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Alta Badia The Skicarousel Vintage Party

Alta Badia marks the end of the winter season in a retro style in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites. Taking place on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April is Alta Badia’s third vintage event on the snow. Alta Badia has chosen to mark the end of the 2016/2017 winter season by organising again […]

On the sunny side of the Alps Spring skiing pleasure on the Nassfeld

 The Alps‘ largest sun terrace surprises with the southern flair and wonderful snow. Because the holiday destination Nassfeld-Pressegger See boasts the most hours of sunshine in the entire Alps and turns into the Alps’ largest sun terrace from 18th March until 17th April 2017. Nassfeld pistes full of surprises Giving winter the cold shoulder is […]

Kronplatz – free-standing mountain in Dolomites

Kronplatz towers over the middle of the Puster Valley, on the border between the Dolomites and the High Tauern. This free-standing mountain, 2275 m high, is a well-known ski resort that provides a good living for the 13 surrounding towns and villages. The name is a familiar one to the mass of skiers from Europe. […]

Llanes, an untouched gem in Asturias, Green Spain

  by Genevieve McCarthy, Owner of Cellar Tours    Flanked by the majestic Picos de Europa mountain range and facing the sea, Llanes in Asturias has one of the most dramatic settings in Spain. The town is compact and quaint and features a medieval core bursting to the brim with cozy cider houses and […]

Nassfeld – sunny side of the Alps

There are few ski resorts in the Alps that can boast more sunny hours then Nassfeld during the winter. It is difficult to say whether it’s 100 or many more hours, but the white-blue combination is the most appealing one when skiing. This, of course, does not mean that there is no snow. On the […]

Cortina d,Ampezzo – The queen of Italian Dolomites

The queen of the Italian Dolomites, Cortina d’Ampezzo, has for decades been a favorite of the rich and famous who come here not just to ski, but to see and be seen. Cortina has always been associated with the world of film. Peter Sellers, in his signature deftly clumsy way, chased diamond thieves, James Bond […]

Skiing with helmet mandatory in Slovakia

Skiing is about beautiful snowy hills and a perfect sense of active movement. Travel agencies in their catalogs point out the rules those should be respected in the ski resorts abroad. The majority of our skiers are mainly interested in information about the ski passports. Information about mandatory equipment concerns helmets, alcohol on the slope […]

Messner Mountain Museum Corones

Reinhold Messner is not only the most famous mountaineer and alpinist, but also a good storyteller. One of the museum halls constantly replays his documentaries from alpinist expeditions undertaken all over the world. The Messner Mountain Museum is located at the very top of the renowned ski resort Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, at an altitude of 2,275. […]

Alta Badia Gourmet Skisafari

Alta Badia is a leader in many aspects. Those who have been coming here for years, and they are many, know that every year new ski lifts crop up. Loyal customers It is quite interesting, this phenomenon of returning to ski in the valley of Alta Badia. Interesting, but hardly unusual as Alta Badia is […]

Tignes is building The Ski Line

Tignes has the longest ski season in France owing to the Grande Motte glacier. The season is nine months long. Glacier skiing is done at 3500 m, but due to global warming the area has been reduced by almost 30% in the last few years. So in Tignes they took a look southward towards Dubai […]

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