Tag: skiers

  • 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 […]

  • South Africa

    Most people think of wildlife, large open grasslands and beautiful beaches when South Africa is mentioned. But South Africa has another side to its multi-faceted beauty – snow skiing. Although skiing opportunities in South Africa are limited, they are certainly not to be missed when holidaying in this magnificent country. Between July and September ski […]

  • Park City

    Just 37 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport, you’ll find Utah’s biggest ski resort. The Park City Mountain Resort can be found in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains and it offers an impressive 3 300 acres of great ski trails. With 100 different trails to choose from, a variety of terrain and […]

  • The Canyons

    The Canyons, located not far from Park City, was opened in 1968, and continues to attract vast numbers to its expansive, snow shrouded landscape. Always improving on what is already amazing, there is no doubt that a vacation at The Canyons is an unforgettable experience. Just how big is The Canyons? 3,500 acres! With that […]

  • Killington

    More people vacation at Killington than any other ski area in Vermont. The largest resort in the region, it has seven distinct peaks of varying degrees of difficulty. It features 200 trails, 31 lifts including two heated express, 8 passenger gondolas and 87 miles of skiing terrain. Killington Resort offers facilities for all styles of […]

  • Bindings

    You skiing vacation success depends on the bindings you select! Bindings and boots are the link between your body and the skis and snow. Good bindings are well-designed, complex pieces of machinery that make a firm connection between the skis and boots and release when the pressure exceeds the setting. They need to be set […]

  • Okemo

    Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow, Vermont, has a reputation for a number of things. Firstly, it has the most extensive snow making capabilities in the state of Vermont. Secondly, it has some of the best parks and pipes available in the country, and thirdly, it has exceptionally friendly and helpful staff. As if these facts […]

  • Skis

    A skiing vacation needs a lot of planning not only about where to go but what you need. First time skiers may be confused with the variety of skis available. It may be a good idea to join a ski club and discover the basics of skiing. You could perhaps hire the equipment you need […]

  • Hogadon

    Hogadon Ski Area, situated on central Wyoming’s Casper Mountain, is well-known for its diverse terrain, reasonable pass rates and uncrowded slopes. Not far from the town of Casper, Hogadon is a lovely ski area, great for a weekend get away. Opened in 1956, Hogadon Ski Area remains a firm favorite amongst locals. Hogadon Ski Area […]

  • Alyeska

    Alyeska Resort in Alaska’s Girdwood, about 50 miles from Anchorage, is situated on Mount Aleyska of the Chugach mountains. The largest ski mountain in Alaska, Alyeska is amongst the top year-round resorts in North America. An abundance of recreation, stunning snowy slopes and the impressive Alyeska Prince Hotel, make this an ideal vacation get away. […]

  • Hopfgarten

    The idyllic Austrian village of Hopfgarten lies at the foot of the ‘Hohe Salve’ mountain, which rises to 1 629m. It has everything you would possibly want a ski resort in the heart of the Austrian Tyrol to be. It is part of the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental ski area where these resorts with ancient wooden […]

  • Mount Snow Makeover

    Mount Snow in Vermont has become known as a leader in snow skiing facilities and, together with the other three faces of Carinthia Mountain, namely the Main Face, Sunbrook and the North Face, ...