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Ski Resort Guides & Features

Ski Features

Hitting the slopes this winter? Then have you considered the pistes of Algeria, Pakistan or Iran? Didn't think so. But perhaps you should - some...

Inspired by Sochi but not quite ready to conquer Corbet's Couloir? These top five indoor ski slopes should set you on course.  

Want to keep your finger on the pulse ahead of the new ski season? Heather Hamacek rounds up the latest developments for 2013/14...

St Moritz might be famous for its glitz and glamour – and it does offer plenty of that – but the Swiss resort also has a lot more for curious...

Ski resorts the world over have a wealth of attractions off the slopes, none more so than the Portes du Soleil region on the French-Swiss border....

After a tiring day on the slopes, a hearty meal is just the ticket for energy-sapped skiers and boarders. From the sweeping slopes of the Alps to...


Top Ski Guides

Val Thorens is in the French Savoie region and forms part of the massive Trois Vallées ski area. Its dominant summit is the 3,562m (11,686ft) Aigu...
Montgenèvre is located between the River Durance and the River Po in the Southern French Alps, on the Italian border.
Val d'Isère is located in the southeastern French region of Savoie in the Western Alps, close to the Italian border.
Avoriaz and Morzine are located in the Haute Savoie department of the Rhône-Alpes region in the southeast of France, near the border with
Geilo is situated in the mountain region of Hallingdal, in south-central Norway's Buskerud County. It is overlooked by the Hallingskarvet mountain ...
Hakuba ski resort is in the Nagano prefecture of central Japan. It is located on Honshu, Japan's largest island, about one hour from Nagano city.
Bad Gastein is located in the Gastein Valley, within the westerly Austrian province of Salzburger Land. The local Hohe Tauern Mountains are a part ...
Seefeld is 23km (14 miles) northwest of Innsbruck on a plateau above and to the north of the Inn Valley. The road (H...
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