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ISO Second hand splitboard set up 156-158cm

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hey there all,

new to the UK skiing and snowboarding scene. spent the last fe years in Canada and Austria however this year I will be working in Scotland. I got rid of my spilt board before I left Canada and now that I am hearing more about ski touring in Scotland it has got me interested in getting another to at least get in the mountains when I can.

I am looking for second hand kit as I'm not sure how much time I will actually get in the back country this season but want a set up to have the option if I want or have the opportunity.

Looking for a board about 156-158cm a set up with skins and bindings would be great but also looking for the bits individually.

Hope someone can help
- Jack
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
When there is good (and enough) snow it can be nice, though often the snow is too thin or boiler plate due to winds. Over the back of Aviemore there are some good off piste lift accessed slopes (walking back up) and similarly off the back of Anach Mor (also called Nevis Range- see photo over the back) which occasionally has a lift running. Longer day tours are available (I have done 2) climbing up and skiing down (not to the same point, but you could, I suppose), and there are probably bothies to stay the night away, though I've never done that.
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