Snowsports Holiday Advice

Snow.Guide shares it’s advice and stories from ski and snowboarding destinations throughout the world.

Where To Ski In Austria Book Review

The Where To Ski & Snowboard series was considered a ski lovers bible and ran for many years.  The new Where To Ski series breaks up the guide into bite-sized chunks by concentrating on individual countries in separate publications. 

Extreme Luxury in Gstaad Switzerland

Gstaad isn’t the easiest ski resort to get to in the Alps, but perhaps that’s part of the appeal – it feels almost like an isolated kingdom, exclusive, charming and picture postcard perfect.

Strictly Come Pisting In Champoluc, Italy

Perhaps it’s not the obvious choice for a family ski holiday – on the face of it, one the largest ski areas in the Alps, dominated by its second highest mountain range, Monterosa.

A Family Summer Holiday in Alpbach

For our family summer holiday, we decided to head to the mountains and travelled to Alpbach in Austria.  Not being the usual beach holiday, none of us really knew what to expect and the kids were very excited, if not a little curious.

Mountain e-biking holiday at the Val Gardena, Italy

A Mountain e-biking holiday at the Val Gardena, Italy, around the famous Sella Ronda route in the magnificent Dolomites is something everyone should experience.  And that is the best thing about e-bikes, for they make biking holidays in the mountains accessible to anyone of any age and ability.

The Snow.Guide is a snowsports website by Robert Stewart, qualified ISIA ski instructor and ski journalist and snowboard editor Mark Barber.

  • Breakfast at the Adlers Hotel in innsbruck with awe365
  • Fine dining in the mountains VGardena boardvalgardena Dolomites inghams
  • snowboarding in the dolomites VGardena boardvalgardena Dolomites inghams
  • Amazing lunch at the smallest hut of the dolomites Refugio
  • Vivas!Gin an Tonics at La Stua A choice of25!! LaStua
  • Just a small one then! VGardena boardvalgardena Dolomites inghams awe365

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