Browsing entries tagged with Ski

7 Apr 2014

Back in action at the Peak of Tirol

Dave Ashmore takes it carefully on the slopes of Ötztal after some time out

26 Mar 2014

Superb snow in sunny Soldeu

Skiing began in Soldeu 50 years ago, and since then it has experienced highs and lows — not least being overrun by Brits looking for a bargain-basement boozy holiday. Luckily for Andorra, Bulgaria came…

22 Mar 2014

Pleasantly surprised in Andorra

WTSS web editor Abi Butcher finds there’s more to skiing Andorra than first thought

13 Mar 2014

Journey to the Top of Europe

Editor Watts takes the train to the highest railway station in Europe

12 Mar 2014

Nothing changes in Wengen

Swiss resort continues to charm Editor Watts

11 Mar 2014

Skiing Gore and Whiteface in the Adirondacks

The two biggest ski areas in New York State have plenty to offer, discovers Abi Butcher

7 Mar 2014

Two more New York State resorts: Hunter and Windham

On to Hunter and Windham, two ski resorts within easy reach of New York City

27 Feb 2014

Two little ski areas in New York State

This week, I am skiing in New York State. It’s not the first choice for Brits heading to the US to ski, but it shouldn’t be overlooked. New York has more ski areas than any other in the US — 53 to…

30 Jan 2014

Skiing the new Arosa-Lenzerheide area

Two weeks ago, a huge cable car opened, linking the Swiss resorts of Arosa and Lenzerheide, whisking 150 people between two peaks Hörnli (2,511m) and Urdenfürggli (2,546m) on a five-minute journey. The…

23 Jan 2014

A first visit to the Portes du Soleil

Web ed Abi Butcher finds empty pistes, lovely snow and pretty scenery in Châtel

20 Jan 2014

Gnarly skiing with Freeride World Tour champion Drew Tabke

WTSS web editor Abi Butcher skis Courmayeur with FWT 2013 champion Drew Tabke

17 Jan 2014

Superb snow conditions in Italy

The snow it is a-falling in Italy. I’ve had to tear myself away from the slopes of Courmayeur on account of the fact that my knee is not yet up to an entire day of powder. Two hours this morning skiing…

30 Dec 2013

Planes, trains and automobiles

Tanya Booth heads to Tignes and then Obergurgl for some early season skiing

18 Dec 2013

Ruined for après-ski after La Folie Douce opening party

Web editor Abi Butcher heads to Alpe d’Huez for the opening of the fourth La Folie Douce

10 Dec 2013

Superb early season conditions in Verbier

Only the good skiers come out early in the season in Verbier

5 Dec 2013

First day out

There’s actually a spot just along the road from my house in Spain where I can see across vineyards and between hills to the high Eastern Pyrénées. I can’t actually see Les Angles – our ‘home’…

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