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Will it be a bumper end to the ski season?

clock 26th February 2015 | comment0 Comments
In the past few weeks snow conditions this season have completely turned around. It may have been a slow start to the ski season after the warm December temperatures, but since mid-January things have been looking up. There has been a series of huge snow dumps teamed with a string of sunny days occurring over the last few weeks, dramatically building up the snow bases of ski resorts across Europe. February Snow The February half term was a perfect week for a ski holiday with up to 60 cm of snowfall on the half term transfer weekend then beautiful blue skies for most of the week after. View current snow conditions in our latest snow reports. As the busiest ski week of the season came to a close, it was reported in the long range forecasts that we were in for one of the biggest snow storms of the season over the next 9 days, including up to 231 cm of snowfall in just a few days. The Alps may not have received the 2m foreseen but 120 cm in Soldeu, 98 cm in Cervinia, 82 cm in Grindelwald and 66 cm in Avoriaz was very welcomed by the post-half term skiers and snowboarders. Snow bases and snow conditions are currently superb for the start of March. Particularly Austrian resorts are looking significantly healthy for this time of year (compared to last year):  Resort February 2014 February 2015 St Anton 53cm / 128 cm 59 cm / 221 cm Solden 12 cm / 270 cm 15 cm / 317 cm Obergurgl 79 cm / 177 cm 61 cm / 205 cm Lech 100 cm / 115 cm 96 cm / 171 cm Lower pistes cm / top pistes cm March Skiing Skiing in March is one of the most best times of the year, as temperatures start to warm up you can enjoy the fantastic ski conditions in the morning, then by the afternoon you can embrace the après atmosphere on a sun terrace on a mountain top bar. With the current great snow depths in many resorts across Europe, a ski holiday in March will be excellent. With even more snow storms on the horizon over the next 9 days, there will be no shortage of snow for the rest of the season. The snow conditions we have at present are the best so far this season and with Easter week just 4 weeks away it’s looking like there will be plenty of snow to enjoy this year. After Easter falling so late in April last year, this wasn’t a great time for a ski holiday. With Easter Sunday falling on the 5th April this year, many families will be heading out to ski resorts for the first week of April to spend the Easter holidays in the snow. Top tips when booking an Easter ski holiday With temperatures rising towards the end of the ski season, your save bet is to aim for high resorts. It is always difficult to predict the snow conditions at the end of season so be sure to choose a ski resort with high altitude to secure the best snow conditions. You want enough snow to build a snow bunny don’t you?   Best resorts for end of season skiing With the Grande Motte Glacier in Espace Killy open through till May and the highest ski lift peaking at 3450m you can guarantee good snow in Tignes and Val d’Isere for Easter. Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe, as well as in the largest ski area in the world with over 600 km of piste in the 3 Valleys Les Arc 2000 – the magic is in the name, as the village sits at 2000m, snow is still decent at this high altitude later on in the ski season and the ski area’s highest point is 3226m at the Aiguille Rouge. If you prefer the Austrian side of the Alps, the Kitzsteinhorn glacier in Kaprun provides skiing or snowboarding almost all year round. Even if it is warm in the valley there will still be snow at 3000m on the glacier.   View Last Minute Ski Offers and Easter Holiday Ski Deals

11 awesome photos of the snow right now

clock 2nd February 2015 | comment1 Comments
We have been glued to our computers over the weekend looking at all the fresh snow that our friends and customers are enjoying at the moment. Over 1 metre of snow has fallen in many resorts over the past week, transforming conditions across the Alps. Resorts reporting the best of the new snow are Chamonix, Flaine, Alpe d'Huez Avoriaz, Les Arcs, Soldeu and Crans Montana. Here is a selection of our favourite snowy photos from the web over the past few days.. France @Varsfob 40cm de neige fraîche et soleil: pas mal! #skipasslive — skipass (@skipass) January 30, 2015 Playing in the POWder!! We have snow and lots of it!! @LaPlagne #ski #snow #dumpalert — Piste Pads (@pistepads) February 1, 2015 There's no denying, we have TONS OF #SNOW in #Morzine! — Mint Snowboarding (@MintSnowboard) February 1, 2015 Some more major snow fall today and still snowing #latania @La_Tania — Scott Janaway (@scottjanaway) January 30, 2015 No Scott Manning isn’t sitting down - that’s the depth of the snow #valdisere — YSE (@yseski) January 31, 2015 Powpow day! #gavage #LaClusaz — romain montimart (@rmontimart) January 31, 2015 Austria #KITZSTEINHORN @ZellKaprun — Mark Hoogink (@MarkHoogink) January 30, 2015 Mario Wanger on a pow day in the Zillertal backcountry #FlowSnowboarding — Flow Snowboarding (@FLOWsnowboardn) January 30, 2015 Andorra It's still snowing !!!! @Vallnord #andorra — Neilson Andorra Team (@neilsonandorra) January 31, 2015 Bulgaria #Bansko #ski conditions 9/10 today. Best snow of the year so far. — (@bansko) February 2, 2015 Scotland Lovely day on the hill ... sometimes poor visibility ... but TONS of snow ... and it's snowing again to carpark ... — Nevis Range (@TheNevisRange) January 31, 2015 By Krystelle View last minute ski holidays | View chalet deals | View ski deals in March 

Skiers and snowboarders head for the hills as snow hits the UK

clock 31st December 2014 | comment1 Comments
What did you get up to after Christmas? Whilst some were polishing off the turkey leftovers and watching a festive flick on the telebox, others were shredding the gnar in the UK countryside. Parts of the north and midlands received up to 11cm of snow from Boxing Day 2014 which allowed keen skiers and snowboarders to head to the hills for some fresh powder turns. Check out these awesome photos of backcountry riding, UK style! Team GB Olympic Snowboarder Jamie Nicholls getting some fresh tracks at home in Yorkshire Jamie laying down a handplant on his mini ramp & Bradford looking very snowy in the background Friends of Iglu, Lauren Quinnell & Ollie Evans riding near the Peak District in Wessington, Derbyshire Stunning snowy landscapes in Leek, Staffordshire, perfect day for a fun shred with friends  (Credit - Instagram @samcorbett88) Paragliders jumping off Mam Tor in the Peak District (Credit - Twitter @PaulSCaddy) More beautiful snowy scenery in the Peak District (Credit - Twitter @PaulSCaddy) Skiers in the Peak District (Credit - Twitter @PaulSCaddy) David Mercker Cox taking his board out in Glenariff, Northern Ireland Snowy Glenariff at sunset David getting his freestyle on in the snow in Northern Ireland By Krystelle

How to ski cheap in January

clock 10th December 2014 | comment0 Comments
If you love snow days, quiet pistes and short lift queues, then January is the ideal month for you. Along with off season ski deals and peaceful slopes, January is the perfect month to go to the mountains for any avid skier or snowboarder. Once Christmas and New Year is over and children go back to school, you’ll find skiing in January one of the quietest points of the season. As companies aim to fill as much accommodation as possible, you will find cheap deals and offers for this time of year. Conditions are normally excellent at this time of year as January tends to be the coldest month of winter, plus one of the snowiest. Many resorts will still be building up their snow bases, but with the low temperatures it is one of the most snow sure points of winter. Here is an overview of the snow last season: January 2014 snow depths in popular ski resorts Val d’Isere – 99cm Tignes – 109cm Meribel – 81cm St Anton – 62cm Les Arcs – 102cm Alpe d’Huez – 139 cm Val Thorens – 126cm Zermatt – 153 cm Avoriaz – 149 cm Pas de la Casa – 135cm Where to get the best ski deals Whether you book last minute or in advance you will always find good deals for January. For an overview of the cheapest deals available, take a look at our cheap ski holidays page where you can view the lowest price for each departure date in January, including Friday departures and short breaks. Our favourite cheap January deals Self-catering Apartments Cassiopee Apartments in La Plagne, France. From £199 pp based on 3 people sharing on 3rd and 10th January Located in the top village in La Plagne, Belle Plagne, these apartments are in the heart of the village and surrounded by the shops, restaurants and bars. It’s a perfect location to get out skiing quickly where you can either join the bubble in Belle Plagne to take you up the Roche de Mio, or the slopes are less than 50 m away where you can ski down to Bellecote to join the chairlifts. Catered Chalet Chalet Natalia II in Meribel Mottaret, FranceFrom £417 pp based on 2 people sharing on 3rd January Chalet Natalia 2 is also great for getting out on to the mountain quick as it is just 100m away from the slopes. Meribel Mottaret is located just above Meribel so you can enjoy the higher mountain views and avoid the lifts in the centre of Meribel. Half Board Hotel Hotel Aiguille Rouge in Les Arcs, FranceFrom £449 pp based on 3 people sharing on 3rd January Conveniently placed in ski in – ski out accommodation, this hotel has easy access to lifts and the ski area. Les Arcs has skiing suitable for all abilities, from the blue runs surrounding the Arc 2000 village to the variety of long blues and reds across the resort. Advanced skiers can enjoy the black pistes from Aiguille Rouge summit or take advantage of the extra 225km of skiing in neighbouring La Plagne. View our snow reports from the slopes in January 2014 02 Jan 2014 – Sainte Foy, France 24 Jan 2014 – Morzine, France By Krystelle January skiing deals | Cheap Ski Holidays | Ultimate Apres Ski Guide

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