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September is the perfect month for a bike holiday in the spectacular UNESCO World Natural Heritage Dolomite mountains. Whether you are an MTB fan or a road cyclist, Cortina d’Ampezzo offers a fabulous blend of scenic trails, legendary mountain passes and u
Ski-write · 7 days ago

Written By Hazel Butterfield This was my first time in Val Gardena but I'm certain it wont be the last. With 300 days a year of sunshine, happy and helpful locals, the most incredible food, activities for all requirements and abilities. Oh and the scenery,
VinceTheSnowVole · 46 days ago

Chef Simon Hulstone is heading to the Alps to dish up a high altitude culinary treat for holidaymakers this summer. He is one of the UK’s most decorated chefs and with wife Katy runs the Michelin-starred south coast restaurant of The Elephant. Simon has be
Ski-write · 63 days ago

Written By Hazel Butterfield Yes, the skiing is amazing. The variety of non-ski/board winter activities are quite frankly, excellent. But the creative little so and so's in Ischgl don't relax for the summer, they do this... Brace yourself. After smashing t
VinceTheSnowVole · 138 days ago

Written By Hazel Butterfield When I was asked to check out what this resort has to offer, I popped over for a few (extremely packed) days and experienced as much as we could squeeze into our schedule. I see every trip as a potential experience, to find som
VinceTheSnowVole · 140 days ago

For alpine ski-racing purposes, the USA is divided into three "regions": Western, Eastern, and Rocky/Central. The Rocky/Central Championships, held recently at Vail / Beaver Creek, are contested by the best 14 and 15 year olds from Arizona, Colorado, Illin
MartinBell · 155 days ago

If you’ve got little ones in your family and you want to start them on their first steps into skiing, we understand that you need to ensure you choose a suitable resort. Things that you may need to consider are child- friendly accommodation and whether you
AlpineAnswers · 211 days ago

Top 5 resorts for late season skiing Posted on January 12, 2017 by Amanda Church Skiing late in the season can really have its advantages – longer days, warmer climes and some of the best snow conditions! However, not all resorts are suitable for late ski
AlpineAnswers · 219 days ago

How ski resorts celebrate Christmas and New Year Posted on December 14, 2016 by Sam Dobson There is nothing like spending Christmas and New Year in a ski resort, particularly as many ski resorts put on some fantastic festive events for all tastes and ages
AlpineAnswers · 252 days ago

IS THERE ANY SNOW??? There have been a lot of negative reports that there is a lack of snow in Europe at the moment. While we agree there is little snow to be had at levels below 2,000m, there is still skiing to be had higher up, plus many resorts are full
AlpineAnswers · 259 days ago
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