Last 5 articles by Danielle

17 October from Danielle in 'Events'' | 0

One of the best parts about the skiing pre-season is the chance to get your stoke on with ski films and ski talk with a group of like-minded skiers and snowboaders. And that's exactly what the Winter Opener is: basically an excuse to drool over sick ski films and socialise with other avid skiers and boarders who also can't wait for ski season. Are you in? Read more ›

16 October from Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Believe it or not, summer is a busy time for many ski resorts. Even when the Alps aren't covered in snow, there is plenty to do: lifts, piste bashers, and snow cannons must all be inspected and fixed where necessary, and preparations must be made for the upcoming ski season. Some ski resorts take advantage of the ski pistes being closed to instal new lifts! Here you'll find a quick overview of the major new lifts that will be inaugurated for the 2019/20 ski season. Read more ›

15 October from Danielle in 'Competition'' | 0

Not long now til the start of the 2019-20 ski season - and it's the perfect time to enter a contest! We've teamed up with our partner Sunweb to offer you a fantastic start to the ski season. All you have to do is fill out a quick form and give the correct answer to a question and you'll be entered to win a 5-day ski holiday for 2 people at the Vaya Resort in Galtür (Paznauntal)! The prize includes accommodation and a 4-day ski pass for both people. Keep reading for more details! Read more ›

13 October from Danielle in 'General'' | 0

Ski pass prices in the Alps are continuing to climb steeper, with an average increase of 4% in the most popular resorts this season. This means a 6-day ski pass in high season will cost you an average of £9.36 more than last season. It's becoming all too common to fork out more than £260 for a week of skiing. In this article we'll give a rundown of how ski pass prices have changed in the 2019-2020 ski season and provide data for some of the biggest resorts in the Alps. Read more ›

12 October from Danielle in 'Destinations'' | 0

There's nothing more heartbreaking than arriving at your long-awaited ski holiday only to find brown hills and a couple of cows grazing! When you've scheduled holiday time, invested money and spent hours researching your ski area and accommodation, the last thing you want is a ski area with unreliable snow cover. The good news is that you don't have to be completely at the mercy of the elements this year. Switzerland is known for its especially high-altitude ski areas and the following ski areas have a decent track record. Unless something goes very wrong, these Swiss ski areas should have guaranteed snow for your holiday. Read more ›

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