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Sankt Anton: for those who like to mix it up a bit

Regarded as the cradle of modern Alpine skiing, Sankt Anton is established as one of Austria’s big-name ski resorts. And for a good reason: it combines proper skiing with a bustling apres-ski. Sitting in a narrow valley at the foot of the Arlberg pass Sankt Anton is a long, sprawling place, with some traditional character.  Bustling with activity throughout the day and late into the night. The vast Ski Arlberg ski area is serviced by several modern cable cars, all of them within walking dis...

Skiing heaven in the Italian Dolomites: Cortina D'Ampezzo

Nestled in the heart of the Dolomite Mountains, Cortina D'Ampezzo is a ski resort that offers some of the best skiing opportunities in Italy. With over 120 km of ski slopes and an altitude of 1,225 meters, This picturesque town -located in the Veneto region of Italy- has long been known as a world-class skiing destination, and for good reason. From its varied slopes and scenic views to its reliable snowfall Cortina D'Ampezzo has something for everyone, whether you're a beginner, an intermed...

Saalbach: a vibrant winter sport hot-spot

Saalbach is one of Austria’s premier ski resorts and probably one of the most popular and lively winter-sports holiday destinations in the Alps. It offers a wide range of runs and challenges for skiers of every level and a vibrant apres-ski. Originally comprising two sides of the long Glemm valley the resorts Saalbach and Hinterglemm have been connected to include Leogang and Fieberbrunn both one valley across. And even a further extensio...

Ischgl: Embarking on an alpine odyssey

Nestled in the embrace of the Paznaun Valley, the Ischgl-Samnaun ski area unfolds as a vast and enchanting winter realm, beckoning skiers of all abilities to embark on an alpine odyssey like no other. As the snow-covered peaks rise majestically to the heavens, the ski area, with an altitude range stretching from 1,377 to 2,872 meters, promises a diverse and thrilling experience against the stunning backdrop of the Austrian Alps.

Serre Chevalier

Went to Serre Chevalier a few years back. Really enjoyed as it offers a large number of runs that cater for the intermediate. Advanced skiers will find the lack of steep runs disappointing. However it is a great place to learn to ski. The area around..

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Garmisch Partenkirchen

Wij gaan al verschillende jaren graag op vakantie in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Het is een goed uitgerust, rustig vakantie- en skiggebied. Iets meer gericht op een ouder en welgesteld publiek, echter zonder overdrijven of zonder "jet set" toes..

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Argentiere

What can you say about Argentiere? Grand Montets is just fantastic. So much skiable terrain and on a powder day incredible. Night life is mainly pubs but a quiet night can quickly degenerate into an all night feeding frenzy and with Chamonix only 10 ..

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A deep dive into snow reliability

As passionate winter sports enthusiasts, we're constantly on the quest for the ultimate skiing or snowboarding experience. For us, it's not just about carving turns down pristine slopes—it's about immersing ourselves in the exhilarating embrace of snow-covered mountains. Yet, in a world where climate change is reshaping the very landscapes we love, our pursuit of the perfect powder day has become increasingly challenging. Gone are the day...

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