Exciting travel and expedition reports from countries like Japan, Norway, Iceland, New Zealand, Canada, Romania and many other interesting regions, as well as Splitboard trips where you can be part of and many more information, region portraits and contacts to the local splitboard scene, are found here in our section splitboarding travel guidebook.
Outdoor skiing and snowboarding on snow is possible in 85 countries worldwide. At least theoretically. Without ski tourism and infrastructure like known from the Alps, mountain, ski and splitboard tours quickly develop to significantly more demanding challenges, just think about the lack of avalanche reports, mountain rescue and the network of trails and mountain huts. Nonetheless, because or by different reasons, other places, new discoveries, adventures and impressions are calling.
A story and trip report of the Slovakian snowboarder and splitboarder Marek Gazda and his friends about their journey to Norway in May 2015. Take a seat and enjoy the movie too.
Well prepared by their discovery expedition in fall, the splitboard friends of Pogo return to Ushguli in Georgia in February 2014. There's a thin line between fortune and misfortune and unfortunately the wonderdful powder weeks came to a tragic end .
Splitboarding in the Southern Alps. Mike Wigley reports about Club Fields, nutcrackers, why New Zealand has the best hut system of the world and where you could spend the rest of your life riding. Here you learn how to escape from the summer heat of the Northern Hemisphere.
This season, Sicily was the place to be with the best splitboard touring conditions ever in this region. Michele and Matteo had been there and they sent us a great trip report.
The Lofoten are getting more and more popular for Splitboard- and ski touring. Even if the summits are just little beyond the 1000 meter mark, so the terrain is demanding and beautiful above all. Since the touring usually starts at sea level and countless peaks are close to each other, respectable vertical meters sum up.
Romania is blessed with snow and our friends from Splitboard Romania were splitboarding there. A big thank you for the vivid description, the beautiful video and touring tips for this little known area.
More than 20 years of experience in Backcountry Snowboard Guiding - Chamonix Splitboard Guide Neil McNab gives us deep insights into his daily life and great safety information.
Maladeta, a splitboard mission in the spanish Pyrenees. Great Landscape, warm hearted people and fun corn to ride. Spanish version below the article!
The romanian Carpathians, with mountains up to 2544 meters, are still a largely unspoilt terrain. Marius of SplitboardingRomania presents the most interesting touring areas and gives first hints to all prying explorers.
Monte Rosa was our plan, Gran Paradiso under best conditions the experience. Once again, the weather conditions showed us how important proper tour planning and alternative destinations are and how the microclimate can vary in the mountains.