Top 5 Ski Apps

With each year that passes, technology is getting more and more advanced and the ski industry is not exempt from this progress. There are new ski and snowboard apps emerging all the time, afterall, it’s snowing somewhere! The idea behind these apps is predominantly to track your skiing and snowboarding speed, the distance you’ve skied

Long Live Ski Hosting!

In the face of legislation from the French and Italian authorities, ski hosting, or social skiing as it is now known by some, has not only been wiped out from winter resorts in those countries, but has been dropped by some British ski operators altogether. We wouldn’t dream of it! All the more reason we

Ski Essentials: A guide to your lift pass

For anyone considering skiing, the prospect of forking out for a pricey lift pass can seem somewhat daunting. Selected a ski resort from hundreds of choices is tough enough; European, North American, urban city, rural village, cosy chalet, large hotel, red skis, black skis, blue skis, snowboard!?… But you are then confronted with the lift

Teach 80 to Ski

On Saturday 8th November to celebrate our 80th anniversary we took on the challenge of teaching 80 beginners to ski. With the help of our friends at Skiplex we arranged for guests to come and have a go on the slopes at the Reading centre. It wouldn’t be right to celebrate our anniversary without wearing

Learn to Ski with Skiplex

We at Inghams have recently launched an exciting partnership with Skiplex! If you book with us before the 30th November you will get a free ski lesson at your nearest centre in the UK. Skiplex is effectively a giant revolving treadmill which can change in speed and gradient to suit your ability and needs. A

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