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Where to go skiing in 2011

clock 16th April 2010 | comment0 Comments
Individuals looking to be well organised for the 2011 ski season have been given some guidance on the destination they may wish to head to, depending on what they most desire from the break.Tips from the T-List highlights the recommendations made by Eclipse Ski, referring to resorts that may best serve families, non-skiers and those looking for fun off the slopes.In terms of where couples with young children may wish to visit, Alpe D'Huez in France comes highly recommended.Alongside a top-quality ski school that will have children ready to take on the basic runs in no time, it is suggested that the slopes are well rounded to support skiers of all abilities.Furthermore, the inclusion of an ou... [More]

France and Italy still have the snow for a late skiing break

clock 26th March 2010 | comment0 Comments
With the skiing season drawing to a close in the coming weeks, many fans of the piste may be looking into locations where they can enjoy a late break where snow is still present.However, because of lots of timely snowfalls over the winter, an article in the Daily Mail highlights that many destinations across Europe can be taken advantage of before the warmer weather of spring causes the final thaw.France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy, alongside other countries further afield outside of Europe, are all still providing excellent skiing opportunities.Val D'Isere and Tignes are rated as the top destinations in France, "where perfect groomed runs are complemented by 'go anywhere' spring sn... [More]

Janka and Vonn are the World Cup champions

clock 12th March 2010 | comment0 Comments
Carlo Janka and Lindsey Vonn claimed overall World Cup titles after skiing to victory in events at Garmisch-Partenkirchen.Janka followed up on his gold medal in the giant slalom at the 2010 Winter Olympics on the Whistler course with another scintillating run in the same event in Germany.He had already set the fastest time in the morning run before the 23-year-old Swiss star continued where he left off to win the event with an overall time of 2:20.87 ahead of Italy's Davide Simoncelli.Janka now holds an unassailable lead in the men's standings with just the slalom event in Germany remaining and becomes the first Swiss male to take the overall title since Paul Accola achieved the feat in 1992... [More]

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