Tag: ski slopes

  • Mount Buller

    They are not skis, they are not boards, they are figgles and you can try them out at Mount Buller! There is no end to the fun one can have at Mount Buller at any time of the year. One of the best equipped ski resorts in Australia, Mount Buller Alpine Resort is 250km north […]

  • Mount Hotham

    Mount Hotham, deep in Australia’s Victorian Alps, is the only ski vacation resort in the country with its own airport. A more complete ski vacation destination would be hard to imagine, with its diverse ski slopes, outstanding facilities, excellent accommodation and scintillating après-ski. Approximately 360 km north-east of Melbourne, Hotham is the place to be […]

  • Innsbruck

    Austria is pretty obsessed with snow skiing and it occupies much of the time and interest of outdoor-loving Austrians. It is not uncommon to find people in business suits in places like Innsbruck carrying skis during their working day. Unlike in America where a ski resort means a base for a single resort, in Europe […]

  • Lake Louise

    Beautifully situated within the Banff National Park at Lake Louise in Alberta Canada is the stunning Lake Louise Mountain Resort. The largest ski area in Canada, Lake Louise Mountain Resort attracts vast numbers of visitors to its snowy slopes annually. With such an extensive, magical landscape, varying difficulty levels and excellent facilities, the options are […]

  • Mount Baldy

    Canada’s Mount Baldy Ski Resort, located between Osoyoos and Oliver in British Columbia, should not be confused with Mt. Baldy Resort in California. Situated in the Desert Wine Country of Canada, Mount Baldy Ski Resort is renowned for its brilliant skiing, exquisite wine, welcoming atmosphere and fantastic golf. Mount Baldy retains a very authentic feel […]

  • Bousquet Ski

    Bousquet Ski Area is a fun-filled, all-season holiday destination for the whole family. There’s no arguing that it’s a great place to go whether the snow is falling thick, or the sun is glaring down. Situated in Pittsfield not far from the Pittsfield airport, Bousquet is just one of those places that you know you’ll […]

  • Treble Cone

    Advanced skiers seeking new challenges cannot do better than Treble Cone ski resort in New Zealand. Over fifty percent of its runs are advanced and it offers high adventure with its steep runs, tight chutes and dramatic drop-offs, rightfully earning a reputation for being the most challenging ski area in New Zealand. Treble Cone is […]

  • Sierra Nevada

    Spain attracts visitors with its sunshine and beaches, but it also has some great skiing at Sierra Nevada in Europe’s southernmost mountain range. The ski resort is small in comparison to other European resorts, but has hosted the 1996 world ski championships. Sierra Nevada is the most southerly ski resort in Europe and has numerous […]

  • Davos

    Davos is a large town in the southeastern corner of Switzerland, two hours away from Zurich. It was one of the first skiing venues and health spas in the Alps, and even today it offers slopes on a scale that few resorts can better. This original mega resort comprises of two parts, Dorf and Platz […]

  • Saint Moritz

    St Moritz is probably the most famous of all the Swiss resorts. Its strikingly beautiful location in Switzerland’s Engadine Valley, superb ski slopes and off-piste options, and its sensational après-ski scene have made it world famous. It is the Mecca of the rich and famous – glitzy, glamorous and very expensive. The glitterati throng there […]

  • Take to the Slopes in Turkey

    Turkey is generally associated with a hot sunny Mediterranean climate, with people holidaying at resorts that offer swimming, sunbathing and water sports. However, snow skiing enthusiasts from ...

  • The Value of Ski Conditioning Classes

    In anticipation of the upcoming winter snow skiing season, skiers should be assessing their level of fitness. With the knowledge that skiing works the body in ways that are very different from ...