There was a time when a luxury ski chalet meant you just had your own en suite bathroom. Now, the retractable glass sky ceiling’s the limit. Luxury catered ski chalets worth millions of euros in the Alps are available for your stay along with a full team of staff including butler, Michelin star trained chef,… Continue reading Luxury Ski Chalets
When does Ski Sunday Start in 2022? Ski Sunday usually runs from December through to March. Ski Sunday in 2022 will likely be back on our screens from mid-December. The BBC Ski Sunday hosts are ex-professional skier Graham Bell and snowboarder and excellent ski industry broadcaster Ed Leigh. Here is the intro:
Whether you have just booked your first ski holiday or you’re about to embark on your 3rd adventure of the ski season, here are 5 top tips to help you avoid having a troublesome transfer day and to make the most of your week away in the snow. The start of a ski holiday can… Continue reading Top Tips for Travelling to the Slopes
Perfectly situated in the heart of the largest linked ski area in the world, Meribel is a fascinating ski resort for all. It is one of the most attractive spots in the French Alps with its tree lined pistes and traditional alpine style buildings, and a popular ski destinations that families and groups return to… Continue reading Insiders Guide to Meribel
Revelstoke is famous as the North American resort for serious skiers. Boasting the longest lift-served continuous vertical drop in North America, it holds nothing but adventure for the seasoned skier. We all know about the excellent variety of slopes, but few know that it’s also a great destination for families with kids of all ages… Continue reading Revelstoke Is Fun For All The Family
Whether you’re bored of your regular ski haunts, or you just want an excuse to leave your beginner friends behind, here are 5 of the best ski resorts that only an expert will truly appreciate. Chamonix (France) As one of Europe’s oldest and most popular ski resorts, Chamonix is an absolute must ski for anyone… Continue reading Top 5 Ski Resorts For The Advanced Solo Skier
We all dream of getting paid to do something we love, unfortunately though, not everyone is cut out to be a ski instructor. There are however a few jobs that are a well within your reach and can certainly help in your search for that all important season pass. The hours are long and you… Continue reading Ski resort jobs – for the love not the money
I’m sure you’ve guessed by now that we believe there’s nothing better than a bit of the Alpine outdoors. Combine that with some white knuckle courses (and one tour) and you’ve got nothing less than a match made in heaven. Alpine Sport Climbing Course – Malaysia The first mountaineering training center in South East Asia,… Continue reading 5 Alpine Courses To Make You Feel Alive
Lana & Stefan over at Marmota Maps create the most beautiful graphical representations of ski areas and piste maps. The first one I received is an entire map of the Alpes which I have as a backdrop behind my iMac in my home office – it’s great to look at how large the area is and how… Continue reading The Ultimate Christmas Present for Skiers?
I twice considered becoming a ski instructor, once pre university with Ski Le Gap and once when doing a season in Whistler, Canada. The thing with getting a Canadian CSIA qualification which a company such as Basecamp is that it’s relatively easy and inexpensive to get but it won’t allow you to work for a ski school… Continue reading Who wants to be a ski instructor?