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Ski Newsletter - 22nd December 2003

22nd Dec 2003

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0208 544 6417


Dreaming of a white Christmas?

The snow has been, and still is, dumping down across the Alps. Resorts such as Courchevel 1850 and Verbier have received an amazing 20cm and 35cm today!

Have look at our Snow Reports and resort webcams for a full update of this heaven sent gift!

Hit the slopes in January for an amazing £119 pp!
4th Jan Soldeu. Self Catered Apartment. Was £259 Now £119 pp
10th Jan Soll. Catered Chalet. Was £459 Now £159 pp
10th Jan Les Deux Alpes. Catered Charlet. Was £459 Now £169 pp
17th Jan Courchevel. Catered Chalet. Was £549 Now £249 pp
17th Jan Val Thorens. Catered Chalet. Was £499 Now £279 pp
18th Jan Sauze D'oulx. Half Board Hotel. Was £469 Now £169 pp
It's not too late to get away this New Year!
27th Dec Austrian Alps. B&B. Only £307 pp!

Free lift passes in February. Prices from as little as £399 pp!
22nd Feb Claviere. Half Board Hotel. Only £399 pp!

Book a ski holiday under £200 pp!
10th Jan French Alps. Self Catered Apartment. Only 109 pp!

More fantastic offers

Snow Overview
Snowfall over the weekend has greatly improved the conditions in the Alps. France, Austria, Switzerland and Andorra have all seen significant new snow and the snow is still falling in many resorts, with more forecast later in the week.

The North America resorts still offer some excellent conditions, especially the resorts on the East Coast, which received some great dumps last week. Further up north, Whistler and Fernie offer excellent all-round conditions.

Read the Snow Overview in Full | View Snow Reports and Snow History

On the Baxter trail
Britain’s number one skier hits back in Italy after he failed to qualify for the second leg in Park City, Utah last month. The Scotsman has bounced back and proved to everyone that he is back on top form by finishing at an impressive 11th place.

Baxter has had a somewhat frustrating time since he lost his Olympic bronze medal last year in Salt Lake City, but is now back on the right track. He showed off is excellent form in Madonna di Campiglio, and believes that the best is still to come. We at Iglu are more then convinced that Alain will reach the podium this season.
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