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Sunshine Skiing in the South Tyrol: Val di Fassa

25 April 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.   For parts one & two, […]

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Staying Snug – Top Tips for Keeping Kids Warm & Dry on the Slopes

19 April 2017

Happy children make for a happy skiing holiday, and few things are as likely to ruin your child’s day than being wet, cold and uncomfortable. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of top tips for making sure your kids stay snug and smiley on the slopes.   ICYMI – Check out our other […]

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Our Guide to the Milky Way ski area

4 July 2016

What do you want from your ski holiday? Stunning scenery? Amazing après? Tons of off-piste action? 400km of world-class skiing? If the answer is ‘all of the above’, the Milky Way‘s got you covered. Despite being occasionally (and unfairly) overlooked in favour of some of Western Europe’s better-known ski areas, the Milky Way has been […]

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6 Things You Never Knew You Could Do In Whistler

23 June 2016

There’s some easily found stats floating around about skiing in Whistler – well over 200 runs, an insane amount of bowls, snowfall that equals three double-decker buses stacked on top of each other, and a village which puts the… ‘ray’ into… après? Dig a little deeper though and you’ll find some of the most extreme, […]

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Seven tips to get the best from Borovets

19 February 2016

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While Borovets may not have a reputation as the crème-de-la-crème of ski resorts, it’s certainly not to be discounted: a top-notch beginner resort, Borovets is fantastic value for money and provides simple and straightforward skiing essentials. All of that’s not to say you’ll be roughing it though – If indoor pools and spa centres are […]

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