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Bjelasnica (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 1 year ago
Mountain Bjelasnica is located in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, situated South-West, only 25 km from Sarajevo. Nearby is a Mount named Igman on which most of the Alpine and Nordic discip.. Read more
Artesina Mondolè Ski (Italy)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 1 year ago
Artesina it\'s a great place for skiing, you cannot imagine to find this big snow so near to the mediterranean sea (if you are lucky you can see the sea from the top). The mountains are not so high bu.. Read more
Kittelfjäll (Sweden)
  • Grade: 4/5
  • 4 years ago
An awesome little skiing resort with loads of offpiste around and affordable heliskiing. The so called pistes are mostly ungroomed because they run through little canyons. Accommodation is mostly woo.. Read more
La Parva (Chile)
  • Grade: 2/5
  • 4 years ago
La Parva absolutely sucks. I mean how can they ptenerd to be a freeride meca?? if the only thing they do is building developing and haven\'t open a lift or new area in years. I have seen mr Medina doi.. Read more
Livigno (Italy)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 4 years ago
Hey guys, so i stayed in Livigno with 3 more people for 6 days, it was at the beginnig of march 2010. The weather is always nice at this time of year so we had a decent week. Slopes are awesome, the.. Read more
Hoch-Ybrig (Switzerland)
  • Grade: 3/5
  • 5 years ago
Small, but definitely beautiful... Have had some great days here, and definitely recommend if you are in the area mid-week and outside the school holidays. There are two hot-spots for freeriding.. Read more
Silverton (USA)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 5 years ago
Silverton is the best powder turn per dollar in the USA. It's different, really different in that during the height of the season, it's guided only at 130 US$ per day. You're required to carry an .. Read more
Montecampione (Italy)
  • Grade: 4/5
  • 5 years ago
Great resort for short breaks, just 50 mins from bergamo airport. During the week the resort is very quiet, weekends is full of Italian day trippers. Great value. There main description web site is.. Read more
Niseko (Japan)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 5 years ago
If you love your powder then there's simply no better place in the world in January than Niseko... Right off the lifts you're getting great turns - knee deep every second day, waist deep in between! .. Read more
Abisko / Nuolja (Sweden)
  • Grade: 3/5
  • 6 years ago
The sissyboys at Nuolja do not operate the lifts if the temperature is more than -20c, however, that INCLUDES windchill!!! We were there and the temperature was -16c but because of the windchill e.. Read more
Sainte Foy (France)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 6 years ago
Sainte Foy is a great little resort. If you are used to the concrete jungles of the big resorts, Sainte Foy is a welcome change. That goes for the skiing as well. If you are use to having long waits a.. Read more
Stryn sommerski (Norway)
  • Grade: 4/5
  • 6 years ago
Skiing in the beginning of june is always gonna be special and for that reason alone the trip is worth it. The resort has only 2 lifts and the pistes are nothing to write home about but the backcountr.. Read more
Arosa (Switzerland)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 6 years ago
Due to good snow cover from December to April, freeskiers are provided with powder-runs of different skill levels in the upper parts of Arosa. And in the early morning hours chances for some great fir.. Read more
Happo One (Japan)
  • Grade: 5/5
  • 6 years ago
Happo One is by far the best ski resort I have been to yet. The snow generally for Japan is excellent and this season has been no exception. From the middle of December to early March you can expect f.. Read more
Hammarbybacken (Sweden)
  • Grade: 3/5
  • 6 years ago
First visit to Hammarbybacken today, so I thought I'd add a review. For people visiting Stockholm and in need of a quick fix on the slopes its great. Two T-bar lifts and 4 short runs to choose from .. Read more
Niseko (Japan)
  • Grade: 4/5
  • 6 years ago
The greatest powder is on the Hanazono side, and no lift lines. Great and reasonable lodging at Freedom Inn (www.freedom-inn.jp) very close to the slopes. Read more
Jasna/Chopok (Slovakia)
  • Grade: 4/5
  • 7 years ago
i'm a big fan of Jasna. Been there twice and really enjoyed the massive freeeride areas! Cheap, friendly and awesome snow if you're lucky. They do close the top lift a few times if they don't fe.. Read more
Jasna/Chopok (Slovakia)
  • Grade: 3/5
  • 7 years ago
Jasna, ski resort in Slovakia located in Demanovska Dolina (Demanovska Valley) southern from Liptovsky Miklas under the Chopok mountain (2024 m) which is 2nd highest mountain of Nizke Tatry (eng: Low .. Read more
Nanshan Ski Village (China)
  • Grade: 3/5
  • 7 years ago
This slope is good for beginners but has fairly short runs and the chairlifts are pretty slow. It's nice and close to Beijing though, about 50 minutes on the new expressway. Toll both is 30RMB each .. Read more
Nendaz (Switzerland)
  • Grade: 4/5
  • 7 years ago
Nendaz has some brilliant freeriding terrain, mostly around Mont Fort, Tortin and Col d'Gentiens, which got a new lift this year improving travel times. The skiing around the village of Nendaz itself .. Read more