Ski & Snow

Addicted to the best kind of powder, there’s not many places Rachael hasn’t skied in her life as a snow travel journalist and it shows.

From heli skiing to cat skiing, backcountry huts, apres ski parties, altitude spas and the like. She’s skied with and interviewed famous skiers and boarders Torah Bright, Chris Davenport, Shane McConkey, Mike Douglas, Anna Segal, Russ Henshaw, Byron and Jossi Wells, the Kuzma sisters and more.

With over two thousand articles published on the world of skiing and snowboarding in publications as far and wide as ESPN Freeskiing, Harpers Bazaar, Grazia, Holidays for Couples, Bride To Be, Chill Factor, Powderhound, Action Asia, South China Morning Post, Sun Herald, Australian Financial Review Life & Leisure, Executive Style, Emirates Open Skies, Jetstar Magazine, Virgin Australia Voyeur Magazine and more.

She is the resident snow blogger for Fairfax Traveller with her Snow It All blog on the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age (the leading news publisher snow blog in Australia).

Rachael has also been the Southern Hemisphere editor for Onthesnow.com, series producer for Generation Snow television specials, columnist for Mountainwatch.com, Sochi Winter Olympics reporter for GrandStand on the ABC, snow reporter for 2GB with Alan Jones.

She is also the name behind Australia’s leading independent snow blog, SnowsBest.com and posts snow related features there daily.

Click on the images below for a taste of Rachael’s vast ski editorial portfolio.

 

Links for more snow stories

ESPN Janina Kuzma and Anna Segal heli skiing in New Zealand

Torah Bright 2.0

ESPN Snow Park is a riders paradise

ESPN Byron Wells gets his heli pilot license

SCMP a love triangle with Elle Macpherson in Aspen

Traveller: How and where to ski 365 days a year

Executive Style snow gadgets

Mountainwatch.com Cat Skiing with an Olympian

Traveller heli skiing in Canada

Powderhound: Cat skiing vs Heli skiing, who wins?

The best of Australian skiing

Style on the snow

Traveller: Treble Cone, big mountain

Traveller: New Zealand’s best off piste offerings

China, emerging ski market