Report for WTSS and win a ski holiday

16th April 2015, by Abi Butcher

We’re about to start updating <i>Where to Ski and Snowboard </i>for next year and need you

We’re about to start updating Where to Ski and Snowboard for next year and need you

We need your ski resort reports! We’re about to start updating Where to Ski and Snowboard for the next season, using information we have gathered, that sent to us by the tourist boards and tour operators but most importantly — resort reports sent in by you, our readers.

This year’s online reporting form is now live, and easier and quicker to use than ever — particularly on mobile devices. Although it only takes a couple of minutes, you don’t have to complete your report all at once but can save your progress and go back to it when you have more time.

We don’t visit every resort every year, and when we do pay a visit it is usually a quick one – a day or two, rather than a week or two. So we really need our own observations to be supplemented by the experiences of holidaymakers from their own ski and snowboard trips.

You are our extra eyes and ears on the ground in resort — we want to know everything about your holiday from whether you rate the lift system, to your favourite place for a beer to whether the ski school was any good. With your help we make Where to Ski and Snowboard Britain’s leading winter sports resort guide.

Every year, we give away 100 free books to the best reports, and our top 100 reporters go through to a draw to win a fantastic holiday in a top Lagrange apartment. The lucky winner last year was Jim Reed, in 2013 it was Barry Patrick and in 2012 Ed Ferrari won a week away.

There are three ways you can report, via our easy-to-use online reports system — which this year is shorter and more mobile-friendly than ever — by sending us an email or filing a website review. For more information visit our reporting page.

We do however, need your reports by Sunday 26 April when we will get cracking on the next edition. Please help us make it a great one!

 



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