159: Skiing in Austria in October, Wipeout Piste Maps & whether to rent or buy your Snowboard
In Episode 159 we discuss piste maps, skiing in Austria in October and look back at the National Snow Show. We also ask whether you should rent your snowboard in resort, rather than buying.
Iain was joined by Gethin James and Julie Slaughter, founder of Wipeout, as well as down the line by Chris Moran from Intersport Ski hire.
- Gethin skied with his family in The Lecht in Scotland
- Julie’s hike was to the beautiful Lac Blanc in Chamonix
- Les 2 Alpes has confirmed it won’t open this autumn
- Iain presented about driving an electric car to the Alps at the National Snow Show
- Listen to our special episode about the 2022 National Snow Show here
- The women’s GS at Solden was cancelled, although the Men’s race did take place
- The Men’s Downhill races in Zermatt have also been cancelled
- Mia Brookes took 9th place in her World Cup Big Air debut
- Les 3 Vallees is the largest ski area in the world
- Check out the Wipeout range on their website
- Listen to our snowboard special here:
- Listen to our special episode with Chris Moran here
- You can book snowboards at www.intersportrent.com and ask questions via their
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