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The best ski scenes in Bond


The stories and films of James Bond have forever captured the adventurous heart of every Brit. In his signature combination of effortless charm and daring adventure, Bond has seen it all for the good of Queen and country. In line with the character of a lone wolf and passed on from the author, one of Bond’s favourite activities is the glamorous and yet dangerous art of skiing. A lucky choice of sports considering how often his well-honed skills have saved him from capture.

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The world’s most challenging ski runs

During any ski break we encounter the inevitable fear of a steep drop or particularly narrow run, but after you have completed the descent and the initial adrenaline begins to wear off, you find yourself looking further afield for the next thrill. Whether you are off to a ski holiday in France and looking to let out your inner adventurer, or heading to North America in order to catch some air, these seven descents will leave you either frozen with fear or raring to go.

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What you need to know about the Epic Pass

Skiing in Europe has always been the height of luxury, offering more powder, nicer weather and a varied cuisine compared to its North American cousins. While the Rockies may offer their own destination resorts, nothing will ever compare to the grandeur of the Alps.

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The video game inspiring the next generation

In December of 2016, Ubisoft unleashed their new game Steep upon the world, an extreme sports game set in a snowy alpine landscape. With an online multiplayer capacity, the open world allows both a competitive and explorative gaming experience, and thus far has earned glorious reviews.

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A Romantic retreat in Courchevel

Paris is the undisputable city of love, and as legend has it that the first Valentine’s Day card was sent by a Frenchman back in 1415, it is only to be expected that any ski chalet in France would be filled with love and romance this Valentine’s Day. However, skiing is exhausting for even the most skilled athlete, and it can be hard to carve out a little intimacy in crowded resorts. So check out our tips on how to make your trip to Courchevel a romantic escape to remember.

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Best skis for the season

Renting skis is best left to the beginners as they offer old models and poor quality, perfect if you don’t know what you’re doing or whether you will take to it, however, for those moving up to intermediate levels, nothing can beat the comfort and familiarity of your own skis. Though airlines are beginning to charge for ski carriage, it is little compared to the blisters and aches of unfamiliar boots that can easily ruin any après ski you were planning for your ski holiday in France.

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The rise in Nordic skiing

For years ski holidays have been synonymous with all things luxury, especially in the elite ski resorts. Now as people search for the ever-elusive powder, they are ready to leave behind the beauty of a perfectly groomed piste is search for pastures new. With a sudden bid to regain the purity of the sport beyond pretensions of resorts and the ease of modern technology, many are trying their hand at downhill skiing’s little known relation. Nordic skiing includes disciplines such as cross-country and telemark skiing and takes place off-piste like backcountry skiing.

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World’s longest super slalom hits La Plagne

While the Alps has struggled with snow this season, initially not having enough to go around, now it has all arrived at once causing closure at the Wegen’s Lauberhorn downhill ski race. The 40cm that arrived in Switzerland on Friday night should signify more stable weather systems going into the New Year, a welcome relief to those who have booked Ski Holidays in France ski holidays in France or Switzerland for the coming months.

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How the ski holiday has evolved

The modern world is a busy one, as we constantly attempt to keep on top of technology, trends and social media pressure, our leisure time is precious and we have learnt to spend it wisely. Skiing has always been viewed as both a luxury and extreme sport, therefore is under immense pressure to remain relevant and retain its place as one of the prime winter activities.

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The return of the ski onesie

Whether on a family Ski holiday in Franceor a fashion-forward break in Aspen, there will be no piste safe from the onesie. Unutterably prevalent in the 80’s, we are now seeing a return of the adult ski onesie in both high end and retro manners. Previously the onesie has been relegated to young children and fancy dress at the end of the season ,however the surge in neon ski equipment has gathered momentum in the last few years and is finally coming to a head.

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