Ski Safari Blog

Tara Glacier Express Ski Safari

What's the Glacier Express Ski Safari Really Like?

28th January 2015 - Tara Rogers

Plenty of sunshine, skiing - and just as much Glühwein: What makes the Glacier Express Ski Safari so spectacular - and why it's not just for skiers, too! A pre-Christmas trip to Switzerland is the perfect warm up to the festive season, as Marketing Manager Tara Rogers and her non-skiing companion,...

Breckenridge Blue Skies

Early Season Bluebird Days in Colorado

7th January 2015 - Craig Charley

The latest additions to the Ski Safari team, Luke and I hit the jackpot on our first research trip to experience, first-hand, a Colorado Ski Safari in the first week of December 2014. After stepping off a 10-hour flight there are few more welcoming sights than a comfortable shuttle equipped with a...

Ski Safari Team - Trysil 2014

Ski Safari comes top with Ski Club of Great Britain!

10th December 2014 - Richard Rice

In the summer we asked our customers to take part in the Ski Club of Great Britain's Consumer Research survey. With nearly 15,000 people taking part, it was the largest survey of skiers ever undertaken in the UK. Amongst other things, respondents were asked how happy they would be to recommend...

Andrea and Rich in South Korea

7 things you didn’t know about skiing in South Korea

7th August 2014 - Andrea Selig

In keeping with Ski Safari's pioneering spirit and our aim to bring UK skiers new and interesting ski holiday experiences, a trip to South Korea is about so much more than just the skiing! With an emerging ski scene and host to the Winter Olympics in 2018, South Korea is a fascinating cultural...

Bryggen wooden houses credit Bergen Tourist Board-Christer Ronnestad

City & Ski Breaks in Scandinavia

5th August 2014 - Andy Hemingway

Let’s face it, most people choose their ski holiday without giving a second thought to the city they’re flying to - it’s all about getting to and from the ski resort as quickly as possible. And yet in Scandinavia it is these gateway cities, rather than the ski resorts, that are the most visited and...

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