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Dubai Ski resort 2020 Meydan One

Dubai is going even bigger than Ski Dubai. Project developer Meydan is planning to build a 3.67 million square metre mixed-use development which, when finished before 2020 will not only have a big ass residential tower.. But more importantly an even bigger ski fridge. This huge project should all be ready in time for the Dubai Expo 2020. The height of the ski slope has not yet officially been announced. What we do know is that they’re planning to make a 1.2 […]

7 Days in Paradise

We are going back in the past. Welcome to the  early 1980’s of POW skiing. Since 1970, many people have filmed in the famous powder of Wiegele World but no filmmaker is more recognizable in the ski industry than Warren Miller. Seven Days in Paradise is a Warren Miller feature from the early 1980’s that shows us how far we have come in fashion, technology but one thing remains the same…the deep powder. Warren Anthony Miller was born in Hollywood, […]

Sherpas Cinema

Sherpas Cinema Sherpas Cinema is a boutique production house where youthful creativity and originality meets award-winning experience. The use of cutting edge filmmaking techniques, inventive animation and graphic design, intimate character development and detailed audio composition are coupled with years of multifaceted mountain experience and savvy. Sherpas’ films have been heralded as the best of their kind and have toured the globe with worldwide accolade winning numerous awards. https://sherpascinema.com The Fine Line The greatest snow sports athletes join the world’s […]


Telemarking is gaining a lot of popularity on the slopes and outside the slopes. It’s a beautiful way to come down the mountain that’s for sure. TRY IT OUT! Telemark skiing uses a different boot and binding than standard downhill (alpine) skiing, and the big difference is the heel is free and able to lift off the ski in telemarking. The boot has the ability to flex across the top of the forefoot and the binding allows the heel to […]

150 years since the first ascent of the Matterhorn

These images were shot by Robert Bösch over the last few years for Mammut, to showcase their range of hardy clothing and sports equipment. The most recent, taken in September 2014, celebrates 150 years since the first ascent of the Matterhorn Sixty Mammut employees sleep surrounded by ice, wind and snow at 2,700 metres, to test Mammut’s newest sleeping bags. A team of mountain guides assembled on a narrow ledge for a Mammut boot test event high above the Furka […]

Ski Ballet

Skiing in the POWder never get’s boring. But the slopes can get a bit dull. So if you need some inspiration because the POW is nowhere to be found or you just want to hit the slopes… Watch Hermann Reitberger Olmpic Champion ski Ballet Rip Up the slopes. I think it’s about time this get’s reintroduced. The master of ballet ski during the ’80. Herman Reitberger Ski ballet (later renamed acroski) was a freestyle skiing discipline from the late-1960s until […]

Foto log St. Anton am Arlberg update

Packing for a season of POW

;;Anticipation Amsterdam, 14-12-2014 It’s time to go too bed. I’m laying here but can’t fall a sleep. The thought that I will be on the train of to Austria in less then 20 hours makes my heart pound like hell. I’m thinking about the adventures that I possibly will be having during my stay in St. Anton am Arlberg. I know this period has the potential to be the best time of my life. We will see. I’ve packed all […]

The Traveler

In search of POW Short films following travelers in search of POW in the backcountry Livin’tiny,   Train, Camping, The Hut, Super Luxury Castle, Boat,