For the December issue of this season's Ski+board magazine, Colin Nicholson travelled to the Dolomites to discover more about skiing for the visually impaired. 

With the Winter Paralympics taking place in PyeongChang, South Korea, and with medal hopes high for Britain's visually impaired skiers, you can read the feature below. (Click on the square in the bottom right-hand corner to view the article in full-screen mode).  

GB enjoyed huge success in visually impaired skiing at the 2014 Sochi games - with Kelly Gallagher and her guide Charlotte Evans winning gold in the Super-G, and Jade Etherington and her guide Caroline Powell winning 3 silver medals in the Downhill, Slalom and Combined, and bronze in the Super-G. Kelly Gallagher is back to defend her title, whilst the team also features Millie Knight and her guide Brett Wild, GB's first ever World Champions, and Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide Jennifer Kehoe, who boast multiple podium finishes at World Championship level. Menna was also the recipient of the Ski Club's Evie Pinching Award for up and coming young snowsports athletes in 2016.