Tag Archives: family skiing

Sunshine Skiing in the South Tyrol – Corvara & Colfosco

23 February 2017

The Dolomiti Superski is one of the biggest ski areas in the world, but with great size, comes great difficulty in finding specific information. To help you get the great Italian ski holiday you want and deserve, here’s the first part in a new series designed to help you deconstruct the Dolomites. Part One: Corvara […]

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Obertauern – The Lowdown

31 January 2017

Obertauern is fairly unique in the world of ski resorts. It’s Austrian – fantastic – it’s high altitude – excellent – and it’s got a snow record that stands among the best in Europe. Interested? Good. Here’s our rundown of why Obertauern’s an absolute beast. Obertauern? More like SNOWbertauern There’s a lot of talk about […]

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Get More Ruhpolding – The Lowdown

23 December 2016

Imagine your perfect ski resort. Is it a high-altitude, ski-in-ski-out resort with access to 500km of piste and a superclub? If so, Ruhpolding’s probably not for you. In and of itself, Ruhpolding’s ski area is a relatively small 22km. It also sits at a fairly low altitude, has a small-ish village centre and doesn’t offer TOO […]

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What’s a ski chalet holiday all about?

27 September 2013

Home comforts are important on holidays, and on active holidays in particular. Mountain ski chalet holidays offer a home away from home – with the added bonus that someone else is doing the cooking and cleaning for you. Whether you are looking for somewhere you can meet the neighbours over tasty home cooked meals, an […]

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Childcare, ski lessons for kids, and more, for getting the best family skiing experience for you

2 August 2013

A new ski season is fast approaching, so maybe it’s time for some fresh family ideas? Helen, our childcare expert at Crystal, covers childcare options, ski lessons for kids and whether Will, Kate and little George would ski with us. The saying may be a little cliché but a great family ski holiday really is different […]

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