Team Adventures

Millet Ski Touring with the Three Sarahs, Alfie and Tullah

Is Ski Touring Actually Worth It?

How can you justify going uphill when there are perfectly useable lifts? Do you have to wear lycra? Is it really worth it? 
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Our highlights of the winter… and what a winter it has been!

The season of 2016/17 has been another awesome one for our trainees in France and Switzerland. With loads of fun and amazing success stories from BASI Level 1 though to Level 4. So we wanted to take a quick look back at some of our highlights of the winter… and what a winter it has been!
Morzine Moguls Clinic

Morzine Moguls Clinic with Ben Cavet

Sometimes when concentrating on the exams BASI has laid out in front of us, it is easy to forget there is more to skiing than impressing the men and women in blue. Continued Professional Development helps to keep us thinking about skiing in a different way, whilst also putting us in the shoes of our clients, if only for a few hours.
Ski Touring Adventures
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Skiing Wild Snow

Why are more and more people choosing to earn their turns? Walking uphill can be hard work, so why not just buy a lift pass and go skiing? Here are a few reasons to go out and enjoy a ski-tour.
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Filming for Projected Productions on the Hintertux Glacier

Written by Jon Ahlsén - New Generation Ski Instructor Training Centre Coach At Interski – the four-yearly congress for national snowsports instructor alliances – I met a bunch of very interesting people. To me, that was one of the…

Ski Seasons – Why you’ll keep going back

Think you know what it's like to do a ski season? Think again.
New Generation RAF Ski Team. Tignes summer Training for Military Championships in Saalbach Hinterglemm

Introducing our Ski Instructor Courses Team – Sarah

When you work out here in the Alps, people always want to know where you learned to ski. Were you 3 years old? Could you ski before you could walk? Where? My answer is a bit unusual – I was taught to ski by a mad Austrian at the age of 14.…
Tom and Grant did our Meribel course 9 years ago.

It’s official winter is here.

The first weekend of December is always a fairly manic one for all at New Generation. As the first snow arrives in the Alps so do all of our instructors, new uniforms, new toys and new friends. To kick the winter off in style we bring all of…
Breaking trail is considerably more tiring than following on a ski tour be aware and change who is up front.
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How I plan and execute my Ski Tours.

Written by David Roberts In my previous blogs, I've outlined what you should look for in ski-touring equipment and the tools that you can use to plan an enjoyable day out.  In the this article I'd like to show two examples of the planning…

What I learnt from being injured

Skiing is a cruel sport one moment you can be blasting down the piste feeling like Ted Ligety and the next you are using your head to break your fall while sliding, spinning, flipping or just generally careering down the slope on everything…