Are you heading off to the slopes soon? A skiing holiday is such a pleasurable experience but the fact that skiing is something many of us do only a few times a year can be tough on our bodies. To make your skiing holiday more enjoyable and injury free, we at I Love meet and greet, have put together some very simple tips that will help you prepare your bodies for that skiing holiday.
Peter Hardy, one of the three editors of the ski information website Welove2ski and Ski Correspondent of Telegraph Travel, tells us about the season so far and how he gets to the airport on time.
It’s that time of the year again – the weather outside is frightful and the fire seems so delightful, as that oh so relatable song goes.
And yet, here in good old Blighty, we’re not so much letting it snow as letting it mildly drizzle, and a winter wonderland seems an age away. You’d be right in thinking it’s time for a holiday.
With a wet and windy British winter beginning to bite, but still no sign of the white stuff, many of us will dust off our ski equipment and pack up the family for a fun-filled adventure at one of Europe’s finest alpine resorts.
Whether you’re an off-piste specialist, a beginner dipping your toe in the powder, or a family-oriented skier, our guide is here to help you find the most suitable destination when flying from Gatwick Airport …
We’ve got a bundle of prizes and discounts on offer to anyone who would like us to meet and greet them at the forthcoming Ski and Snowboard Show.
Yes, we’d be delighted to see you at stand G2, near the main entrance of the show in Earls Court, London, running from the 30th October – 3rd November. This exhibition is the largest public winter sport event in the country, with all the major manufacturers displaying their latest kit including names such as Snow+Rock, Rossignol and Monarch.
Heading for the slopes at half term is becoming increasingly popular – and it’s well worth planning ahead to make sure you get the best deal.
Of course, organising your winter skiing holiday at the height of the summer might seem too organised, but it’s actually the ideal time to be thinking about snow.