Snowboarders are, by definition, travellers. Unless you're lucky enough to live at the foot of a mountain, the typical snowboarding trip means planning an overseas journey -and making some important decisions.
Snowboarding The World reflects the reality of modern snowboarding travel. The authors have spent seasons in France, ridden secret valleys in Iran, crested virgin peaks in the far northern reaches of Greenland, and hiked glaciers in Iceland under the midnight sun. They've been lost in Russian forests, had the best week hitting rails in Big Bear, and enjoyed night-time powder sessions in Japan.
Their combined experience allows us to bring you a book packed with invaluable information about world resorts - which part of the world you choose to drop into is, of course, down to you, but we hope this guide helps you make some of those key decisions along the way.