Tag: apres-ski

  • Lech And Zurs

    Lech and Zurs are a part of the Arlberg but a world apart in many ways. Stunningly beautiful, with classic chalets and five-star hotels, Zurs is on the Flexen-Pass and Lech in a valley just a couple of miles away. These stylish Austrian Alpine resorts nestle near the slopes of the Madloch, Trittkopf, and Kriegerhorn […]

  • Mayrhofen

    Austria is renowned for its picturesque ski resorts and outstanding levels of service. You can enjoy world class skiing and a vibrant après ski on your next ski vacation here. There are hundreds of ski resorts to choose from, but one which pretty much lets you do your own thing is Mayrhofen. Very popular with […]

  • Salzburg

    Salzburg is the base for a unique ski vacation! Hundreds of ski vacation resorts dot the country to the west of Salzburg. Skiing in Austria is surprisingly good value and lift tickets, accommodation and après ski are competitively priced. Your ski adventure will let you ski in a different area each day. This is a […]

  • Heavenly

    Heavenly Ski Resort, situated in Lake Tahoe, was opened in 1955 and continues to attract endless numbers of skiers and vacationers. With world-class skiing and an excellent apres-ski atmosphere, Heavenly Ski Resort at Lake Tahoe is certainly not to be missed. With outstanding skiing, excellent restaurant options and many fun-filled activities, be sure to hit […]

  • Revelstoke

    Situated on the slopes of Mount Mackenzie, between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains in the Kootenays, six kilometers from the town of Revelstoke, British Columbia, the Revelstoke Mountain Resort welcomes more than 8,000 snow skiing enthusiasts who flock to the area every year. With an average snowfall of 12 to 18 meters of perfect powder, […]

  • Bon Appetit

    If you have a healthy appetite for skiing, you’ll likely also have a healthy appetite for food. Skiing is a rather physical sport in nature and consumes large amounts of energy that need to be replenished. But skiing is about more than eating good food and sliding down slopes – it’s about making new friends. […]

  • Portillo

    Portillo ski resort in Chile has an ambiance not easily matched. Located northeast of Santiago, and set high up on a plateau in the Andes, it is one of South America’s oldest and finest vacation resorts. There is no town in Portillo and only one hotel, the Grand Hotel Portillo with 123 rooms. The other […]

  • Food and Wine

    If you are one of those fortunate few that get to travel the world and go skiing on some of the most magnificent slopes imaginable, you’ll likely end up a connoisseur of food and wine. Most countries have their own particular style of eating and drinking and deciding to experience these cultures for yourself can […]

  • Pyha

    The Pyha ski resort in Finland is located right on the slopes, in the thick woodland of the Pyhatunturi National Park. Pyha, pronounced “poo-ha” and meaning ‘Holy Hill’ in Finnish, is located on the edge of the Arctic Circle, a wilderness area of dramatic scenery with frozen lakes, snow covered forests and rolling fells. Visitors […]

  • Night Clubs

    Most popular ski resorts have many vacation attractions in addition to skiing. Resorts that are reputed more for adults and not recognized as family vacation ski resorts reverberate with a very active night life. People on vacation want as much fun during the après-ski as during the day on the ski slopes. Many resorts all […]

  • Shiga Kogen

    Shiga Kogen ranks among the top ski resorts of the world – for very good reasons. The largest skiing area in Japan, Shiga is a combination of twenty-one ski resorts accessing a common mountain and which share a common ski lift pass. Known for its abundant snow fall, fine powder snow, the latest speedy lift […]