With the European ski season over my guest blogger, Clare Hislop in Alpbachtal encourages us to explore her adopted home in the Spring.
LooKING at Life Skiing Comes First
The idea of a green ski resort is usually a sign that the snow over. No more; huge numbers of ski resorts are greening to save the planet.
Come winter and the first signs of snow, the news on every channel in the UK is about snow car chaos with abandoned cars everywhere.
Our guest post is from Baptiste, Ski of Persia; he takes us skiing Iran ski resorts and looks at the potential of these unknown mountains.
Launching off a mountain with skis attached to your feet, a fabric wing overhead and heading downhill is the sport of speed riding.
Cheese Fondue can definitely be the social and culinary highlight of any ski trip, but do you fancy replicating the experience at home?
Topfenstrudel is at No.5 in my Top 10 Vegetarian Meals available in Austrian Ski resorts. This version is crispier than the traditional.
The National Blood Service needs your blood now: If you’ve got the missing A, O or B. I’ve got the O negative.
If you’ve survived the ski crowds over British and German half term week, the ski weather will now be turning in your favour.
There’s never enough time to prepare for the ski season. When skiing, you always wish you had found more time to develop your core strength.
Writing Task Fourteen: What’s the biggest u-turn you have ever made in your life? Just a paragraph of your most finely wrought prose.
Snow conditions are often changeable, avalanche warnings are common and the mountains always need our respect.
Writing Task Thirteen: Make a list of your six favourite brews. What made them special and why do you remember them?
Writing Task Twelve: Think of three simple things are different since COVID 19 lockdown. How will those things change again in the future?
If seagulls are a flock cows are a herd, crows are a murder and geese are a gaggle, perhaps it ought to be a snowboarders sit!