Sun Peaks, Canada

Eager to boost your ski skills? Check out our top tips to improve your technique and take your skiing to the next level. Tips for before you go Get fit When you’re having fun on the slopes, it’s easy to forget that skiing’s a sport – and you need a good level of fitness for it. Avoid the day-two achey muscles by prepping properly for your trip. Check out our guide on how to get fit for skiing. Or have a go at Slopercise at…Continue Reading “7 TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR SKIING”

Skiing in Passo Tonale

Passo Tonale is high-altitude and snowsure – a good pick for early and late season, when lower resorts might not get good snow. Beginners and intermediates can let loose exploring the range of blues and reds. Warm up on the slopes near town, then head up to the glacier or over to Ponte di Legno for some trickier tree-lined runs. The town itself is set along one main street, lined with shops, restaurants and a handful of lively après spots for a post-ski drink and…Continue Reading “A QUICK GUIDE TO PASSO TONALE”

Borovets, Bulgaria

Planning your first ski holiday but never put on a pair of skis before? We’ve got your back. Here are some top tips to help you get prepped for the mountain, and make the most of every second. Do some resort research When you’re choosing a resort, don’t just go for the big names or your friends’ favourites – find one that’s best for beginners. It’ll have everything a first-timer needs, like English-speaking ski schools and lots of easy green and blue runs where you…Continue Reading “TOP TIPS FOR BEGINNER SKIERS”

FRENCH ALPS

Think ‘skiing’ and the French Alps are bound to come to mind. The huge, high-altitude ski areas are home to some of Europe’s prettiest, most challenging and most enjoyable runs. Here are five of our favourites to try… L’Aiguille Percée — Tignes Difficulty: BlueLength: 5km Cruise down a wide blue that’s full of photo moments. Start with a snap of the famous Aiguille Percée, the eye-of-the-needle rock that dominates the skyline up at 2,300m. Trace through the treeline, carve by an ice cave and skirt…Continue Reading “TOP 5 RUNS IN FRANCE”

Nassfeld skiing

Nassfeld is known for its mix of excellent ski schools, good intermediate runs and family activities. It also gets over 100 days on sunshine in winter, so count yourself in for bluebird days. The town sits in the Carinthia region of southern Austria, just over the border from Italy – so the restaurants here serve up favourites from both countries, like local cheeses, fresh pizza and sweet kaiserschmarrn. All of the hotels are really close to the slopes too, so you can be on the…Continue Reading “A QUICK GUIDE TO NASSFELD”