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France Oz VueBored of the same runs, the same bars and the same crowds in your (and everyone else’s) favourite resort? Ski specialists Erna Low share 5 secret European ski resorts you have probably never heard of...
 
We take a look at The Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead, the latest indoor ski slope to open in the UK, costing a hefty £23 million to build. But it sounds like it was worth it...
 
skiing hoth star warsSkiing on the ice planet of Hoth? Snowboarding on Middle Earth? Explore the pleasures of riding deep crystals and hanging with the locals in galaxies far far away…
 
ImageSnowSphere editor, Sam Baldwin, says his farewells to Snowboard UK, the magazine that inspired thousands of British snowboarders, and speculates on why after almost 20 years, the UK's first and longest running snowboard magazine, has bitten the dust.
 
Interview with Ed LeighSnowSphere speaks to Ed Leigh, probably the hardest working man in the snowboard media, about his rise from White Lines Magazine teaboy to international snowboard broadcaster and BBC Ski Sunday presenter...
 
ImageImageOf all the jobs in the snowboarding industry, being the editor of the UK's two biggest and best snowboarding magazines surely ranks pretty high up on the list. We speak to Mark McGettigan, editor of Snowboard UK, and Ed Blomfield, editor of White Lines, to find out if spreading snowboarding propaganda to the nation's shredders truly is a dream job...
 
ImageSnowboarding has a famously steep learning curve; it's possible to be linking turns within just a few hours. But this doesn't mean you should ditch the lessons too soon. With a plenty of terrible technique on the slopes, Pete Campbell says many snowboarders should go back to school...
 
ImageThe skier turned snowboarder who "never looked back" is a familiar story, but SnowSphere sub editor Jon Mitchell pulls a 180, ditches his Italian "Bastard" board, picks up some poles and heads to the hills to make some parallel turns
 
ImageDoes rolling around on a board with wheels serve to ease the loss of snow underneath your feet, or is it simply a tease during the dry months? Are these two board sports serving different purposes, meaning skateboarding really is no substitute for sliding on snow?
 
ImageDoo-rag or not doo-rag? That is not the question, but with gansta skiers and fluoro snowboarders on the slopes, has the world of winter sports fashion pulled a backside 180 as snowboarders and skiers swap clothes?
 
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