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Ski Resort Guides & Features

Ski Features

In the penultimate entry of our strange skiing series, Tristan Kennedy hits the slopes of Kyrgyzstan, sampling fermented horse milk and the bloody...

In the third of our strange skiing series, Ian J Lynch goes in search of the perfect slope in Bamiyan province, Afghanistan.

In the second of our strange skiing series, Tim Neville reports from the propaganda-lined pistes of Masikryong, North Korea’s best (and only...

In the first of our new strange skiing series, William Everett drinks brandy, eats khachapuri and gets fondled on the slopes of Gudauri, Georgia...

We have always wondered what we would discover at the End of the World, so we sent Daniel Fahey to find out.

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...


Top Ski Guides

Borovets is situated on the northern slopes of the Rila Mountains, in the west of Bulgaria, 72km (45 miles) south of the capital Sofia. Borovets is...
Some 90km (56 miles) northwest of Ljubljana, Kranjska Gora sits in the Sava Dolinka valley separating the Karavanke Mountains from the Julian Alps....
Pragelato is a small village next to Val Troncea National Park in Italy’s northwestern Piedmont region. The settlement has more than 20 surroundi...
Méribel lies in the Savoie region of the French Alps, above the town of Moûtiers, with Courchevel to the east, and Les Menuires and Val Thorens t...
Pas de la Casa ski resort is part of the Grandvalira ski area, which takes up much of the northeastern region of the small principality of Andorra....
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is located in the Glemm Valley, which is within the Zell am See region in the Austrian Kitzbühel Alps. The ski resort is with...
Bardonecchia is located in the upper part of Val di Susa in the Alps, within the Piedmont region of northwest Italy. The resort is situated on the ...
Les Deux Alpes sits high in the Isére department, between France's northern and southern Alps.