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If someone was to ask you where you could find snow in the Southern Hemisphere, your first thought would probably be Antarctica, and then maybe jump to the South Island of New Zealand. The likes of Australia, and South Africa though probably wouldn't cross most people's minds. However, not only is there snow, but there's ski resorts! Here we're going to have a look at what skiing is like across the Southern Hemisphere, with a few resorts that are in their own right household names, to some obscure slopes in places you might not expect. So lets have a look...

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Another look at Alpe d'Huez, from the main town itself and the resort as a whole.

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Alpe d’Huez is one of the biggest ski resorts in France with a large and varied terrain. It is one of the few resorts that has extensive slopes for beginners as well as challenging slopes for experts. Read all about it here.

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Product information -

Mips is a revolutionary technology that's added to helmets, from Ski Helmets, to Bike Helmets, equestrian, construction, etc. It adds to the standard helmet design which absorbs impact and protecting your heat, to also protect sensitive brain tissue from dangerous rotational forces when you have a fall or impact at an angle, at speed, or whilst rolling.

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Resort Reviews -

Arguably one of the world’s most famous ski resorts, La Plagne is huge, family-friendly, has 225kms of piste and as 70% of it is above 2000m, it’s really snow-sure.  Hugely popular with both Brits and French, La Plagne has something for everyone.

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