WhereToGoSkiing From one skier to another

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Ischgl, Austria

One of the biggest interconnected ski areas in Tyrol and with a reputation for après-ski and a formidable list of nightclubs. However Ischgl has wider appeal as a high-quality resort to suit all. The family-friendly slopes...

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Livigno, Italy

Livigno (1816m) is a year-round Alpine destination and one of the main winter resorts in the Alps. Its geographical position, together with its high altitudes, makes Livigno a winter paradise with heavy snowfalls from late...

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Tignes, France

With one of the main resort villages at 2100m and a high point of 3455m, Tignes’ altitude means you can ski here for 10 months of the year. From mid-November it’s possible to descend...

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Snow Camp Sölden

Taking place from 11-16 November 2018, Snow Camp Sölden, is a fantasy week for skiers and snowboarders looking to test all the newest equipment from the world’s leading brands! All participants get to try...

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The Truth Behind Carving!

One often sees skiers from the chairlift locked on their edges but travelling relatively straight or on a very large arc. This is called “railing”, or “parking and riding”, and is unfortunately what a...

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15% off Riedel products!

As a special offer to all WhereToGoSkiing members, from basic to gold members, we offer 15% off on all purchases from our sponsor Riedel Wine Glasses! All you need to do, is to register...

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Does shape matter?

It does, if we are talking about wine tasting! Attending a Riedel masterclass is an experience and one that I would obviously say shouldn’t be missed.  It’s always an interesting discussion at the beginning...

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The Best Spots for Glacier Skiing in the Alps

As you’d expect, people associate skiing with the winter season. It makes sense, since skiing tends to take place atop snow-capped mountains. However, skiing definitely happens during the summer period. Many ski resorts play home to...

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Hintertux, Austria

The Ski & Glacier World Zillertal 3000 can be found at an amazing altitude of up to 3,250 m above sea level. Guaranteed snow and the possibility of year-round skiing on the glacier. The lift...

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Where to Go Skiing in the Summer?

Is your fix of the slopes unsatisfied? Summertime and skiing don’t seem to go together, seeing as snow and sunshine don’t necessarily mix. However, some resorts look to challenge that notion. Below we’ve compiled...

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St. Anton, Austria

St. Anton is one of the world’s best known resorts. Its exciting terrain attracts the hard-core skiers and has hosted the Alpine Skiing World Championships on several occasions. St. Anton’s reputation also extends to...

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Val Thorens, France

Val Thorens is the highest altitude resort in Europe and the highest point in the 3 Vallées ski area – one of the largest ski areas in the world with over 600 kilometres of...

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Sälen, Sweden

Sälen is Sweden’s largest combined resort when it comes to number of lifts and runs in one area under one name. It is made up of 6 smaller resorts, Lindvallen, Högfjället, Tandådalen, Hundfjällen (together “Skistar...

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Söll, Austria

Söll has long been popular with beginners and intermediates, attracting both youths and families looking for fun of different kinds. The resort is in fact far from ideal for beginners, but the SkiWelt can...

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Valloire, France

Valloire is located at the foot of the famous Col du Galibier, one of the highest in France and well-known for making a fantastic scenery for the Tour de France bike riders in the...