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Good Times in Val d’Isere

 
We used Interactive Resorts to organise our ski trip last year and were impressed with the efficiency, helpfulness, online tools and above all the personal attention on offer.  So it came to pass that I used them again to organise this year’s trip, and spoke to Jim Lockett who upheld the values previously experienced!

Roller Skiing is no Disco.

Pre and post season fitness is always a concern for avid proponents of cross country and Nordic skiing; anyone whose definition of ‘physical activity’ encapsulates more than pottering to and from boozy lunches, and table top dancing at the après bar.
 
Originating around the 1950s when cross country skiing began to evolve into a competitive sport, the need for summer training became a concern until the concept of the roller ski was born.
 
It became an established competitive sport in its own right during the 1970s, and to

The Copelands go big in Val Thorens

Up at 3.00am on a Sunday morning for a 5.00am rendezvous with the whole group of ten people at Gatwick South terminal. A five man stag do of the previous year but this time tempered and enhanced by WAGS and girl chums. Why are we up so early?

Powder Mountain: Ski Resort of the Future

 
Powder Mountain is not a particularly well known ski resort; it has a 7000 acre ski area, seven lifts, a Mexican restaurant, a base lodge and no snow making facilities. All that looks set to change in the very near future with new investors looking to expand the village from a backwater to, well, a resort. 
 
Not just any resort either.

New Year Skiing in Meribel Mottaret

With just a few weeks left of winter 2014/15, we here at Interactive Resorts HQ have begun to cast our minds ahead to peak-date holidays for the 2015/16 ski season. It’s always been the case that when it comes to Christmas and New Year skiing, the early bird catches the worm - and we don’t foresee that changing any time soon!

New Year Merriment in Morzine

 

Hitting Speeds of 62.4mph in Courchevel

 
By Phil 
After recently travelling to Courchevel 1850 with Interactive Resorts/Mark Warner and staying in Le Dahu, I can’t thank Interactive Resorts enough for the hassle-free service that they gave; nothing was too much trouble from start to finish. I also have no idea how Jade at Interactive Resorts put up with our indecisiveness prior to making the booking.

Skiing’s top 5 Hardest Endurance Events

Sucker for punishment, maniacal about masochism or delighted by difficulty? This selection of ski-borne suffer-fests, some balancing precariously on the brink of possibility, is especially for you.
 

5. Kitzeinhorn Extreme.

Snow-Lovers Take Note: Geneva Airport Set to Expand

 
With rising passenger numbers and a distinct lack of space, Geneva Airport was in dire need of an overhaul. Providing access to ski resorts within France, Italy and Switzerland, the airport has grown considerably since it was built in 1968, with the biggest changes occurring over the last few years.

La Plagne: Why We're Going Back Next Year

-By Rob
 
Booking a holiday online still feels like a risk, in comparison to the days when you left the travel agent who had provided you with the physical evidence of your custom. As a father of a six year old, I can not afford for this to go wrong and with some trepidation I booked through a firm that I had not heard of before, but whom seemed professional both online and in the brief phone conversation I had with them.

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