Tag Archives: ski season

Who needs Glastonbury? Our guide to ski music festivals in resort

28 June 2013

The British music festival is a summer tradition that suffers from a lot of inherent problems. Muddy fields, warm lager in paper cups and the inevitable rain can sometimes ruin the experience of seeing some of your favourite bands or DJs. However, it doesn’t have to be like this. Why freeze to death in a [...]

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World ski & snow report

20 March 2013

This week’s headlines: Late season snowfall Snow returns to the Alps Western Canada – up to 80cm in 75 days Austria There’s been a snow report of up to 75cm of fresh fall from Austria in the past seven days, with the biggest falls from Sunday to Tuesday.  A large number of ski areas received at [...]

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World ski & snow report

15 March 2013

This Week’s Headlines Snow returns to the Pyrenees Snow back in the Alps North America continues its late surge Austria Our snow report kicks off with great news; snow is back in the Austrian Alps and the accumulations are getting bigger. Obertauern, where The Beatles filmed their ski scenes in the movie ‘Help’ nearly 50 [...]

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World ski & snow report

22 February 2013

This Week’s Headlines Niseko, Japan is the snowiest resort in world. Colorado snowiest in US, at last. Nearly 6m (20ft) of snow in the Pyrenees, the world’s deepest snowbase. Engelberg hits 5m base depth – first in the Alps. Austria The snow is starting to fall again in Austria after a fairly dry week which [...]

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World ski & snow report

12 February 2013

The Week’s Headlines Pyrenees now claiming deepest current snow in the world at 5.4m Colorado report fresh snow Greatest snow depth in French Alps as it hits 4m There’s more healthy snowfalls in the Alps – the biggest was 145cm/nearly 5 feet in past 7 days Austria Heavy snow has been reported all across Austria. [...]

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