Definitive Guide Of Where To Ski Outdoors Mid-October

Definitive Guide Of Where To Ski Outdoors Mid-October

Newsfeed, Training & Outfitting
Hey, it's mid-October, time to start whetting your appetite for real skiing on crystal-white snow! No more envying those few who have time & money to travel to the Southern Hemisphere for a spot of summer ( ours) skiing. No need to drive to a ski tunnel, the walls of which , let's face it, can't compare with a view a real snow track provides. And you know what October 15th means? Well, that's the day the ski track opens in Livigno, that perennial capital of early skiing in Europe and beyond. While we await fresh pictures from 2017, here's some lovely shot video of what Livigno holds for a skier. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyB58gSAYDg Not to be seen biased towards the valley squeezed between Italy and Switzerland, we put together some alternative…
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Today in Skiing: All News That’s Fit To Print

Today in Skiing: All News That’s Fit To Print

Leaders, Newsfeed, Trivia
Winter is coming – only seven weeks separate us from the FIS World Cup first race in Ruka, Finland. More news about or related to skiing is coming in. We don't pretend to cover them all – rather, we do a bit of selection based on the wow-factor. Let's hope you like it. 1. Russian skiers are the first to present their new racing suits for the Olympic season. The supplier stays the same (Russian Ski Federation has a long term contract with Adidas) – but what a radical departure in color scheme! From (kinda) pink'n'blue of the last season the new ones have gone all burgundy! The presentation was all homey affair – no press conferences and photoshoots. Out of nowhere, a photo of nameless skier with a cropped…
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