Ski Safari Blog

Kat and Andy in Stöten

10 Reasons You'll Love Stöten

23rd June 2017 - Andy Hemingway

Scandinavia is our fastest-growing area, with more and more people realising what Norway and Sweden have to offer - wide open runs, friendly English-speaking locals, excellent ski schools, quiet slopes (even during the holidays) and great snow throughout the winter season. Kat, Sam and I visited...

James & Rupert - Big White 20 March 2017

Why We Love Spring Skiing

28th April 2017 - Craig Charley

We love spring skiing. In fact, we love it so much that 17 of us (nearly three quarters of our team) have been skiing in March or April this season. Everyone has their own reasons for loving spring, from a deep snow base and fresh powder to the high potential for bluebird days. In our final snow...

Riksgränsen Heli-skiing Sam, Kat, Andy and Vicky

Adventures in Åre and the Arctic

6th April 2017 - Vicky Bamford

Last month myself, Andy , Sam and Kat headed to Sweden to experience one of our wildest multi-resort trips, the Åre and the Arctic Ski Safari . It was so good that I'm heading straight back for more! I thought I had Scandinavia sussed: gentle, welcoming skiing with a great family offering and...

Jade in Park City

Road Tripping Through Colorado and Utah

31st March 2017 - Jade Pritchard

In February I embarked on a road trip with my parents, experiencing two of my favourite Colorado resorts Beaver Creek and Aspen , together with 'The Greatest Snow on Earth' in Park City and Deer Valley , Utah. My parents are avid, well-travelled skiers, although their legs are a little rusty! We...

Squaw Valley Silverado Zone 24 February 2017 Ingrid Backstrom © Ben Arnst

Over 10 Metres of Snow in the USA

1st March 2017 - Craig Charley

Last season we didn't report on resorts reaching 10 metres of snowfall until 18 March. This season eight of our American resorts hit that total in February. California continues to top the snowfall charts, with most resorts already planning to stay open longer this season, while resorts in Wyoming...

Romantic Ski Holidays - Whistler © Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

The 10 Most Romantic Ski Holidays

14th February 2017 - Craig Charley

We may be biased, but we think it's hard to beat the mountains as a romantic holiday setting. Cut off from the world in a secluded location with breathtaking scenery, think cosy log fires, luxurious spas and gourmet food - plus a sport that you both love. These are the holidays you never forget...

Jade and Luke - Jackson Hole Bluebird January 2017

Swapping January Blues for Jackson Hole Blacks

3rd February 2017 - Jade Pritchard

After a record-breaking December in Jackson Hole (deepest snowpack in 42 seasons recorded at the bottom on Rendezvous Bowl), I enjoyed a flying visit with fellow North America sales consultant Luke Dorking to find out just how 'steep and deep' the resort really is. Celebrating its 50 th anniversary...

Mammoth Sign Buried January 2017  © Jayson Smith

JanuBURIED - Record Snowfall in North America

3rd February 2017 - Craig Charley

January was a record-breaking month for snow, with some resorts receiving over seven metres. While Canada didn't have as many powder days as the USA last month, over a metre of fresh snow is forecast before Tuesday in British Columbia. Read our January snow report for all the best photos and videos...

Kenji in Asahidake January 2017

Powder Hunting in Hokkaido

1st February 2017 - Vicky Bamford

Ski Safari customers and staff have been enjoying the legendary powder of Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido this winter, scouting out the very best options for your perfect Japanese ski holiday . If you've not yet tried skiing in Japan, it might be time you did! Read on to see why... Andrea...

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