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The best snowboarding blogs

Want to know what’s happening on the slopes, you read snowboard blogs. Looking for advice on where to go this winter, snowboard blogs can help. What’s the best new iPhone snowboarding app? Check out a snowboarder’s blog.

Ski Buzz likes to keep you in the know with all things to do with snowboarding. However, we’re happy to admit there are other snowboard blogs that also do a good job. Maybe not as good as us but these guys are still worth a look…

Powderroom is a ‘global online magazine and community for women who snowboard.’ Sums it up really. It’s been going for a good few years now and has built a loyal fanbase of female snowboarders. Powderroom has a whole host of news, reviews and interviews to keep you entertained. Don’t forget, it’s not for boys.

If you’ve ever looked for a snowboarding blog, you might have come across this one from North East England. For a personal blog, afterbang is regularly updated and has plenty of excellent equipment and resort reviews. You can also check out shed loads of pictures and afterbang’s soundtracks for the slopes. Definitely worth a look.

Although this site features running, mountain biking and other extreme sports – Hitting Kickers is primarily a decent snowboarding blog. Posts aren’t as frequent as they used to be, but, Kickers has a fantastic archive of reviews, guides and reports to peruse. Check this blog out because it’s a great source of snowboarding info. More regular posts would be welcome.

Tailfish started life as the spin-off/progression of a previous snow blog by snowboarder Kat Miller – Plastic Snow. Tailfish provides the same photos, news and reviews as its predecessor but in a much better, more readable format. Check out the Tailfish tweets to get even more regular updates of what Kat’s been up to.

So, there you go. Just a few of the snowboarding blogs that we like to read. If we’ve missed any out (Ski Buzz excepted), let us know and we might even add them in. After checking them out ourselves of course.

See ya on the slopes…

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