Ski tips on how to choose a resort to ensure you ski on snow right up to the season end

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tips on how to ski on snow right up to the season end
 
aim high
  • Remember that altitude is your greatest asset, especially in the Alps.
  • That means, a resort which is 3000m high!
  • For example, head for the following;
France Austria
Tignes St. Anton
Val d'Isere Obergurgl
Val Thorens
Italy Switzerland
Cervinia Verbier
Zermatt
America St Moritz
Colorado resorts Saas-Fee
   
watch the weather

An increasingly more common way of booking holidays is to book the time off work, but not the holiday until the very last minute!

That way, you already have arranged the time off, you just need to take advantage of a late deal and check the latest weather reports for the resort with the best snow cover- its like your very own insurance!

To make your informed choice of resort, look out for news reports on:

  • recent snowfalls

  • low temperatures

  • good snow depths on upper AND lower slopes

  • high percentage of open lifts

  • weather forecasts

 


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