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?
How to benefit from the Australian Ski Market
Following on from our post Top 20 Highest Traffic Snowsport Websites in UK we thought we’d flip the hemisphere and check out what sites are top Down Under plus the Australian ski market is big and understanding how to rank for your search terms there is important. Not selling enough “ski jackets online” to the British market… Continue reading How to benefit from the Australian Ski Market
10 Tips and Tricks to Have an Impeccable Ski Weekend This Winter
Busy work schedules this ski season? A ski weekend – or a mid-week short break – is a great way to squeeze extra slope time out. Maximizing time on snow with the least time out of the office is the name of the game (unless your office is the mountain). If you plan it right,… Continue reading 10 Tips and Tricks to Have an Impeccable Ski Weekend This Winter
Top 10 Child Friendly Ski Resorts in Europe
Europe is fantastic for skiing, with plenty of opportunities for both beginners and experts to fill their days with skiing and exploring. Plus, the picturesque villages and friendly atmospheres of the resorts and surrounding areas all add to the holiday experience. Taking the family skiing is such a fantastic way to spend your holiday, whether… Continue reading Top 10 Child Friendly Ski Resorts in Europe