Great Things to Do In Morzine During Your Short Ski Break

  Morzine is a great place for anyone to visit and after you have been on the slope all day long it’s time to think about other amazing and relaxing activities on offer here. It is definitely possible to mix skiing with the many other fun activities Morzine has for you to choose from. The following are some of the terrific things you should be looking forward to doing once […]


The Best Non-Skiing Activities for a Skiing Holiday

It’s getting colder and winter is fast approaching, which means it’s time for us to make the shift from sun and sand to ice and snow. Of course, that also means that it’s time for winter sports soon! Now that the weather is shifting, people are looking for more active holidays, ones that are suited to the cold. Skiing holidays from companies like Iglu can be a fantastic way to […]


Taking on the Treacherous in Tignes & Val D’ isere

It’s no secret that France is one of the best places to go skiing in the world, aside from the skiing, they love dishing up Vin Chaud (hot tasty wine), pain au chocolat (delicious chocolate croissant) and enough cheese to eat till the cows come home. More importantly, the skiing here is fantastic and you’ll be hard pressed to complete every run in a 9am-4pm, 6 day stint. If you […]


Perilous ski destinations

March is the top month for many lovers of snow sports, as thousands flock to hit the slopes across the best spots around the world. The combination of fresh snow powder, temperate spring climes and longer days means many ski and snowboarding fans try to make the most out of the season. Whether you prefer to ski in Europe or explore further afield, a sport like skiing comes with natural […]


The Austrian Winter 2013 Slope Report (So Far)

If you’re thinking about planning a holiday to a ski resort in Austria this winter, you might run into an unusual problem – too much snow. Early January has seen record snowfalls of up to 18ft across Austria, Germany, and France, resulting in lift closures and a large increase in avalanche risks. The snow has also blocked roads and railways across Europe, leaving at least 1,000 tourists in Austria stranded. […]


This years World Ski Calendar


What Adventure Does The UK Bring?

People say the royal family bring in a massive amount of tourism to the each year, but there is far more to Britain than a simple stroll to Buckingham Palace and there is so much more to see than St. James’ Park, here is a list of the more adventurous side of the UK and how some holiday makers really make the most of their time in our green and […]


Enjoy a holiday to the French Alps

Make a trip to the alp mountain range in France for that unforgettable holiday with friends, family or even alone. The French Alps is surrounded by well-connected towns, and it is a holiday destination that is filled with visitors all year round. The French Alps is divided into two, the dauphine in the south which is home to Grenoble which is the main city in Alps and also happens to […]


The Best High Altitude Resorts in The Alps

For those looking for early or late season skiing vacations, high-altitude ski resorts are the best bet. High-altitude skiing resorts almost always have enough snow, even before the season begins and after it ends. The alpine valleys have several skiing resorts at high altitudes which are fairly snow-sure, and the snow stays longer even when the temperatures begin to thaw.   La Plagne The spectacular La Plagne skiing region is […]


The Pyrenees – A Well Kept Secret

The Pyrenees Mountains form the natural boarder between France and Spain and while they aren’t necessarily an ‘undiscovered’ part of Europe, they’re not the first place you might consider for a holiday. This gives the Pyrenees something of an advantage for those who do visit; access to a relatively unspoilt wonderland that offers an abundance of activities all year round. Both sides of the border are popular for alpine sports […]