Tag Archives: Snowboarding

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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Once Upon A Time In Grindelwald

30 January 2017

Grindelwald was Tolkein’s inspiration for the Lord of the Rings’ landscape and the name of one of J. K. Rowling’s most notorious wizards. We all love a story with a touch of magic, and this Swiss village is right out of a fairytale. The town itself is exactly how you’d picture a Disney-esque village in […]

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Skiing In The Future – Why You Should Book For Winter 17/18

9 December 2016

With the launch of our Winter 2017/18 holiday portfolio, we’ve been thinking about skiing, the future, skiing in the future, and how exciting it’s probably going to be. Read on for our predictions about what skiing will probably look like in the near future. Probably. There will be hoverboards No snow? No problem. All snowboards […]

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Jasper – Canada’s Most Underrated?

26 October 2016

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We all know that Canadian ski resorts are up there – Whistler, Banff, Fernie, Panorama… all bucket list destinations with heaps of powder, massive terrain and insane grub. When I was lucky enough to hop on a plane and take my board to Canada recently, I picked the three resorts of Banff, Lake Louise and […]

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7 Ski Hairstyles To Avoid Helmet Hair

30 September 2016

It might seem insignificant to some, but to others the struggle is real. Some might scoff and mutter about how trivial it is, but here at Crystal we appreciate the importance having the perfect ski hairstyles to hold your hair in place on the slopes, without ending up at après-ski taming wind-kissed, wild tangles into submission. There are a […]

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