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VISTA CIRCLES IN THE SKY
VISTA CIRCLES IN THE SKY This unique resort in the Swiss Alps offers an inspiring blend of nature and luxury If you seek a snowbound destination with a difference this winter, the Whitepod Hotel should be high on your list. Set 1,400 metres above sea level in the village of Les Cerniers, at the foot of the Swiss Alps’ Dents-du-Midi mountain range, this luxury alpine resort is ZRQGHUIXOO\XQXVXDO
VISTA WATCHING THE TRAILER For generations of travellers, explorers and those seeking a life far away from the norm, the classic Airstream ‘silver bullet’ travel trailer has been synonymous with the freedom of the open road. But if the traditional multiaxle Airstream seems daunting, help has been towed into view. The company has relaunched its Bambi model as a separate ‘diffusion line’ of compact, easy-to-tow trailers for the modern adventurer. The Bambi earned its cute name while on the celebrated 1959 Cape Town to Cairo caravan trip led by Airstream founder Wally Byam. While it may lack the larger dimensions of its super-siblings, it packs just as much ‘cool’ factor. Considerably more manageable – especially for those new to towing – than the ten-metre-long Classic Airstream trailer, the delightfully retro single-axle Bambi models are light, nimble and available in a choice of four layouts ranging IURPƓYHWRQHDUO\VHYHQPHWUHV(DFKRQHVOHHSVIRXU and comes with a dedicated sleeping space, a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom. The Bambi may be small, but it’s perfect for big adventures. airstream.com The lightweight Bambi is the new baby of the Airstream range The Bambi: micro luxury on the move Winter activities at Whitepod include guided hiking and paragliding 23
Land Rover Magazine showcases stories from around the world that celebrate inner strength and the drive to go Above and Beyond.
In this issue, New Defender is put through its paces by two inspirational young adventurers as they prepare for an expedition to the South Pole. We also celebrate 50 years of Range Rover by taking a journey of discovery to Dubai. As well as looking back, we look to future as a group of visionaries explain the technologies that could change the future for all of us.