Looking for your next challenge? From riding the highest zipline in the world and braving dizzying black runs, to tasting culinary curiosities in the finest restaurants, there’s a lot more to the Alps than meets the eye. The Alps are home to staggering peaks and world class ski areas, attracting skiers and snowboarders from across the globe. To fully make the most of this skier’s paradise, read on for our list of adrenaline packed, bucket-list worthy activities to complete. Without
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Once you’ve experienced that first buzz of hurtling down a mountain on a pair of skis, most people are hooked for life. Gazing wistfully out of the plane window as you leave the slopes behind, you vow to yourself to be back next season, and every one after that to get your fix. However, life tends to have a habit of getting in the way of our grand plans. Work and family commitments often outweigh your chances of getting
This year sees some incredible events happening across the whole of the Alps. From electrifying skiing championships, unusual sporting events on the snow and a whole host of music festivals hitting the Alps, there’s more than enough to keep you occupied this 2019. The European Alps offer some of the best skiing opportunities in the world, so wherever you go, make sure you find some time to explore the slopes. Here’s our list of unmissable alpine skiing events in 2019.
Year on year people flock to ski resorts around the world to partake in the activity of skiing. However, it’s likely a large majority of the population have never asked themselves a crucial question. How did skiing even start? We’re going to explain why the world started skiing, and how our beloved snow sport came to be what it is today: It Was a Way to Survive When discussing the origin of skiing, it’s difficult to believe the word “survival”
Summer is the perfect family time – no school for kids and you’re probably counting hours until your vacation starts. If you love mountains and active recreation, we have 4 words for you: French Alps summer holidays! In this article we have summarized our TOP 5 of the best French Alps summer resorts. Read on, choose your favourite one and have amazing French Alps summer holidays with lots of adventures! #5 Les Menuires – For Kids of All Ages
Sometimes it takes just a few days away from daily routine to recharge and go on with productive work at work or school. Sounds good? Then keep on reading to find a lists of amazing last-minute ski weekend deals. All these ski resorts have everything you’d need for a ski weekend in the Alps: Lots of snow and sun; Weekend accommodation for 2-3 persons; Ski rental shops so that you can travel with less luggage; Last-minute and super comfy airport
Winter, snow, lights, merry gatherings, the scent of gingerbread cookies… Are you looking forward to the magical Christmas time? Would you like to get away from the Christmas rush and just enjoy time with your family or friends? If you are planning a Christmas ski vacation, you are on the right track! And could there be a better place than the gorgeous Alpine slopes? Read this quick list of some of the best Alpine ski destinations for a winter getaway
Summer 2016 is already halfway and inevitably approaching towards autumn and winter seasons. That, of course, is sort of a sad feeling if you consider yourself a true summer patriot, but it also is one of the best things to know for all the snow and winter fun lovers! Start thinking about your ski holiday right away! If you opt for a ski holiday in France in 2016, here is some quick information about the most popular French ski resorts.
Spring is the best time to renew and rejuvenate your body and soul for the upcoming summer season so it’s time for vacation! You can still ski in March and April and yet enjoy the nature’s awakening, but, we know, skiing probably isn’t the first thing on your mind when it comes to relaxing vacation. But what if we told you that you can have it all – an active day on the slopes, breathtaking views, bit of greenery peeking
You probably have invested a lot of money in your snowboard and all the equipment that goes with it, right? And, of course, your new and shiny board doesn’t just sit in your house waiting for better times. Ok, so here’s the question – how do you transport it? Please don’t say that you just throw it in the car with other stuff. In that case, the board is doomed to be scratched, damaged, or broken while not even on