The Best Ski Resorts for Spring Skiing

So you’re looking for a spring ski resort. You want somewhere that’s high and that has reliably kept the winter snow. You want somewhere with a wealth of exciting ski runs which will stay open long into the season. And there’s more to spring skiing than the mountain. There’s the atmosphere too. Spring skiing is

Arabba – a distinctive ski resort in the Dolomites

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

Downhill skier in Arabba

Top 5 Alternative Ski Resorts for 2018

Visit an alternative ski resort this winter and avoid over-crowded slopes and expensive prices. Just because you choose to ski off the beaten track, it doesn’t mean your holiday won’t share the thrills and excitement you’d expect from a big name ski resort. In fact, we think the quality of skiing in these hidden gems

Sauze d’Oulx and Champoluc: how to choose between ski resorts?

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

Sauze dOulx and Champoluc

5 best early season ski resorts

Val Thorens, Europe’s highest ski resort, officially opened last weekend. Snow has been falling in droves for the past couple of weeks. And skiers and boarders are eagerly preparing for their holiday. It definitely looks like winter has arrived. From exciting early season festivals, to being the first to lay tracks on the mountains and