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Craziest Ski Accessories in the World Right Now

craziest ski accessories

There’s a world of ski accessories out there. From the good, to the bad, to the abysmally ugly. Too many skiers are afraid to stand out, or try something a little different. To help you find your individuality on the slopes, here’s our list of the craziest ski accessories in the world right now. Get Ahead on the Slopes While helmets do an honourable job at protecting our heads when we face plant into the snow, it’s safe to say

How to Deal With Flight Delays or Cancellations Like a Pro

Let’s paint the scenario for you. You’ve been planning this holiday for months. The accommodation is sorted, the transfer’s booked and you’ve even pre-ordered your ski rental. It’s been a tough few months at work but now it’s time for a little relaxation with the family. Arriving at the airport with plenty of time to spare, you stride into the terminal with confidence. Then it hits you, your flight’s delayed (or worse cancelled)! Now you’ve got a restless child, a

The highest winter sports area in the Alps surrounded by exclusive Matterhorn restaurants!

Matterhorn, also known as Cervino in Italian, is a 4,478 meters high mountain, which separates Switzerland from Italy. Matterhorn is known to be the birthplace of climbing and is famous for being the world’s most iconic mountain! Everyone who visit it, seem to designate a special place on the memory shelf for this perfectly pyramid-shaped image. Is there any wonder it’s the most photographed mountain ever? Matterhorn is not only a perfect gateway to world’s most leading pistes offering 360

Battling Boredom on the Buses

While it would probably be fair to say that a good 99% of a trip to the French Alps is about as exciting as it gets, there’s a rather niggling 1% that most wish they could do without – that being the resort transfer. Not that they’re not entirely more pleasant than they used to be, but by the time a family has arrived on the tarmac after commuting to the airport back home and taking the flight over the

Ski Weekends and Short Breaks – Maximising your Time

As fun as ski trips always are, it’s difficult to deny there’s often quite the logistical nightmare involved in organising and implementing the trip as a whole. This is why most rarely consider the idea of a short weekend trip to the Alps for example as they feel the upheaval just would not be worth the payoff. However, if you play your cards right and exercise a little common sense it is perfectly possible and pretty easy to get yourself

Three Reasons to Hit Geneva Airport Before the Slopes

Anyone looking to hit the French Alps in the foreseeable future will probably find they are rather spoilt for choice when it comes to the airports they could use as their primary hub. There’s Lyon, Grenoble, Chambery and Annecy to name just a few serving the area, but chances are that if you ask anyone in the know or that’s being heading to this neck of the woods for a while, they’ll tell you to head to Geneva as first

Resort Transfer Services – When to Walk Away

You can advise the UK population until blue in the face to make reservations when travelling to the French Alps, but each year tens of thousands will still rock-up to Geneva Airport and hope to strike it lucky there and then. And of course, the majority will end up on their merry way to Meribel or Les Arcs without a problem or a care in the world, aside from maybe having to pay a fair-whack more than they would have

Innsbruck Airport Resort Transfer Tips – Golden Rules to Follow

Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to Innsbruck Airport on their way to any number of ski destinations across the Alps. And every year at least 95% of all these plucky revellers get where they’re going with ease. Sadly however, there’s always that relatively small contingency of folk that end up wasting half of their holiday on the roads, rails or any combination of the two. And the real kicker is that they don’t have anyone to blame