From husky sledding and reindeer safaris, to snowmobiling and skiing, Lapland is home to some of the most spellbinding experiences in Scandinavia. With snow-covered forests and rolling hillsides as your backdrop, whether you’re visiting on a family ski holiday or looking to get away on a magical family adventure, visiting Lapland is sure to open
The small and picturesque village of Arabba is located in the heart of the Dolomite mountain range. The focal point of the village is the pretty 17th Century church, which serves a population of only 300 people. Though small in number, the population has grown significantly in recent years. Skiers in the winter and avid
Sauze d’Oulx and Champoluc are two phenomenal Italian ski resorts. Both are well-loved winter destinations yet they offer strikingly different skiing experiences. Sauze d’Oulx is a party-mad, aprés-ski heaven perfect for lively holidaymakers while the quiet resort of Champoluc has a chilled atmosphere and relaxed village style. With Inghams offering great savings to both ski
Image © Reuben Krabbe Banff, Canada is a unique ski resort with distinctive scenery, incredible ski runs, and an amazing choice of places to wine and dine. If you’re looking for an adventurous ski destination with distinct character we’d definitely recommend a ski holiday in Banff. But what makes Banff such a unique ski destination?
We’ve had a very good start to the season here in St Christoph with some great skiing conditions and time on the slopes. The colder weather has started to kick in with some snowfall last week and more predicted in the coming week, meaning the ski area has some excellent snow on it. And then
Our team arrived in Lech and Zürs at the beginning of December and it was the first time in the area for all of us. We had a range of experiences in our team – there was the ‘ancient’ seasonaire on their fifth season, we had the experienced skier but first time representative, and even
Become a modern day smuggler in Ischgl this winter… Ischgl in Austria shares its mountain range with the neighbouring Swiss town of Samnaun – so it isn’t surprising to discover that this very spot used to be a popular smuggler’s region. During times of shortage, routes across the mountains were used by both
Davos, the highest town in the Alps with a permanent population of around 10,000, is a complicated mixture of different, and sometimes competing, characteristics. Beginning as a small, agricultural district, it gained a reputation, in the 18th century, as a health resort, because of its high altitude. The town, at over 1500m above sea level,