The season before last, a journalist revealed in Forbes magazine the aspect of skiing that has provoked the most complaints in the decade-and-a-half during which he had been writing about the subject. Queues? Lift-pass prices? Boarders? No, none of the above. “The number one complaint I've heard, over and over, is about the cold,” wrote Larry Olmsted.
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Heavy snow fell across many Swiss resorts earlier this week, with more predicted and temperatures remaining low
The Lauberhorn is not so much the Grand National of alpine racing as the Epsom Derby
uring the peak winter-sports week of the year across the Alps, tempers are fraying as hundreds of thousands of skiers converge on resorts where at least some runs are open
Be prepared for whiteouts and powder days with some protective eyewear
Up to nine planes belonging to the royal family flew into Zurich between Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Warm temperatures in the last two months of 2015 have raised concerns for those looking forward to ski and snowboard holidays
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Louis Ross was with friends when he lost control at the same resort where Michael Schumacher suffered a brain injury
When it comes to these two sports, it’s not just the slope that’s icy
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St. Moritz City Race - 6 December
Switzerland and snow go together like sugar and spice. The result is a wintersports oasis accessible to all. Here is an overview of the best resorts and destinations
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