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General news

Update on Le Ski - ski hosting case
Update on Le Ski - ski hosting case
The latest from the Le Ski website following the court case on 2 July 2014
British ski instructor fined €30,000 for teaching without correct qualifications
British ski instructor fined €30,000 for teaching without correct qualifications
Simon Butler has been fined and says he will appeal the decision in the ongoing saga
Michael Schumacher reportedly out of coma
Michael Schumacher reportedly out of coma
The German former F1 champion is reportedly 'out of coma' and has been relocated to a Swiss hospital for ongoing treatment

related videos

Freeride - Lateral Stability
Freeride - Lateral Stability
When freeriding it is essential to have lateral control to keep your skiing consistent when the surface is inconsistent. Technique tip courtesy of the Warren Smith Ski Academy.
After the snowfall
After the snowfall
BASI expert Mark Jones helps presenter Peter Hart maintain his speed and stay afloat in the powder.
Backcountry tour
Backcountry tour
Presenter Peter Hart puts everything that he has learnt with BASI expert Mark Jones into practice when Canadian guide Gary Carruthers leads them into the Lake Louise backcountry.
Be prepared
Be prepared
This clip focuses on the four skill areas important in off-piste skiing: Technical, Psychological, Physical and Tactical. From the In Deep DVD.

Features

Spotlight on: Grandvalira
Spotlight on: Grandvalira
Extensive pistes, potential powder and all night parties in the Pyrenees... could Andorra be the perfect destination for you next winter adventure?
Peak performance
Peak performance
Not a downhill skier but love the snow? We take a look at 'wellbeing' and fitness training in the mountains
Has your favourite resort just doubled in size?
Has your favourite resort just doubled in size?
We take a look at this year's biggest resort link-ups
Elevation: Wired for war
Elevation: Wired for war
Invented by Italian soldiers to get around the mountains during the First World War, via ferrata is today a surprisingly accessible form of climbing