Snow & Rock cater for a wide variety of outdoor pursuits ranging from skiing and snow boarding to mountaineering and trekking equipment. All major clothing brands are sold (including children's wear) alongside the necessary equipment, depending on the season.
This is the best place in London to come for all your outdoor gear needs. Set over 4 or 5 floors there is dedicated floor space to everything you will need for sports ranging from skiing to high altitude mountaineering. For me, nowhere in London has anything like its selection.
The only real downside is that all the gear is skewed towards higher end products which is fine if you want to...more
Since my climbing partner and I have started nursing fantasies about climbing Kilimanjaro, I've been getting the feeling that I'm going to know this shop very well indeed. I was here, not for the coffee shop at the top of the building (which I hear is exemplary) but to mooch around and work out what gear I would need as a result of making such a derranged decision (I have no excuse folks. I...more
I'm extremely lazy and won't be doing any skiing, snowboarding, or hiking any time soon, so you may be wondering what on earth I'd be doing in a branch of Snow+Rock.
Well, I'd be drinking coffee.
I have no idea what this coffee shop (called Bullet) is doing on the fourth floor of Covent Garden's branch of Snow+Rock (apparently it's their flagship store), but it's doing it very well. They...more
I love this particular Snow and Rock branch. This is probably the one with the largest variety in London. The staffs are very helpful if you need advice from them. I usually shop for my snowboard gears in here as you can try them, feel them, test them out before making decisions really these gears are not the cheapest items in the world and need a little fortune to buy them so be sure is...more
I like Snow and Rock, and their products are great. The staff really know their stuff, and the quality of their gear is reliable.
Although I went into this branch with my boyfriend to buy some hiking boots, and the boots expert was called over a young guy who clearly felt he was some kind of footware genius. To his credit, he knew what he was talking about, but what really irked me was the...more