovation, I thought it would be a good idea to reach out to members of the aussieskier Social Media community to tell us about some of...

  • Feb06

    2015 K2 Womens Skis Range – On Sale Now – Buy Online or In-Store

    by Richard Ross / aussieskier.com

    Update: 2015 K2 Skis are now available in our Store Click Here: http://aussieskier.com/gear/brand/k2-skis/ Here are the official images of the 2015 K2 Womens Ski range – hot off the K2 Intranet: K2 2015 Potion Womens Range: This is a vastly...

  • Feb06

    2015 K2 Mens Skis Range – On Sale Now – Buy Online or In-Store

    by Richard Ross / aussieskier.com

    Update: 2015 K2 Skis are now available in our Store Click Here: http://aussieskier.com/gear/brand/k2-skis/ Hot on the heels of Tim’s excellent report from SIA – K2′s 2015 Skis have been released on their intranet, so here are the updated graphics of...

  • Feb03

    TR: USA 2014 SIA Snow Show Denver – 2015 Skis

    by Tim Gale / aussieskier.com

    Made it to Denver for SIA, a few hours later than planned as it snowed 2 feet overnight in Breckenridge and seeing as there has been no powder days on the trip so far I couldn’t pass it up. Check...

  • Jan01

    TR: USA 2014 Beaver Creek, Vail, Breckenridge & Keystone

    by Tim Gale / aussieskier.com

    It has be a week or so since i have done a post. I have manage to ski 4 resorts over the week and a bit. I started up at Beaver Creek where skiing the first bumps of the trip...

  • Jan22

    TR: USA 2014 The Crash Reel

    by Tim Gale / aussieskier.com

    Tonight here in Beaver Creek I finally got to go and see a movie I have wanted to go see for a while The Crash Reel showcases the journey of Kevin Pearce and his rivalry with Shaun White which was...

  • Jan14

    the Backyard Project – low carbon adventures

    In a world where a big part of living the ‘dream’ is to have the ability to travel wherever you want wherever you want, a decision to stay at home and enjoy your own back yard becomes a radical action....

  • Oct12

    A long walk for two harvests: BC report 12/10/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    Tony was up for his last day this season so we decided to take a punt and see how much snow we'd find on Twynam West. We got off to a good...

  • Sep26

    World's best northern ski deals

    Meh. That is the general consensus on the snow season that wasn’t in Australia. But enough mulling over that one, we have snow on the ground north of the equator and ski and snowboard trips ......

  • Sep19

    Funniest snow reports

    Australians like to take the piss. We love to pay out others and ourselves and applaud when others do too. We also like the truth which is why Mt Buller snow reporter Chris Morecroft's video went...

  • Sep12

    Ice cold: the coolest new hotspots

    The ski and snowboard world is dominated by big resorts. Skiers and boarders flock to St Anton in Austria, Verbier in Switzerland, Whistler in Canada, Aspen Snowmass and Vail in the US, Niseko ......

  • Sep12

    Miss Snow It All Instagram competition: the finalists

    Our Snow It All Instagram2win competition took a new turn this year. Each week we chose five finalists from the thousands of instagrams tagged with #misssnowitall and featured them in a...

  • Sep05

    The world's most spectacular ski lodges

    You always remember your first time in a remote lodge surrounded by endless ridge lines of snow-laden peaks with nothing but the starlit sky to light your way. This is where you find your true ......

  • Sep03

    Spring ding

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Just cause its come a bit early dont mean you cant enjoy it, Spring is the time for extreme pleasure at Hotham and here is why, [1] Soft snow so you can get rad and try new trix and crash...

  • Aug29

    Our boozy rite of passage is wrong

    There is a corner of the Farinet lounge bar in Verbier where alcohol tabs regularly hit the €5000+ ($7500) mark thanks to financiers, musicians and Grand Prix types bidding to outdo each ......

  • Aug24

    Super Mank: Perisher Report 24/08/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    Tony, Jhono and I were excited. There had been fresh yesterday and we hoped where there would be some stashes for us. However the wet snow yesterday was firm early up high...

  • Aug22

    Skiing: white, straight and elitist?

    New Zealand is basking in the glow of international elite competition this week at the Audi Quattro Winter Games New Zealand, a ......

  • Aug16

    Demo Team Training Day 2: Perisher Report 16/08/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    Today was another great day for training. There was less cloud, but it was warmer and windier. We had an early start and got so ski some gates on Escapade. Olympic opened...

  • Aug15

    Demo Team Training Day 1: Perisher Report 15/08/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    I'm getting some mid week turns to train with the Australian Demo Team going to Interski. As the lone telemarker I love this training since I'm being constantly pushed to keep up...

  • Aug15

    Snow worries: will global warming kill the ski industry?

    If you've been at the snow in Australia this year you'll already know that July 2013 was one of the worst for snowfalls on record. Even snowmaking was put on hold when Mt Hotham experienced a...

  • Aug13

    We waited now its time to open all the gifts

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    The last cuppla weeks have been Heavanly for snowfreaks, intense storms keep tracking in then sun for a cuppla dayz so you can get rad and everyone can see how rad you are [which is important] now comes a power...

  • Aug10

    Crunchy and Dusty: Perisher Report 10/08/13

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    I had high hopes for today, but the snowfall had been light, it was warm and is was very crusty. The weeks snowfall had doubled the Spencer's Ck snow depth from ~50cm...

  • Aug08

    Flakes like dinner plates

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Ahoy snownuts hope your all doin fine in this radical season. Mumma nature has come thru and spayed us with white this last week, Blue ribbon opens this arvo and the Heavenly area is so creamy right now, lotsa curly...

  • Aug08

    Why spring skiing is the best

    It was September 24, 2008. The storm came in from the south, bringing cold, crisp temperatures and dry, light snow by the bucketload. A day of subzero temperatures followed, sucking any extra ......

  • Aug04

    Freshies Gold Rush: Perisher Report 04/08/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    After the light snowfall yesterday I was hoping for more, deeper and just as dry snow today. The weather was better, overcast, snowing and not as windy. The carpark was more filled...

  • Aug03

    Powder and Ice: Perisher Report 03/08/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    I met up with Tony and Johno for a day which we had hoped would be an epic freshie day. However the sun was out, only the odd flake was falling and...

  • Aug01

    Cool as ice: the world's best snow festivals

    Skiers and boarders love to socialise and what better way to bond with fellow snow lovers than at a winter festival? From giant ice sculptures to big name music performers, Hollywood types and ......

  • Jul31

    I can't be Spring Yet: Perisher Report 31/07/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    Today was bluebird, warm and not too much wind. The snow was refrozen and struggled to thaw out in most aspects off piste. The ridges were bare and there were plenty of...

  • Jul27

    A Sic day with the SICos: Thredbo Report 27/07/2013

    by Richard Hocking / telemarkphat.org

    I love it when I get to ski at Thredbo, my childhood ski holidays were always at Thredbo and the place is full of memories of childhood mischief, teenage mischief, adult mischief...

  • Jul25

    Off your head at the snow

    Kevin Pearce is a lucky guy, depending how you look at it. As a professional snowboarder in the US, he spent years travelling the world and visiting ski resorts many of us could only dream of....

  • Jul18

    Snow Ponies - women in the snow world

    In the plagiarised words of Beyonce, "who runs the snow world? Girls". If you are a female skier or boarder then I know you just sang that out loud and I know it is, in the...

  • Jul17

    Perfect storm

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Ahoy snowfreakers, the wind is slapping my face the sky is dark and twisted and the air is ripe with seeds. Im the same as you nuts im starved of snow and have been in the spa for two days,...

  • Jul11

    Snow white with envy

    Ever noticed how the snow is always whiter, dryer, deeper and longer on the other side? How often have you arrived at a ski resort only to be told "you should have been here yesterday, last...

  • Jul02

    Flakes bring pleasure

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Ive just been eating a late night bowl of cornflakes and thinking how much pleasure flakes have given me in my life. Deep in the night and the power goes out, my toaster wont work and im just so...

  • Jun01

    Party all day party all night

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Welcome ski freaks and party nuts, Dj eddy here to give you a rub down and a kik start for winter and the queens birthday party pack weekend at Hotham and Dinner plain. The way i see it if we...

  • May14

    Summer one day winter the next

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Welcome Snowhuggers, Welcome to Hotham 2013, As i tap these apple keys its snowing outside, and caking into the nooks and the crannys, the season is close and i can feel you all with your skiboots on in the office...

  • Sep16

    bathing in spring light and sexy soft spring snow

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    It can be hard to get up early in this spring mt hotham party season, But morning is the time to spring ski, the snow starts getting soft as the sun kisses its surface, sunrun, sundowner, and beachamps get good...

  • Sep07

    that time is now

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Well hello frozen snowlovers, Gotta say i would like my skin to be kissed by the sun right now but i dont care because its dumping into september and that is the dream of the deep winter seeking powderhound, the...

  • Aug27

    crazy if you do , crazy if you dont

    by DJEddy / mthotham.com.au

    Hey snow fruitcakes Dj eddy here in the hall of the mountain kings, right now is the time to come visit us at hotham , its been a busy time winter lotsa snowfreaks taking the hotham trip and just staying...