Siberia is the place to be!

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Who would have thought that in an unusual warm November you would be able to find fresh powder snow and low temperatures?

Well, if you were thinking Russia, then yes! Siberia is the place to be, where the fresh pow can be found. From 24th November till 4th December 2019 we went to a magical remote place near Baikal Lake where conditions were perfect:

❄Average temperatures of -15 degrees Celsius
✔Perfect pow snow
✔RAMG local guides
✔A Russian chef preparing the best local dishes
✔No phone coverage to reduce outside distractions

Having checked everything on our wishlist, we can say that this Siberia trip was truly a #massifexperience. RAMG local guides delivered the most amazing powered lines we ever rode, showing us what Siberia has to offer: beautiful landscapes and perfect winter conditions. Even though it was a discovery trip for us as well, as it was our first trip to Russia, we plan to return next year. So save the date! Free at least 10 days from your calendar for the end of November 2020 to be able to join us in a new awesome experience in Siberia.

If you cannot wait till then you can join us on our next trip abroad, in Georgia where a RAMG guide (Russian Mountain Guide Association) will accompany us showing us some local gems. More details about this can be found on our new website ( soon.
All the best and may the new winter season be good and bountiful!

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