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Chemmy Alcott’s Ones to Watch in 2016

We’re always keen to keep an eye on current trends within the ski and snowboarding world, and it’s great to see which young stars are on the rise. We spoke to our brand ambassador Chemmy Alcott about her favourite faces to watch on the slopes; here are five people who Chemmy reckons are going to st... Read more

Choosing Skis - Chemmy Alcott helps you find your Ski Personality

What's your ski personality? Do you want 'safe', 'fun' or 'fat boy' skis? Choosing skis can be a bit tricky, so we've asked ex-Olympic skier Chemmy Alcott about the type of skis she recommends, based on the type of fun you’re looking to have. Are you a big mountain skier, a bump skier or do you ju... Read more

15 things you don’t know about Chemmy Alcott

You’ll probably know her best for her star turn at the 2014 Winter Olympics (and for being our brand ambassador, obviously), but just how well do you know Chemmy Alcott? We’ve found out some rather interesting facts about our favourite four-time Winter Olympian... “I got married in 2014 [to alpine ... Read more

5 excellent reasons to hit this season’s ski festivals

What else is out there for winter sports fans? If you’re a massive sports fan and you dream of hitting the slopes all year round, there are always new and interesting ways of feeding your passion. From snowbombing in Austria to watching the stars hit the slopes in London, the ski and snowboarding w... Read more

5 Places to Jet to For a Late Summer Break

There is a lot to be said for jetting off on a late summer break. To start with you will save a lot of money compared to if you travelled in the peak months. Secondly, the resorts will be quieter so you have a better chance of securing a good spot by the pool and on the beach. You can also get a tan... Read more

The ultimate guide to Altitude Comedy Festival in Austria

Comedy, skiing and a few beers - what could be better? When is it? January 2017 - dates TBC. Where? Mayrhofen, Austria. How much are tickets? Altitude offers two types of tickets - you can buy a wristband-only pass if you’re a local, or you can splurge on an all-inclusive package, so accommoda... Read more

Travel delays possible as snow, ice and gales hit the UK

The Met Office has warned that the UK could be hit by severe gales on Wednesday and Thursday, which could cause travel delays, cancellations, and potentially power cuts. 'Raw' gale force winds, snow and ice are expected to batter the UK, and it's even been suggested that coastal areas could be affe... Read more

Travelling as a student: Your questions answered

We believe that the world is yours for the taking, and travel’s a great way to relax while you study. Your time off is important, and feeling secure and confident about your travel insurance will help you get off to the best start. Students and their parents often have many questions about their po... Read more

US flights cancelled ahead of 'enormous' snowstorm

A huge snowstorm predicted to hit the north eastern United States has led to thousands of flights being cancelled. Snow is forecast for New York and Boston, as well as surrounding areas. Up to three feet of snow could fall by the end of today. British Airways has cancelled seven flights from Heath... Read more

Who’s playing at Snowbombing 2016?

What can you expect? Even though it’s one of the most enjoyable festivals for ski and snowboarding fanatics, be warned - Snowbombing is not for the faint hearted. This six-day stretch places as much emphasis on keeping your ski game on point as having a good time afterwards. So this means you’ve go... Read more

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