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Retro Winter Sports 1986 v1.03 APK

Do you remember the good old home computer sports games? Retro Winter Sports 1986 Relive your youth in this beautiful pixelated remake of the evergreens. Participate in the 1986 winter sports tournament and compete against other world-class athletes...
by APKMANIA Full on Dec 15, 2016

Retro Winter Sports 1986 v1.03 Apk

Download>> Retro Winter Sports 1986 v1.03 Apk | 44 MB | Resumable Links | Requires :Android 2.3 and up | Do you remember the good old home computer sports games? Retro Winter Sports 1986 What’s in this version : Fixe...
by APK Mirror Full on Dec 15, 2016

Ski Area Management .

Buy –Edited for the North American Ski Resort Industry. Published bimonthly, it covers technical engineering data lifts, snowmaking, oversnow vehicles; also market and research data; plus material on the many component disciplines involved, such as...
by Sports items of great need on Aug 21, 2016

Good Blogs to Read: The Travel Tester Favourites February 2016

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked good blogs to read in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world. Tune in every last day of the Month so you don’t miss the best travel...
by The Travel Tester on Mar 1, 2016

Skiing: Frequently Asked Questions

As a diehard skier trying to spend every day that I can on the slopes, I get a lot of questions. When it’s chilly out, I can never complain because people always ask “You’re a skier, don’t you like being cold?” So I thought I’d do a littl...
by Trails Trees and Skis on Feb 18, 2016

Top Travel Blog Articles: The Travel Tester Favourites January 2016

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked top travel blogs in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world. Tune in every last day of the Month so you don’t miss the best travel ti...
by The Travel Tester on Jan 30, 2016

Travel to Seinäjoki Finland for Silence and Energizing Nature – Especially in Winter!

Greetings from Seinäjoki in the Southern Ostrobothnia region of Finland! This year marks the 10th year of my (solo) travel and travel blogging existence! Can you believe that? Ah, I’m getting old now. In 2006, I set out on my own.....
by The Travel Tester on Jan 25, 2016

Extreme Sports Are Changing Lives

Stumbled upon this fantastic article about Paralympians starting an adventure camp for people with disabilities.  A lot of people experience the world in a different way, and extreme outdoor sports haven’t always been the most accessible to them.
by Trails Trees and Skis on Dec 15, 2015

Food Essentials for a Ski Day

When it’s been a long day on the slopes, my legs are beat and I am starving, because I like to ski through lunch and sometimes I forget to eat it altogether. So some of my essentials are: Thermos full of coffee and a big breakfast to start the day...
by Trails Trees and Skis on Dec 11, 2015

3 Things to Think about When Buying Skis

Terrain If you are into groomers, go ahead and get a nice carver that will rip down a steep face. But if you like to venture into the backcountry, you will find the narrow underfoot a little unstable. Think about your favorite terrain, and whether or...
by Trails Trees and Skis on Dec 3, 2015

A Darker Side of Skiing

I found this article from a little while back and thought it needed to be shared. Nothing beats the quiet of backcountry skiing when it is just you, the mountain and the trees. However, this is some seriously upsetting news. Skiers should be trying t...
by Trails Trees and Skis on Dec 2, 2015

Best Kept Secrets

Planning a ski trip, but not sure where to go? The popular resorts get too crowded for you, or you are just ready to experience a new kind of skiing? Check out this list of the Best Secret Ski Towns in North America. Whether it’s a family trip or s...
by Trails Trees and Skis on Nov 23, 2015

I’ll Stay Inside if I Have To…

The outdoors is where I’d spend all my time if I could. Mountain biking, hiking, skiing, anything to get my daily dose of adrenaline. But when the snow is blowing so hard I can’t see my car in the driveway, I let mother nature win. If I can’t m...
by Trails Trees and Skis on Nov 17, 2015

Best Ski Vacations

Why Not Go Skiing? You don’t have to be a snow bunny to love taking a ski vacation. In fact, there are quite a few people that love lazing on the beach in the summer and tearing up the slopes in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Nov 5, 2015

Succiso, the village that refuses to die

How a village in the Parco Nazionale dell’Appennino Tosco Emiliano is thriving, thanks to volunteers. The full version of this article appears on Ciao Lunigiana - Slow travel in Lunigiana, Northern Tuscany.
by Ciao Lunigiana on Aug 21, 2015

VIDEO: Hovercraft ride on an icy river

From ice fishing to ice rescues to winter recreation, the Neoteric hovercraft is a one-of-a-kind ice vehicle. Ride along with Neoteric president Chris Fitzgerald on the icy Wabash River and see why ice is no obstacle for a HoverTrek™ ...Watch...
by Neoteric Hovercraft Blog on Mar 8, 2015

Ski Area Management .

Buy –Edited for the North American Ski Resort Industry. Published bimonthly, it covers technical engineering data lifts, snowmaking, oversnow vehicles; also market and research data; plus material on the many component disciplines involved, such as...
by Sports items of great need on Feb 16, 2015

Ski Area Management

Buy –Edited for the North American Ski Resort Industry. Published bimonthly, it covers technical engineering data lifts, snowmaking, oversnow vehicles; also market and research data; plus material on the many component disciplines involved, such as...
by Sports items of great need on Feb 16, 2015

How to Snowshoe in Quebec, Canada? Take a Fireman Tour!

As The Travel Tester, I love to try out products, accommodation, tours and activities all around the world! To give you the best advice on whether you should use them as well, I’ve created a short test report. Not only... You just...
by The Travel Tester on Jan 26, 2015

Hannes Reichelt returns to Hahnenkamm a year after career-threatening injury

Hannes Reichelt is seeking his second successive Hahnenkamm downhill victory on Saturday after recovering from a career-threatening injury. Reichelt, 34, triumphed on the Streif course, in his home country, despite suffering a herniated disk in his b...
by Tibs News on Jan 23, 2015


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