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VILLARS JUST4TWO The classic Swiss resort of Villars has a special deal for couples or two friends valid from 5 January to 7 February and 7 March to 29 March 2015. Their Just4Two deal includes ski pass and accommodation with ROB BOSSI

breakfast for 2 or 4 nights – so 2 nights for 2 people with 2 days of skiing from CHF255 (about £167) total.

BIG WHITE ICE TOWER

BIG 0–5 FOR WIPEOUT!

Vail Resorts’ CEO Rob Katz has confirmed plans by the largest North

2014 marks the fifth anniversary of the creation of the innovative

American ski resort operator to physically link Canyons, which it

Wipeout piste map lens cloth. The idea of a lady named Julie Slaughter

has operated for several years, and its recently acquired Park City

back in 2009, Wipeout identified a gap in the market for an innovative

Mountain Resort (PCMR) to create the largest ski area in the US.

product with dual functionality and began creating ski resort piste maps

and encourage would-be ice climbers, and

“We expect to generate significant additional EBITDA (Earnings Before

printed onto high-quality lens cloths. Wipeout replaced the problem of

all equipment including crampons, ice tools

Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortisation) growth as we implement

soggy piste maps that blew away on the lift, littering the slopes, and

our plans to combine the ski experience of Park City Mountain Resort

also provided the bonus of clean goggles and sunglasses – genius!

and Canyons into the largest mountain resort in the United States with

Even in the current era of hi-tech map apps, the Wipeout map is holding

over 28 km2 of skiable terrain,” wrote Katz in the company’s financial

its own just as well at double-digit sub-zero temperatures as it does at

report. “(We) will be looking to upgrade or add new lifts, restaurants

room temperature. In their first year of operation, Wipeout launched in

and snowmaking capabilities at both resorts.”

the seven key ski resorts of Chamonix, Courchevel, La Plagne, Les Arcs,

Full details are promised next March. It is not clear if the two areas will

Méribel, Val Thorens and Verbier. Five years on and Wipeout products

DAVE CAMARA ARAPAHOE BASIN SKI AREA

PARK CITY RESORTS TO LINK IN 2015

Big White in British Columbia has a new attraction this winter – a giant 18.2m high ice tower. Constructed from four telephone poles with metre-thick ice, there are beginner to advanced options. The resort has expertly trained climbing staff to help

and harnesses is included.

FESTIVE SKIPLEX Skiplex (skiplex.co.uk), the indoor ski training centres, are offering up to a fifth off bookings for an hour’s Family Time

£125. “We normally recommend up to six people (with at least one adult), but as it’s Christmas we’ll bundle ten elves on if they don’t mind sharing!” said a spokesperson.

AUSTRALIA’S RECORD 2014 Australian resorts posted one of their best

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maintain separate identities or be merged.

are now available in over 100 resorts across the continent. Each year,

northern hemisphere to open for

reported 15.24cm of fresh snow in

Vail ski resort in Colorado was itself the largest ski area in the US

the Wipeout team review and update their products to make sure they

the 2014–15 ski and snowboard

early October and Arapahoe Basin

with 21 km2 until recently, when the merger of Big Sky and the former

reflect the latest developments in resorts, such as new lifts and pistes.

season last month, on Friday 17

over 30cm of natural snow during

Moonlight Basin in Montana overtook it with 23.5km2

In keeping with their eco-friendly ethos, they have recently started to

October, 2014.

the weeks leading up to opening.

However another Utah resort, Powder Mountain, is already disputing

recycle the out-of-date piste maps and have repackaged them into

“Conditions have been outstanding

A-Basin’s mountain operations

that the new combined area will be the largest in the US, claiming it

trendy baby bibs! Now your little one can show their allegiance to your

for snowmaking and we were

team started making snow on 2

has 30.3 km2. Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada, remains

favourite ski resort while you do your bit for the environment – the

very excited to open,” said Alan

October 2014, and they were able

the largest ski area in North America with 33 km2.

perfect stocking filler for any skier-to-be or powder-loving mum and dad!

Henceroth, A-Basin’s Chief

to create the 45cm base necessary

Operating Officer. “It is always great

for opening over the course of

to watch people have fun skiing

several days.

rapahoe Basin Ski Area (A-Basin)

and riding.”

Both areas are typically open up to

in Colorado, USA, and Ruka in

Both areas had significant pre-

May or June the following spring,

northern Finland were the first

season snowfall and topped up

with 8 month/200+ day ski seasons.

Cup award ceremonies staged at ski resorts around the world each season. At Courchevel, World Cup winners are awarded

and a world-class line-up bursting with critically

a ski helmet especially designed each season

acclaimed music acts,” said a launch statement

by David Cintract.

from the organisers.

The renowned contemporary artist, famous

Highlights from previous years include The

for his modern pop and glamorous style, has

Prodigy performing in the middle of the forest,

Riglet Park at Durango will anchor the

displayed his work in Courchevel for years

Rudimental playing out to a captive crowd

development of a multi-faceted ski

and is the sculptor behind the Mademoiselle

inside a real igloo and Kasabian taking to

and ride terrain-based learning facility

Courchevel statue in La Croisette.

the stage at sunset nearly 2000m up in the

in the base area. The park allows the

Athletes are reported to be very fond of this

mountains. There’s no announcement on who

youngest of riders, aged 3–6 years, to

unique prize. Slovenian Olympic medallist Tina

will perform in this year’s line-up.

experience sliding on snow and get a

Maze confesses to being “overprotective” of

For the first time, Snowbombing will

jump-start on learning while having fun

the one she won after her 2012 victory.

be introducing high-end, luxury named

on the slopes.

Courchevel is hosting the Women’s Alpine World

opening of lifts across the resort, and

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reached their maximum natural snow depth earlier than any other season in 27 years after opening in early June.

SKI BIZ’S HALF-ABILLION VALUE The Tahoe ski industry in California is a

apartments designed to suit everyone.

half-a-billion-dollar business according to

Colorado’s resorts have spent millions

facility mixes indoor play with ski

Finally, Arapahoe Basin, which was

Cup for the fifth successive year next month, with

an academic study by San Francisco State

of dollars this summer in their eternal

instruction and is part of Buttermilk’s

the first ski area in North America to

GS and slalom races on 13 and 14 December.

Tickets for the 2015 staging of Europe’s largest

Prices start from £229pp for five nights’

authentic, beautiful apartments are the best

University. The study was based on the

quest to provide ever-better facilities

base area redevelopment.

open for the season, last month, will

This year will see the best female skiers descend

and longest-established snow and music

accommodation and festival wristband, but

way for guests to save money as there is the

for families with young children.

Crested Butte is adding a Magic

open a three-storey $2.3m (£1.43m)

on the Emile-Allais stadium in a contest which,

festival, Snowbombing, are now on sale.

excluding travel and skiing/boarding costs.

luxury of cooking from home.

nine largest resorts. It estimated skiers spent

Aspen/Snowmass is also opening

Carpet lift just for its tubing hill, which

660 m2 children’s centre in the spring

last winter, attracted 13,000 spectators. This

Coming up to its 16th year, the festival will return

“This year, Snowbombing is determined to give

Also for the first time, the super premium 5★

$564.5m with direct expenditure in ski resorts

a children’s centre this winter

is located at the base area’s Adventure

of 2015, offering a dedicated facility

season, Bruno Tuaire, Courchevel’s Sports Club

to regular resort venue Mayrhofen with end-of-

revellers the most unique festival experience

Hotel Elisabeth will be available to revellers,

amounting to $427.7 million for skiing-related

called The Hideout. A multi-million

Park, as well as now offering snow

for children, including rental locations

Director, hopes that number will grow still further

season dates confirmed for Monday, 6 April to

yet, with the return of Austria’s ultimate après

which in previous years has only ever been

dollar investment, the 660 m2

bikes for rent, and the new Burton

and changing and dining areas.

to at least 20,000 people.

Saturday, 11 April 2015, including Easter Monday.

ski bar, the authentically Austrian Brück’n Stadl

reserved for artists. snowbombing.com

2013–14 season and focused on the area’s

activities including tickets, food and hotels.

Ranging from top-tier to mid price range, these

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bikes for rent, and the new Burton

and changing and dining areas.

to at least 20,000 people.

Saturday, 11 April 2015, including Easter Monday.

ski bar, the authentically Austrian Brück’n Stadl

reserved for artists. snowbombing.com

called The Hideout. A multi-million

Park, as well as now offering snow

for children, including rental locations

Director, hopes that number will grow still further

season dates confirmed for Monday, 6 April to

yet, with the return of Austria’s ultimate après

which in previous years has only ever been

a children’s centre this winter

is located at the base area’s Adventure

of 2015, offering a dedicated facility

season, Bruno Tuaire, Courchevel’s Sports Club

to regular resort venue Mayrhofen with end-of-

revellers the most unique festival experience

Hotel Elisabeth will be available to revellers,

nine largest resorts. It estimated skiers spent

Aspen/Snowmass is also opening

Carpet lift just for its tubing hill, which

660 m2 children’s centre in the spring

last winter, attracted 13,000 spectators. This

Coming up to its 16th year, the festival will return

“This year, Snowbombing is determined to give

Also for the first time, the super premium 5★

for families with young children.

Crested Butte is adding a Magic

open a three-storey $2.3m (£1.43m)

on the Emile-Allais stadium in a contest which,

festival, Snowbombing, are now on sale.

excluding travel and skiing/boarding costs.

luxury of cooking from home.

2013–14 season and focused on the area’s

quest to provide ever-better facilities

base area redevelopment.

open for the season, last month, will

This year will see the best female skiers descend

and longest-established snow and music

accommodation and festival wristband, but

way for guests to save money as there is the

of dollars this summer in their eternal

instruction and is part of Buttermilk’s

the first ski area in North America to

GS and slalom races on 13 and 14 December.

Tickets for the 2015 staging of Europe’s largest

Prices start from £229pp for five nights’

authentic, beautiful apartments are the best

half-a-billion-dollar business according to

Colorado’s resorts have spent millions

facility mixes indoor play with ski

Finally, Arapahoe Basin, which was

Cup for the fifth successive year next month, with

Ranging from top-tier to mid price range, these

on the slopes.

Courchevel is hosting the Women’s Alpine World

apartments designed to suit everyone.

jump-start on learning while having fun

the one she won after her 2012 victory.

be introducing high-end, luxury named

experience sliding on snow and get a

Maze confesses to being “overprotective” of

For the first time, Snowbombing will

youngest of riders, aged 3–6 years, to

unique prize. Slovenian Olympic medallist Tina

will perform in this year’s line-up.

in the base area. The park allows the

Athletes are reported to be very fond of this

mountains. There’s no announcement on who

and ride terrain-based learning facility

Courchevel statue in La Croisette.

the stage at sunset nearly 2000m up in the

development of a multi-faceted ski

and is the sculptor behind the Mademoiselle

inside a real igloo and Kasabian taking to

Riglet Park at Durango will anchor the

displayed his work in Courchevel for years

Rudimental playing out to a captive crowd

for his modern pop and glamorous style, has

Prodigy performing in the middle of the forest,

The renowned contemporary artist, famous

Highlights from previous years include The

by David Cintract.

from the organisers.

a ski helmet especially designed each season

acclaimed music acts,” said a launch statement

The Tahoe ski industry in California is a

BILLION VALUE SKI BIZ’S HALF-Aafter opening in early June. earlier than any other season in 27 years reached their maximum natural snow depth

 Features and adverts twice the size of all other monthly UK ski magazines for the biggest coverage opening of lifts across the resort, and

country’s biggest ski areas, saw the fastest season last month. Mt Hotham, one of the

The last resort open there ended their 2014 seasons for the last three decades in 2014. Australian resorts posted one of their best

At Courchevel, World Cup winners are awarded

and a world-class line-up bursting with critically

around the world each season.

SNOWBOMBING 2015 TICKETS ON SALE

Cup award ceremonies staged at ski resorts

northern Finland were the first

season snowfall and topped up

with 8 month/200+ day ski seasons.

It has become a highlight of the many World

in Colorado, USA, and Ruka in

Both areas had significant pre-

May or June the following spring,

rapahoe Basin Ski Area (A-Basin)

and riding.”

Both areas are typically open up to

to watch people have fun skiing

several days.

Operating Officer. “It is always great

for opening over the course of

DESIGNER HELMET COURCHEVEL’S

Henceroth, A-Basin’s Chief

to create the 45cm base necessary

very excited to open,” said Alan

October 2014, and they were able

the largest ski area in North America with 33 km2.

perfect stocking filler for any skier-to-be or powder-loving mum and dad!

for snowmaking and we were

team started making snow on 2

has 30.3 km2. Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada, remains

favourite ski resort while you do your bit for the environment – the

“Conditions have been outstanding

A-Basin’s mountain operations

that the new combined area will be the largest in the US, claiming it

trendy baby bibs! Now your little one can show their allegiance to your

October, 2014.

the weeks leading up to opening.

However another Utah resort, Powder Mountain, is already disputing

recycle the out-of-date piste maps and have repackaged them into

their Reading and Basingstoke centres.

season last month, on Friday 17

over 30cm of natural snow during

Moonlight Basin in Montana overtook it with 23.5km2

In keeping with their eco-friendly ethos, they have recently started to

between 1–24 December before 4pm at

the 2014–15 ski and snowboard

early October and Arapahoe Basin

with 21 km2 until recently, when the merger of Big Sky and the former

reflect the latest developments in resorts, such as new lifts and pistes.

off bookings for an hour’s Family Time

northern hemisphere to open for

reported 15.24cm of fresh snow in

Vail ski resort in Colorado was itself the largest ski area in the US

the Wipeout team review and update their products to make sure they

two non-glacier ski areas in the

their bases with snowmaking. Ruka

maintain separate identities or be merged.

are now available in over 100 resorts across the continent. Each year,

Full details are promised next March. It is not clear if the two areas will

Méribel, Val Thorens and Verbier. Five years on and Wipeout products

and snowmaking capabilities at both resorts.”

the seven key ski resorts of Chamonix, Courchevel, La Plagne, Les Arcs,

report. “(We) will be looking to upgrade or add new lifts, restaurants

room temperature. In their first year of operation, Wipeout launched in

over 28 km2 of skiable terrain,” wrote Katz in the company’s financial

its own just as well at double-digit sub-zero temperatures as it does at

and Canyons into the largest mountain resort in the United States with

Even in the current era of hi-tech map apps, the Wipeout map is holding

our plans to combine the ski experience of Park City Mountain Resort

also provided the bonus of clean goggles and sunglasses – genius!

all equipment including crampons, ice tools

Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortisation) growth as we implement

soggy piste maps that blew away on the lift, littering the slopes, and

and encourage would-be ice climbers, and

“We expect to generate significant additional EBITDA (Earnings Before

printed onto high-quality lens cloths. Wipeout replaced the problem of

Mountain Resort (PCMR) to create the largest ski area in the US.

product with dual functionality and began creating ski resort piste maps

has operated for several years, and its recently acquired Park City

back in 2009, Wipeout identified a gap in the market for an innovative

American ski resort operator to physically link Canyons, which it

Wipeout piste map lens cloth. The idea of a lady named Julie Slaughter

Vail Resorts’ CEO Rob Katz has confirmed plans by the largest North

2014 marks the fifth anniversary of the creation of the innovative

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performance in a wide range of

reputation over the last 50 years has made them

“The Ski” will deliver you great

it’s no surprise that Ski Bartlett’s word-of-mouth

off-piste, touring or telemark ...

carefully selected and tested range of products,

Whether you’re skiing on-piste,

specialist expert advice, combined with their

on all terrain and conditions.

With their renowned reputation for

will be free (once you’ve bought a lift pass to get up to it).

without the smart-phone gadgetry.

(£1.2m) to build. The bridge will be open all year round, and admission

this really is a go-anywhere watch. Classic good looks

the Swiss Alps. Scheduled to open in November, it has cost CHF1.8m

dial and bezel for outstanding legibility in any conditions,

prefer a thinner sock.

The 107m-long bridge, named The Peak Walk, hangs 3000m up in

absorbency and Superluminova detailing on the hands,

also available for those who

between Les Diablerets and Gstaad in Switzerland.

slopes. With Swiss-made movement, incredible shock

worn for a week. Longer socks

two peaks with one another has been built at Glacier 3000, a ski area

it can cope with just about anything you throw at it on the

bacteria and can happily be

What’s claimed to be the first hanging bridge in the world to connect

Designed to be worn every day, even in harsh conditions,

away moisture, repel odour and

Rugged outdoor credentials along with honest good looks.

ribbed sides, these socks wick

THE PEAK WALK attractions in the Alps this winter.

Here’s our quick guide to eight of the top vertigo-challenging valley below. bridges and suspended walkways, thousands of metres above the a collection of rickety-looking (but in reality very stable, we hope) metal cable cars with see-through floors (or you get to ride on the roof), and glass-bottomed balconies hanging over cliffs, 3km-high zip wires, long drops, and very high lifts – resorts have been busily constructing Making use of their existing assets – very big mountains, very exhilarating, or terrifying, attraction for their guests. out-do each other on who can create the most ecent years have seen ski areas endeavour to

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£139 | SKIBARTLETT.COM

downhill section of your ski tour either.

Wallisch are now choosing SHRED ...!

construction you’ll have no compromise on the

material. It’s no wonder riders like Tom

more effortless skin up to the top. With their clever

due to the cleverly imbedded SLYTECH

Now weighing only 650g, these will give you a

vented and impressive impact dissipation

reducing the weight of these touring skis by 25%.

head. Lightweight, comfortable, suitably

Excess material has been milled out from the core,

transferred through the helmet to your

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day, one ski quiver, brought to

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of choice in its day. Its founder

suffered a broken disc in my back and was

it. Ride as much as you can in all kinds of

 PERILLA SOCKS

mountain ski, the ultimate ski

concentrated 100% on freestyle. In 2005 I

fun chasing your dream you won’t regret

Based on a 70s designed all-

really. I did both until I was 20 before I

come for free, but as long as you have

then and no one knew where it would go,

HW: Keep it up, fight for it. Nothing will

The freestyle sport was so young back

in freestyle or freeride?

before my freestyle career kicked off.

Any advice for young(er) people starting

 SCOTT THE SKI

be missed on the slopes! Like this NEW ‘Falkland’ beanie.

HW: I was a mogul skier for some years

snow sports and with a whole new 2014/215 range they can’t

direction from freestyle to big mountain?

like that.

Zaini hats are still the leader of headwear when it comes to

Did you consciously decide to change

need. It’s nice when you trust your stuff

strong and lightweight helmet on your head!

Superbly stable when you let

and lift workers across the French Alps. They also stock a

into steep rocky terrain, you’d be crazy to not have this

fun, agile feel over bumpy terrain.

famous ski worker gloves as used by instructors, guides

If your adventures take you off the beaten track and

conditions, all-mountain ski ... A

They are well known as the only ski retailer to sell these

toughest impact protection constructions out there.

These skis really are a true all-

sell avalanche equipment, skis and specialist clothing.

vents, headlamp attachment point and one of the

The off-piste equipment specialists Snowshepherd

mountain guides and freeride tourers. Including 26

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ambitions?

I had just turned 25 and was pretty much

Bobby Burns inspired Scott to

wide range of other leather ski gloves.

them run. Get them on-piste and

HW: Right now my goal is to have fun on

one of the oldest doing freestyle, so I felt

Fabulous 75% alpaca ski socks

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you’ll be amazed at how easily

skis, do some nice movies/edits and keep

less motivated on going back there. The

out for almost two seasons. During that

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they turn. A very special ski that

on shredding for a long time.

Freeride World Tour was just starting up,

develop “The Ski” into a modern-

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life with original retro graphics!

and I got a wild card for the first two stops

time the sport progressed so much, and

with soft cushioned sole and

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Super-smooth and easy turning

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make high-quality equipment for what I best, I really liked it so I kept going.

while skiing. I’m happy that my sponsors

in Alpine racing and, although I wasn’t the

HW: I like everything that I have on me

up there. After a while I started competing

Your favourite items of gear?

day after school, weekends and holidays ski area when I was five and I spent every

always good.

My mum and dad built a restaurant up in the

anywhere where it’s been dumping is

pretty much born into skiing, you could say.

BC, Canada will do too. But you know,

HW: I was born in Åre, Sweden, so I was

in France a lot. Any powder place in

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