Last 5 articles by Danielle

22 May from Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Are you suffering from cold feet? (no, we don’t mean that kind!) Tired of being covered in bruises after a day of snowboarding? Panicking about how to hide the scratch you made on the brand-new car as you were clumsily hoisting your skis off the roof rack? You might want to check out a few of these awesome new ski and snowboard gadgets in the upcoming 2017/2018 ski season. Hardcore athletes and pleasure skiers alike will appreciate the thought and effort that the inventors put into these technological marvels, just so that our lives could be that much better out on the slopes! Read more ›

15 May from Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Has the thought of taking a ski holiday in the summer ever crossed your mind? Now that it’s so late in the season and closing festivals are being advertised across the Alps, you probably think there are only a few more weeks of skiing left. But surprisingly, there is more than one ski area that stays open well into June and sometimes even all year long! If you’ve never experienced the thrill of glacier skiing under the summer sun, this is definitely the year to give it a try. Here are 8 resorts that will cure those summer blues… Don’t give up on the ski season just yet! Read more ›

28 April from Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Winter isn’t over! It seems that Mother Nature didn’t get the memo about it being spring, but you won’t hear us complaining! Ski resorts in Austria and Switzerland are preparing for round two of ski season after a dump of fresh powder on Thursday and even more expected over the next week. It’s pretty safe to say a lot of the powder should still be there, thanks to empty springtime slopes and silly people who think it’s summer. Here are a few photos to get you back in the mood for winter sports. Grab your ski gear and book a holiday quickly to take advantage of the fresh pow! Read more ›

20 April from Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

This delicious dessert is a classic après-ski favourite. The word “strudel” means “whirlpool” in German, an apt name for the tasty explosion of buttery layers of dough mixed with the sweet tang of fresh apples. Originally from the 1600’s, it’s no wonder this dish has stood the test of time. After a morning on the slopes, it’s hard to resist partaking in a warm slice of homemade apple strudel topped off with a dollop of ice cream. Learn how to make your own and bring this traditional Austrian dessert home with you after your next ski holiday! Read more ›

19 April from Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

End-of-season festivals, spring skiing in the sunshine, summer hiking trails opening soon… it’s hard to believe another ski season is coming to an end! Well, maybe that’s because it’s not. The Alps are great, but you can have (almost) just as much fun shredding the slopes at an indoor ski hall right in your own backyard. From Glasgow to Tamworth, these 5 indoor ski halls in the UK have real snow and even moguls and snow parks. And the good news is they’re open all year, so you can practise your skills all summer long and start next year’s ski season in top form! Read more ›

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