With great memories of Myoko's powder and Nozawa's heritage we did our first 'twin peaks' tour.
After a quick scouting trip to Myoko Kogen in 2012, it was clear that this town had to play host to the 2013 tour, and it did not disappoint.
2011 saw us back on the main island of Honshu at the collection of mountains known as Hakuba in the Nagano prefecture.
In 2010 a small group of core Discovery Snow Tours fans took a scouting trip to Niseko to see if it lived up to all of the marketing hype.
After an amazing 2007 and 2008 in Furano, we decided to keep chasing the authentic Japanese experience. This lead us to the gorgeous little sleepy hollow of Nozawa Onsen.
We returned to the picturesque city of Furano, Japan in 2008. The snow quality, empty runs, lack of lift queues and friendly local town folk made this a very easy choice for a second year visit.
In 2007, Discovery Snow Tours lead its first trip to Japan and a love affair was instantly born.
Discovery Snow Tours lead a short trip to Perisher, Australia in 2006. This trip was a small group of Discovery fans and it was more just a few days away than a full tour.
In 2005, Discovery Snow Tours trekked back to Queenstown, New Zealand for the third time...
The New Zealand snow party town of Queenstown was again our location in 2004. A planned quick beer after skiing (which turned into several beers and a pizza) lead us to meet some locals...
A return to our home mountain of Mt Hotham, Australia was the tour in 2003. Being like home to both Wayne and Simon, it was fun all round, especially the white-out day.
The inaugural Discovery Snow Tour, literally history in the making, was to Queenstown, New Zealand with just a few skiers.
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