Working and writing for both us here at the Ski Club and our student website, Line-S, Charlotte Ahlen takes us over to the Italian Alps, Cervinia, and tells us why it could potentially trump any future French or Austrian winter holiday.
As we recently welcomed Tom Clark into the blog family for 2016/17, he takes us through the trials and tribulations of buying a holiday home in the Alps throughout the season. His recent piece is the 3 part series - Three Valleys, starting off with Part 1 - Val Thorens.
Beth heads back to the Dolomites during the summer to experience the spectacular mountain scenery and pay homage to the legendary Shane McConkey: The summer finds me once again in the mountains of Northern Italy. The South Tyrol is home to the Dolomites and is a melting pot of Austrian and Italian alpine life where traditional farming culture meets tourism […]
Mt Ruapehu is the 'King of the North' and an absolutely wild winter playground - former Ski Club employees Ocean Belcher and Rob Crabtree went to check it out:
In this post we introduce Alex Potton, the latest contributor to the Ski Club's blog, who tells all about the Chamonix Valley and why it makes the perfect summer holiday destination:
Started in 1975 as an excuse for a good party, the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival is now in its 41st year and is well-known for being the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter party. Ocean Belcher tells us all!
In her final blog post of the season, pro freeride snowboarder Angelica Sykes tells all about her season. And although it didn’t go as planned, she’s stacked full of positivity for the 2016/17 winter!
Beth looks back on her snow-filled winter and recounts an intense week spent on the Hintertux Glacier, retaking her BASI 2 exams at the end of the season - how did it go?
In the final post of his month-long blog series, Ski Club Member James Forder discovers that the Niseko area has a some real hidden (powder filled) gems
On dreary, cold and dark Sunday afternoons around 5.15pm, UK winter sports fans take a break from their weekend. With a cuppa in hand, one million viewers across Britain sit down in front of their crackling fires, put their feet up and switch over to BBC2 for Ski Sunday. First broadcast in 1978, Ski Sunday is one of the longest […]