“In Tartiflette we definitely trust!”
The traditional Savoyarde Tartiflette originated in the Savoie area of the Alps. It has become a very popular dish for lunch or dinner on ski holidays particularly in France. Tartiflette is normally easy to locate in ski resorts and mountain restaurants, just use your nose to follow the cheesy smell of the melted Reblechon!
According to the Telegraph our top national characteristic is talking about the weather, just ahead of our passion for queuing. It’s no wonder these top characteristics become more topical when on holiday, particularly a ski holiday. We as a nation are known for our queuing, whether that is in the supermarket, the car, at the
Cosmopolitan’s fitness columnist Niko Algieri has revealed some of the fitness benefits of our favourite sport. Not only do you burn lots of calories whilst skiing but you also tone a variety of core and leg muscles. Niko suggests one way to motivate yourself to lose weight and tone up is to have a target
Inghams recently interviewed Phil Gordon, the equipment buyer at Snow+Rock, to get his opinion about the progression of skis and how technology has changed skis in more recent years. With the winter season fast approaching, we’re intrigued to learn more about the different types of skis we will be seeing on the slopes this season.
Lydia, our Public Relations Executive, describes her VIP experience in Alpe D’Huez: Helicopters, like Bugattis and Super yachts, are a mode of transport reserved exclusively for rich playboy types, F1 drivers, or extreme sports junkies. Or so I thought until I took a ski trip to Alpe d’Huez in the French Alps. The mountain made
Famous for The Sound of Music, spatzel and schnapps, it’s easy to assume you’ve already explored everything Austria has to offer. However, despite its relatively small size compared to its neighbouring countries of Germany and Italy, Austria is full of hidden gems for the explorer in you to discover. With a rich and varied history,