Read exciting travel reports live from the resorts, news and tips for preparing ski holidays and special weather and snow reports in the Snowplaza ski blog. The Snowplaza team reports regularly from the mountains and keeps you informed about the latest trends in skiing and snowboarding. In addition, you will find tips and news about interesting new products; skis, snowboards, gadgets, clothing and equipment as well as advice and ideas for your next ski holidays.
Every skier or snowboarder knows that moment: you've finally arrived at the ticket window, fresh-faced and eager to start your ski day... and your heart plunges when you see the price of the lift pass. If you’re going to offer up an arm, a leg and your first-born child for the sake of a day of skiing, then you want it to be worth your while! By comparing the kilometres of pistes you’ll have access to with your ski pass, you can make sure you get the best deal for you and your family. It goes ... Read more ›
If you feel freezing while skiing, you’re not wearing the right ski wear. If you’re clothing is soaking wet on the inside at the end of a day’s skiing, you’re also wearing the wrong ski wear. If looking trendy is priority number 1, then you’re probably wearing the wrong ski wear too! If you fall into any of these categories, then you should definitely read our buyer's guide to ski wear. Ten tips on what’s important when buying ski jackets, ski pants, gloves and thermal underwear with information... Read more ›
Shocking pink and green, camouflage prints and bold floral patterns are what you will see in the ski shop windows this year. However, you’ve surely noticed that not everyone dresses in the latest fashion. My father still skis and until recently sported tight navy blue racing ski pants that Italian ski instructors were wearing some 30 years ago. These tight-fitting ski trousers and jackets and all-in-one ski suits with padded shoulders are now so outdated that they are almost back in fashion agai... Read more ›
The winter sports season is now in full swing, and with it comes the yearly debate; should skiers be forced to wear helmets?
Every year thousands of people head for ski resorts around the world, to indulge their passion for skiing and snowboarding. Interestingly, many snowboarders do wear helmets, maybe because it is part of the snowboarder ‘look’ or apparel, maybe because they tend to take part in more jumps and stunts, or maybe just because they are sensible. ... Read more ›
Does this question cross your mind every year when booking your ski holiday? There is no right answer as, to be honest, both options have advantages and disadvantages. The choice depends on how often you ski, your level and style of skiing and of course; your mode of transport, etc... We’ve put together a list of pros and cons to help you decide…... Read more ›
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