Last 5 articles by Danielle

5 December from Danielle in 'Destinations''

With 270 kilometres of pistes, the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is one of the largest linked ski areas in Austria. This makes it the ideal destination for a ski holiday with the family, whether it’s young kids just taking their first ski lessons or confident teens who can’t wait to show off their skills in the snow park. At the Skicircus you’ll find English-speaking ski instructors, specialised kids’ skiing zones, snow parks and ski circuits where almost every level of skier or snowboarder can challenge themselves. Off the pistes you’ll also find no shortage of fun activities to keep the whole family entertained. Following are some of our recommendations for family ski holidays at the Skicircus. [CUSTOM-HTML:1] Read more ›

28 November from Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Ski holidays and eating are inextricably linked in our books - what's a ski holiday in Austria without kaiserschmarrn, or a ski holiday in the Swiss Alps without fondue? At the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn there is no shortage of local specialties to try, from a nice hot bowl of goulash soup in the evening to a hearty wiener schnitzel with chips for lunch. If you were looking for authentic Austrian mountain food, you've come to the right place! In the Skicircus you'll find countless mountain restaurants, from shiny and modern to rustic and traditional. Here are some of our favourite dishes that you can't miss next time you're there! Read more ›

16 November from Danielle in 'Ski areas''

The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is one of the largest and most popular ski areas in Austria, attracting thousands of skiers and snowboarders every winter. The Skicircus is known for its endless slopes, lovely villages and fantastic off-slope. In this article we've outlined some of the most interesting facts and figures about this enormous linked ski area. Read more ›

19 October from Danielle in 'Tips''

So, you hit the jackpot and found a budget flight straight to the heart of the Alps. You were thinking ahead, so you’ve already booked an affordable hotel and looked into lift passes. Looks like your relatively cheap holiday in the Alps is all lined up! Or is it? Sorry, EasyJet, did you say ONE carry-on bag? As in… no personal items? With fees for sports equipment starting at £35, it’s worth thinking hard about what items you absolutely need to take, and which ones might be better to rent. Here are Snowplaza’s tips for packing for a budget flight to the Alps. Read more ›

14 October from Danielle in 'General''

There’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than by gloating over the misfortunes of others. And while après-ski can be a nice time to wind down with friends after a day of skiing, it also provides some of the best opportunities for making a fool of yourself in public. Pick a bar, take an apérol spritz and wash it down with some mulled wine and a few pints, add some classic après-ski music and you’ve all the makings of your very own viral Youtube clip! Read more ›