Insider information on the ski & snowboard industry and our ski and snowboard instructor courses.
Choosing where to do your 11 week instructor course can be a super challenging decision… although you’ve got to admit it’s a pretty good problem to have! If you’re looking for breathtaking scenery, the largest ski-able terrain in North America and a buzzing town with something different on every night then Banff might just be your dream home for the season. Below you’ll find some feedback we had from the 12/13 crew that completed our 11 week course there… if you’d like to speak to any of them to find out why their time was so awesome let us know and we will put you in touch
Over the last week certain areas of New Zealand’s South Island have received over 70cm of snow, which is great news for the upcoming start of the season.
Resorts in the “Club Fields” region have been boasting epic snow reports and locals have be sharing tonnes of mouthwatering pics. Cars are being completely buried! And check this out from Cragieburn Valley:
Welcome to the final installment of our series of blogs that explore the best ways to spend a winter season. So far we’ve looked at bar & chalet work as well as life as an actual ski or snowboard instructor. I’d say for most snow enthusiasts the latter of these is the most appealing so lets look at how you can actually become an instructor. Read more »
I love snow. I love the mountains. I love good times. But most of all, I love skiing and snowboarding. Since I started working for Nonstop it’s been pretty difficult to wipe the grin of my face…. Here’s some snaps into life at Nonstop… Read more »
Fernie is renowned for its awesome snow record and, year after year, delivers some of the best snow conditions in the world.
Earlier this season, we were really excited to see whether the promised return of an “La Nina” winter would bring more insane conditions to the “Powder Triangle” of BC. Read more »