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  • World Cup in Val Gardena

    One of the first World Cup classic downhills of the season will once again be held on the legendary Saslong slope above Santa Cristina in Val Gardena in the shadow of the mountain peak with the same name next month. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • Mt. Sunapee a Stand-Out In the Ratings

    Last winter's lean snow year in the East provided Mt. Sunapee, N.H., with the chance to really show off their stuff when it came to snowmaking and grooming. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Magic Moments for Kids in Kappl

    Young visitors to the lovely, but internationally little known Austrian resort of Kappl, get an especially warm welcome. Selected hotels and gasthauses in the village have joined up with Flaxi the mountain sprite to give under 12s a special greeting with a party bag when they and their family check in. Full Article

    31st October 2006

  • Dumps and Guns at Marmot

    By Becky Lomax Late October storms rolled through Alberta's Jasper National Park this weekend dumping 20 inches of snow in five days at Marmot Basin. To complement Mother Nature, the resort prepared to fire up their new snowmaking system this week. Full Article

    31st October 2006

  • Kitzbühel's Winterstart

    Kitzbuhel's Winterstart festival will run from 8th to 10th December and include open-air concerts, après-ski parties, ski tests, free ski classes, the Hahnenkamm Sprint Cup, night skiing and more. Full Article

    31st October 2006

  • World's Highest Gourmet Restaurant at St Anton

    Why not follow in the ski tracks of Russian President and keen skier Vladmir Putin and Princess Caroline of Monaco (they probably weren't together) and visit the world's highest gourmet restaurant, above St Anton. Full Article

    31st October 2006

  • Ringo Skied the Obertauern

    Austria's Obertauern is introducing hands-free lift tickets this winter using the key card system. Full Article

    28th September 2006

  • Freeride In the Portes Du Soleil

    With 650 km (407 miles) of ski-runs and 14 ski resorts, the Franco-Swiss Portes du Soleil is considered one of the biggest ski areas in the world; it is certainly one of the most varied. Full Article

    28th September 2006

  • Les Menuires Takes It One Block at a Time

    Les Menuires in the Belleville Valley of the French 3 Valleys, the world’s largest ski area, will offer guests its first ever four star hotel from this winter - a rare treat in the French Alps. Full Article

    21st September 2006

  • Kitzbuhel's Nod To 1947

    Clearly panicking at the increasing average age of skiers, resorts around the world are gradually either raising the age bar for when seniors qualify for discounted passes. Full Article

    21st September 2006

  • Igls Ready for 2006/07

    There's a new quad chairlift this winter at Igls, one of nine ski areas around Innsbruck, the Tyrolean capital in Austria. Full Article

    21st September 2006

  • Cervinia Gives Guests New Lifts

    The biggest spend on new lifts this season is happening at Cervinia, on the Italian side of the Matterhorn, linked to the world's highest lifts at Zermatt. Full Article

    1st September 2006

  • Serre Chevalier Tempts Boarders

    Serre Chevalier’s growing reputation with mainstream 'boarders should get another boost this season as the resort is extending its terrain park. Full Article

    1st September 2006

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