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Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Sledging in Switzerland takes the humble toboggan experience next level. Downunder it's usually left to casual snow visitors who don't want and/or can't afford to go skiing to just rent a basic plastic toboggan and go for a little slide on any patch of snow available. Or use a garbage bag. Even these spots are harder to...
Charging out of the start gate of the Lauberhorn Downhill race
World Cup Downhills for the Swiss are like footy grand finals for us, and they don't get any bigger, or longer than the Lauberhorn race at Wengen every January. Why not time your next, or first, Swiss snow holiday to overlap with the 91st running of this amazing race in January 2021? Not...
In any A-Z of World ski resorts Zermatt is truly saving the best till last. Zermatt gets no arguments from us about being the best ski resort on the planet. If it loses anything to Verbier for steep freeride terrain it picks up points for the historic village character, more classic hotels, and being car free. Of course the...

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

There’s 2 months to go ‘til closing; 100% of the resort’s open; fresh snow’s currently falling; and spring is in the air.  Jump on a plane and aim for Innsbruck, from there the huge resort of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is waiting to be enjoyed, as travel editor Dave Windsor and his mates recently discovered. Jarek,...
Swiss family farm traditions are alive and well in Zermatt, showing there is an alternative to the mega modern purpose built ski resorts so common elsewhere. Development doesn't have to mean destruction. You can have the latest and greatest lift systems alongside, or over, alpine terrain that reverts to it's centuries old role of pasture in summer.
A Swiss ski tour is special anywhere. There is just so much choice! The Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) has been pioneering and researching mountain routes for alpinists, hikers and skiers since 1863, and they are still finding new ones. Crossing the Swiss Alps has been a big deal for a lot longer than that...