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How much is enough snow?

7 March 2016

How much is enough snow?

It’s the million dollar question. “What’s the snow like?” Do you play the risky game of ‘ski-holiday-chicken’,

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Fresh snow in St Anton – video

29 November 2012

Fresh snow has been falling in St Anton in the last 24 hours – this video was posted on St Anton Facebook page a few hours ago: St Anton officially opens for the season in a week’s time on 6 December, so Mother Nature has delivered this dump of the white stuff at a perfect […]

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Late season skiing; France’s best glacier resorts

28 March 2012

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Late season skiing; France’s best glacier resorts

It may be unseasonably warm in the UK this week, but even as the temperatures rise in Europe, there is still some great skiing on offer for those who know where to look. The majority of France’s ski resorts stay open until after the Easter break, and with record-breaking

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4 tips for late season skiing in Austria

19 March 2012

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4 tips for late season skiing in Austria

As the sun shines for longer each day, even with warmth at times, many people’s thoughts will turn from the wintry slopes to the summer. It’s not time to pack away the ski gear just yet though, as late season skiing brings not only warmer weather, but also quieter slopes and lower prices. Austria still […]

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‘The best snow for 10 years’ – the insider resort & ski guide to Borovets

2 February 2012

‘The best snow for 10 years’ – the insider resort & ski guide to Borovets

It’s on the news, it’s on the radio and it’s in the papers. It’s confirmed – Bulgaria is currently enjoying the best snow conditions for the last 10 years. The Crystal Ski team in Borovets give us the lowdown on what this means for conditions on the slopes, and

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