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Monday was a lovely bluebird day, which was an awesome way to start the week. The snowboarders (minus three who where hungover) were doing a mock level one with instructor Fraser, that involved riding standards in t...

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Monday brought us fresh powder, so everyone used the opportunity to brush up on some tree runs.  This brought great amusement to our new instructors, as they seemed to notice a few tired skiers! Sunday being...

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Week two had a fragile start for some, as we started lessons on the Sunday with only having one day to recover from hang over’s and a hard first week up on the hill. The weekend had been a heavy one as it was our ...

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So, all the guys from Australia and the Asian continent set off on their epic adventure first, whilst the UK guys followed the day after. Things with the UK trip seemed to run smoothly after the confusion of our ...

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Eat, Breath, Sleep Snow. Living the dream BY ANDREW JAY – SNOWBOARD GEEK I’ve been snowboarding for 13 years. I started when I was 16 – the college offered a trip and I thought it looked cool. Now, ...

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How to save to become a Ski or Snowboard Instructor on a Gap Year It’s surprisingly easy to save that wad of cash you need for the Snow Rehab experience of a lifetime. We’re talking three months in perfect po...

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The 'ultimate' bucket list for snow addicts...No.1 Deciding on our number one bucket list entry has been incredibly hard, tempers have frayed and a virtual no fire zone imposed across the table...  With the ...

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The 'ultimate' bucket list for snow addicts...No.2 If there was ever a common dream in the world of snowsports then it must certainly be to heliski Alaska.  Everyone loves fresh powder turns and the notion o...

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The 'ultimate' bucket list for snow addicts...No.3 The Snow Rehab Bucket list returns with our first entry into the medals places with our number 3: riding powder in Japan or skiing/boarding an entire winter seas...