Ski Safari Blog

Park City Powder

Three Reasons to Visit Park City this Winter

2nd November 2018 - Andy Knights

With 7,300 acres of skiable terrain, it's big. With an average snowfall of 30 feet, it's deep. And with Utah's trademarked 'Greatest Snow on Earth™', it's dry and light. Here's why Park City has to be on your list for this winter. Terrain - It's Big In 2015/16, Park City merged with Canyons to...

Ski Safari team 2018

The UK's Best Ski Tour Operator - Five Years in a Row

26th October 2018 - Craig Charley

We're beyond delighted to announce that we've received the award for the UK's Best Ski Tour Operator for the fifth year in a row, having once again received the highest rating in the Ski Club of Great Britain's Consumer Research Survey. The survey was completed by over 23,000 skiers and...

Kicking Horse - Freeride World Tour 2018

The Horse Gets More Kick

16th October 2018 - Craig Charley

If you watched the Kicking Horse leg of last year's Freeride World Tour, you'll have already seen the Ozone south face in action - well now you can ski it too. Along with Middle Ridge and Rudi's Bowl, Ozone adds an additional 660 acres of "adventurous" (black and double-black diamond) in-bound...

Little Nell Powder Cat Andy February 2018

Possibly the Tastiest Cat-Ski Experience in the World

21st September 2018 - Andy Knights

The Little Nell Powder Cat Experience with Aspen Snowcat Powder Tours is new to our programme this winter. I went to try it out in February this year as part of our new Colorado Cat-Ski Safari and can honestly say this is a flavourful cat-skiing experience like no other. Introducing The Little Nell...

10 Things to Do in Tofino

10 Things Not to Miss in and Around Tofino

6th September 2018 - Victoria Larkman

Vancouver Island is a great add-on to any Whistler ski holiday and the tranquillity of the area perfectly complements bustling Vancouver . We recommend basing yourself on the west coast in Tofino, surrounded by roaring surf and ancient forests. I stayed in Tofino in October 2015 and managed to...

Åre Family © Ola Matsson / Skistar

Five Reasons to Try Skiing the Swedish Way

22nd August 2018 - Andy Hemingway

Swedish life is all about quality, style and efficiency. Their standard of living is one of the best in the world, so expect high-quality rentals, modern lifts and excellent tuition - skiing the Swedish way! I first skied in Sweden in 2002 and I've been a regular visitor ever since - as recently as...

Ben Snowmobiling in Whistler

Our 10 Favourite Whistler Activities

10th August 2018 - Claire Jones

Most of the Ski Safari team have been lucky enough to visit Whistler. As well as exploring the mountains, we’ve tried many of the non-ski activities on offer - ranging from relaxing spas and fine dining tours to adrenaline-inducing experiences. Here, our team talk about their favourite Whistler...

17/18 Photo Comp First Place - Emma Spencer, Geilo

2017/18 Photo Competition Winners

27th July 2018 - Craig Charley

After another winter of fantastic 'Ski Safari moments', it was a hard task to pick our favourite photos, but we're delighted to announce our 2017/18 winners. This year we had prizes for first, second and third place, as well as a mystery prize for a random entry. The standard of entries was so high...

Fjord Cruise at the Sognefjord © Sverre F. Hjørnevik

Four New Focus Weeks in Norway

26th July 2018 - Andy Hemingway

We believe that every ski holiday should feel like a 'once-in-a-lifetime' trip, so we're always thinking of ways to add something extra to our packages. Our Scandinavia team put their thinking caps on and have come up with four new focus weeks in Norway for 2018/19, each with a different theme:...

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