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Backcountry Skiing and Snowboarding in Hokkaido

 

Japan is famous for a lot of things. It is a haven for tourists because there are plenty of sights to see and explore, whether man-made or natural. Hokkaido is the northernmost island in Japan that is known for its hot springs, volcanoes, and ski areas. So, if you are looking for adventure on your winter visit, you can explore backcountry skiing and snowboarding.

 

Winter in Hokkaido

 

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Best Slopes in Japan

 

Mt Fuji in Japan covered in snow

 

Guest post by Trekbible

Japan boasts some of the most spectacular powder in the world, making it an exceptional snowboarding destination. With hundreds of slopes from an abundance of resorts and backcountry to choose from, it can be hard figuring out which ones to make mandatory on a trip out east. So, we’ve narrowed down the myriad of monstrous slopes to our favorite, and what we think is the best snowboarding slopes in Japan.

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6 Habits for a Healthy Snow Season

The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a 70% chance of an El Niño pattern winter for the Northern Hemisphere, which could mean a snow season with warmer weather and less power days than we’d like.

When you work hard and play hard, and count on the winter for the lion’s share of your annual income, you can’t afford to have a sick day in the midst of a limited snow season. Especially if you’ve planned ahead for this epic work/holiday! Staying fit and healthy so you can make the most of the season means adopting healthful routines to treat your body right. From diet tips to preventive health measures, here’s 6 ways to ensure you can thrive throughout a season on the slopes.

 

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It will help you work out where to go, sort out housing and find a job that will maximise your skiing time and cashflow.

 

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5 Things You Need To Know Before Planning Your Next Skiing Holiday

 

Guest post by Uni Baggage

When it comes to planning a skiing holiday, there is a great deal to consider, from getting the right clothing and ski kit, to transporting it all to your destination, and perhaps most importantly, choosing the perfect resort to suit your trip. For a first timer, it’s easy for the planning process to quickly become overwhelming, understandably so. Knowing where to start can be a head scratch. So, whether you’re yet to embark on your first skiing holiday or whether you’re eager to plan your next trip, these pointers should help you with the process.

 

Ski Trip

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5 things Every International Student in Canada Should Know About Tax

 

Did you know that Canada welcomes 300,000 international students across its borders every year? It’s true! And it’s really easy to see why Canada is so popular with travelling students.

The North American nation is known for its high-quality education offering, its stunning destinations, and for being an open-minded country.

With this in mind, if you’re an international student in Canada it’s likely that tax will be the last thing you’ll want to think about – especially if your home country doesn’t have an automatic tax filing requirement. You’d likely rather be spending time exploring your new city, socialising and making friends (and studying of course!).

5 things Every International Student in Canada Should Know About Tax

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