Eliot Prince

Eliot Prince

Eliot can’t bare being anywhere else but on the snow when the lifts start whirring every winter, in fact summer is a scary prospect. First taught to ski by a Swiss farmer, he has gone on to work ski seasons in Europe and New Zealand. Despite living in constant winter for a while, making beds, pouring pints and fitting ski boots still meant missing powder days. Now combining industry expertise and journalism training he produces content for ski companies all over the world; never missing the opportunity for fresh tracks. You will always find him in a mountainous area come winter.

Snowboxx NZ Down Under In 2019 I can’t tell you the exact time but it was deep into the night as a bellow of fire raged into the dark sky and snow fell all around. The white landscape now seared in green and people all around howling with excitement. No this…
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Alternative Queenstown travel guide
We all know that Queenstown brands itself ‘The Adventure Capital of the World’. There’s a non-stop list of adrenaline punching activities to do from bungee jumping to jet boating. In fact, you could engage in activities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for 3 months and still not…
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Best bars in Brighton, BYOC Brighton, UK
Where Are the Best Bars in Brighton? Brighton has long been known as one of the U.K’s more alternative cities intermingling a unique blend of kooky off the wall ambience, labyrinths of small streets and iconic beach landmarks. You’re guaranteed to stumble upon some interesting bars in Brighton as you…
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things to do in queenstown this winter
What are the best things to do in Queenstown? Queenstown on the south island of New Zealand is one of the first words inked into travellers bucket list and dubbed as the 'Adventure Capital of the World'. The town buzzes with energy throughout the year combining adrenaline punching activities with all…
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Rad Season reading book list
What to read to get you through the season? While daydreaming on a high-speed train the other day I was suddenly dumped back in the real world as we clunked through a tunnel. I chuckled noticing the lad opposite me loose connection on his smartphone. Quite overzealous frustration at that,…
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pre-season blues warming up to snow
Keen ski trippers will be getting nervous, especially the first-week chancers who are playing a game of chicken with the weather this year. A snowless ski holiday is, well, game over. For those in resort preparing for the season at least have the comfort of knowing the white stuff will…
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Rise Festival preview lineup with Spongebob
Rise Festival approaches. There is an old forgotten phrase, lost in the relentless turns of time. Words uttered in the ever long search for good times but now consigned to the depths as winter grows before our eyes. The cold winds are starting to blow and a storm creeps upon…
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Train for a tough mudder wall climb
What you need to know to train for your first Tough Mudder Tough Mudder, it will be fun they said, it’s just a friendly obstacle course. What could go wrong? The immortal words put to you as you on signing up for the world famous endurance event. And it is, all…
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Chasing Snow- Could You Survive in Constant Winter?
Endless Winter It is a powerful thing to follow your passion. You find, in any area of life, having complete dedication to something, whether it’s your work, your hobbies or the people around you, sacrifices are required. For a skier chasing the snow, there is a sacrifice that many people…
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