British snowboarder Billy Morgan has landed the sport’s first ever 1800 quadruple cork.
In recent years, Scotland's most popular ski resort has seen great snow conditions, better pistes and a new snowpark, but is the Cairngorm Mountain Resort a genuine alternative to the Alps?
Fresh from the slopes, we're sipping a Valentin Vignot chablis and nibbling canapés as we gather around the kitchen to watch Peggy kneading a big splodge of wholemeal dough.
A group of eight snowboarders, we wedged our boards and bags into a van in Belgrade last winter and set off on a two-week, 2,000km road trip around Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Thanks to its proximity to Geneva airport, snowboard-friendly pistes and parks, and less obscene drink pricing than many other resorts, Morzine has more independent chalets than most resorts.
Today, snowboarders are such a ubiquitous sight on the slopes, it's hard to imagine there was ever a time when they were universally banned, not to mention ridiculed as renegade punks who wore too much fluoro.