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How to stay fit over the summer to be the best on the slopes next season

The snow is all gone and it is time for the beach! At least it is in the southernmost countries of Europe. Anyway, most of the people don’t think of skiing or snowboarding anymore, so you may think – why waste time to write about it? Well, my friend…the reason of this article is to remind you how important it is to stay fit over the summer in order to be the beast on the slopes again next season. Serious

Top 5 Summertime Alternatives to Skiing and Snowboarding

Hey, all the snow sports lovers! We know that watching snow melting is a pretty sad time in your (and our) lives, so we decided it is time to find some summertime alternatives for skiing and snowboarding. Because we all know that the snow may be gone but the desire to keep looking at what’s going on stays, right? Ok, let’s find that perfect skiing or snowboarding substitute to fill your summer months! Harb carvers Harb…what? Yep, that was our

Want to be amazing at snowboarding? Here is how!

So you have mastered the basics of snowboarding, you’re linking turns and feel confident on your board? Great! Then you are ready to move on and try out some of our intermediate snowboarding tips, because there’s nothing better than nailing a new trick, tearing up a new run or hitting a new feature for the first time. Of course, these tips can’t take the place of a great snowboard instructor, but will give you some things to think about when

Paragliding in the French Alps

Some would argue that the biggest thrill you can experience in the French Alps is that of flying down hundreds of slopes at break-neck speeds, and maybe they’d be right. However, there’s another group that would argue rather differently and tell you that in order to find the biggest rush in the Alps you need to look a little higher. Yes, along with the very best skiing in the world Alps2Alps airport transfers can also be your gateway to paragliding

Summer Ski Alternatives

Sure the summer’s great for some, but for any dedicated powder-heads it’s one of the most bewildering times of year. I mean, it’s not like it’s easy to find decent snow and slopes when its heading for 30 degrees in the shade, so what’s a poor soul to do until things start turning nice and icy again? There’s always the option of spending the summer getting fat and miserable until the alps2alps ski transfers start running again, but what about