2015’s James Bond feature, SPECTRE, is the first Daniel Craig Bond film to feature skiing, but the sport has previously been the focus of cool chases in five other 007 movies:
“The Spy Who Loved Me” (1977). James Bond (Roger Moore) is chased by skiing Soviet agents in the Austrian Alps near Berngarten and escapes by jumping over a cliff, jettisoning his skis and releasing his famous Union Jack parachute.
“The World Is Not Enough” (1999). James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) is inspecting a gas line on skis in the Caucasus Mountains with the beautiful Elektra King when they are ambushed by flying hit man in paraglider snowmobiles.
“On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” (1969). James Bond (George Lazenby) escapes Blomfeld’s lair by ski and is pursued by henchman. After a crash, he continues on just one ski, making to the Swiss town of Lauterbrunnen.
“For Your Eyes Only” (1981). James Bond (Roger Moore) is chased by motorcyclists while on skis and escapes down a toboggan run.
“A View To A Kill” (1989). James Bond (Timothy Dalton) makes it across the Iron Curtain border crossing riding a cello case pursued by skiers.
“A View To A Kill” (1989). James Bond (Timothy Dalton) makes off on an improvised snowboard when his snowmobile crashes, eluding pursuers on skis and in a helicopter.