Ski Safari Blog

Alyeska Heli-Skiing

Into the Wild: Alyeska, Alaska

11th September 2015 - Andy Knights

In March 2015, North America specialist Andy Knights flew to Alaska for the snowboarding trip of a lifetime. Accompanying journalist Jane Mulkerrins to experience Alaska's steep & deep terrain in Alyeska Resort, Andy also spent a day heli-skiing with Chugach Powder Guides. He explains why...

Why our customer love Whistler Blackcomb. Photo: Helen Belcher

Why our Customers Love Whistler Blackcomb

3rd August 2015 - Craig Charley

In honour of Whistler’s 50th birthday this winter, we published a special edition Whistler newsletter to get you excited for the 15/16 season. If you haven’t already, you can read our Whistler newsletter online. As you already know how much we love Whistler, we spoke to some of our regular Whistler...

Ski Safari Dre 5 Years

5 Years at Ski Safari - What More Could a Girl Want?

1st June 2015 - Craig Charley

Today marked a special milestone as Switzerland and Asia Product Manager Andrea Selig made it to 5 years at Ski Safari. We celebrated with a glass of bubbly and the boss treated Andrea to a lovely Fossil watch (pictured below) so she has no excuses for being late now... We asked Andrea how it felt...

Ki Niseko

Release your inner Ki

26th May 2015 - Tara Rogers

A brand new luxury hotel, the Ki Niseko in Hirafu Village is one of the few ski-in ski-out properties in Niseko. Design aficionados will appreciate the contemporary Japanese design, crafted by renowned Hokkaido architect Koichi Ishiguro. All rooms have been furnished to maximise space and...

Oyado Furaya Onsen

Ever Wondered What It’s Like to Stay in a Ryokan?

15th May 2015 - Andrea Selig

A ski holiday to Japan is possibly like no other you’ve ever experienced; one of the ways to truly experience the country’s ancient traditions all within a ski town is by staying in a ryokan inn. Quality, not quantity Most are small buildings of no more than a dozen or so rooms, often facing a...