Val d’Isere: The best resort in the Alps?

Val d’Isere is renowned by many as the best place in Europe to work a winter ski season. This winter was my 5th winter season but my first, highly anticipated I might add, season in Val d’Isere and I was lucky enough to spend six months working, living and playing in one the most beautiful

Top 3 reasons to visit the 3 Valleys…

Early season skiing can offer some of the best conditions to ski in.  Arnie Wilson is a big fan of heading out to the mountains as soon as possible. Here’s his top 3 reasons to visit the 3 Valleys…

Let’s hear it for on-piste skiing!

Arnie Wilson talks to Chris Haworth, ‘Ski and Board’ magazine’s fitness editor, who’s come up with a fascinating argument for getting more pleasure from skiing on the piste. It may not sound as cool – but just think about it! This is one of Tommy Cooper’s (remember him?) daft jokes: “I went to the doctor

The delights of the Dolomites

A pre season ski in the Italian Dolomites with Alicia Welsman, Senior Product Manager, Italy. The first week of the ski season is always a great opportunity to showcase our ski areas before the season really gets underway.  On the 14th December I accompanied groups of specialist ski agents to Italy and the Dolomites ski

Tremblant: 75 Years as a World Class Resort

Tremblant : The first nation inhabitants Weskarini Algonquin called the mountain ‘Manitonga Soutana’, translated into French later as ‘Mont Tremblant’ or ‘shaking mountain’. The tribe believed that the Great Spirit ‘Glitche Manitou’ caused the mountain to shake when nature was disturbed. Unofficially, Tremblant has been a gathering place for daredevils on planks several years before

Trade in your January blues

Sean Newsom, founding editor of Welove2ski tells us why January is his absolute favourite month to hit the slopes!

Testing the longest ski run in Cervinia, Italy…

Our Reps in Italy tried and tested the longest ski run in Cervinia recently in preparation for our guests arrival. The ski run is approx 22km and starts from Plateau Rosa and finishes at Valtournenche, a village south of Cervinia. The conditions were excellent – there were blue skies, fresh white snow and cruising red