At the start of the season we launched our social sharing feature using the hashtag #aussieskier to display your Instagram Pics and Viddy Videos on aussieskier.com/social and also our Facebook page. The simple ‘Shoot, Tag, Share’ instructions have been an absolute hit – at this halfway mark of the season over 600 pictures have been
Looks like we’re in for a bit more snow. As we know Buller is in desperate need of snow, and the chatter I’ve heard from Falls and Hotham is that while they are far from dire straits a nice little top up will be just what the doctor ordered, as their lower, sun facing aspects
After a yet another miserable, drizzly/rainy day on Monday I was very surprised leaving the Whitt last night to cold, clear skies and snow guns blazing. The snow crossing Bourke St was particularly firm and the road glazed which let to a slippery slide home. This morning we woke to beautiful blue skies, cold weather
Half a dozen runs of Bourke St was plenty for the weekend but it was a lovely day so we decided to take a walk to the Summit: (Click to enlarge) Also, Jane’s Weather is forecasting a return to wintry weather with a series of cold fronts following some warm, wet weather in the leadup
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AlpineReplay is a social network for skiers and snowboarders that I helped test in private beta over the course of this season. The focus of AlpineReplay is on stats. With an Android or iPhone they measure your speed, airtime, vertical, Calories, distance, and more. Your day is separated by run, with the names of chairlifts
Just got word that the new Buller app has gone live. Search for “Mt Buller Live” in the app store. The interface will be familiar to users of the Hotham and Perisher apps as they have used the same developer. Look forward to testing it tomorrow!
So you’ve been watching the forecasts, and a front is on it’s way. You’re read here what a waste of time long range forecasts are, but you’ve identified a weather window thanks to some medium/short range forecasts. It’s now D-Day and you want to track what’s going on up in the hills so you can
Snow lovers are information addicts. The advent of the Internet has allowed us to cut through the marketing guff and make our own decisions on what the conditions are like and what to expect. Ian Dunlop & Richard Tribe, owners of ski.com.au pioneered Australian Snow Cams in the mid/late 1990′s, around the same time Pete