Travel: Dizzying heights on the piste
The pandemic hiatus has given ski resorts plenty of time to spruce up their offerings, and there’s plenty of extra fun to be had on the slopes
With Covid-19 an ongoing reality in our lives, ski and snowboard fans are waiting with bated breath to see how this season will unfold.
When something like normality resumes, mountain lovers are guaranteed a better than ever post-lockdown ski holiday experience. There are luxe hotel openings, incredible new lift systems and lots of entertaining activities to enjoy – from ice floating and moonbiking (electric snowbiking) in French resorts to night bathing in Austria’s thermal spas,...
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