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Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 days ago

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  • Konbanwa from Niseko

    Konbanwa from Niseko We have had some amazingly clear night skiing sessions in Niseko this season and the view of the village from the slopes is pretty special during twilight and also once it is fully night time. This photo was taken from the top of the ridge on a run called Super. I had the privilege to attend a demo day for Ride Snowboards at Moiwa this season. Moiwa is a small resort that is...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • WALK THE CORNISH COASTAL PATH

    I have never put ON weight when long distance walking before, but the the Cornish Coastal Path was the exception! The first week we covered was from Padstow to St Ives. Each day we started with a traditional full English breakfast. An hour or two of walking would bring us to a seaside village with a café for our coffee with scones, jam & cream. On we walked, and by lunchtime is was time to seek ou...

Mainpeak Pty Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Lachlan Mason – NZ Junior Nationals

    Hi all this is my second blog for Mainpeak; those of you who have read my blog before would know that I am an aspiring competitive snowboarder from WA. In my last blog I talked about training in WA where there is no snow. That blog was some time ago because I fractured my wrist which saw me miss the Australian snow season. My wrist injury was significant and I had to have a bone graft to fix it. I...

Mainpeak Pty Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Ohayo from Niseko

    It has been about a month since I arrived in Niseko and the town has finally woken up from its slumber with all restaurants now open for business and the tourist arriving by the busload everyday as it gets closer to Christmas. We had over 70cm of snow fall on the 16th and 17th of December. Too much snow if that is a thing. The small issue that it causes is if you don’t keep your speed up or stop t...

  • Konnichiwa from Niseko. Hokkaido, Japan

    It has been snowing non-stop since I arrived on the 23rd November in Niseko, Japan which is what this place is famous for. The train ride from New Chitose Airport Sapporo to the local town called Kutchan just outside of Niseko took approximately 2.5hrs and travelled along past the northern coastal town of Otaru which was interesting to see the strong winds from Siberia that influences the Hokkaido...

  • Backpacking Banter

    A FEW HIKING ESSENTIALS Living in Western Australia we are spoilt for choice when it comes to day walks. We've got lots of fabulous trails around the Perth area with the Darling Scarp and the Bibbulmun Track, while in the south of the state we have the beautiful coastline, the Porongorups and the Stirling ranges and that's just to name just a few!! I love getting out for a day, particularly at thi...

  • Happy Christmas and New Years to all from Niseko

    Christmas day was the first time they opened one of the upper chairlifts so that was a nice little present from the resort. The single seater chairlift is officially called the King Lift #4 or also known as the pizza box chairlift, suicide chairlift and various other nicknames as you can see by the photo. There is no safety bar or anything and you just hug the pole….pretty tightly. It’s definitely...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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