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Val d’Isère Review

Rating: ★★★★★ 9,5 out of 10 Val-d’Isère is the most famous winter resort in France. With Tignes it forms one of the largest snow sports areas in France and Europe. The village was host to the biggest skiing competitions in the world. Freeriding opportunities are endless. It is frequently visited by royalty and celebrities. Val-d’Isère is […]


 Rating: ★★★ 6 out of 10 “Stara Planina (Old Mountain in Serbian) is, after Kopaonik, the second largest ski resort in the country. It is great for families with children and beginners. Experienced skiers are going to be bored after 2 days. Stara Planina might be good for off piste skiing if there is enough snow. Nature […]

Borovets Review

Rating: ★★★ 6.9 out of 10 “Borovets is the oldest winter resort in Bulgaria. It was built by Bulgarian kings at the end of the 1890s as hunting grounds. The village was transformed into a popular skiing destination during the 2nd half of the 20th century. Surrounded by beautiful ancient alpine woods it is the 2nd largest […]

Nendaz Review

“Nendaz is part of the huge 4 Vallées (4 Valleys) ski domain, the largest in Switzerland. It is ideal for intermediate and expert skiers. The domain has breathtaking views everywhere you look. It could be a perfect setting for James Bond films thanks to high mountain peaks, huge gondolas, an artificial lake with a big […]

Jahorina Review

Updated on the 20th of November 2022 “Jahorina hosted women alpine events during 1984 Sarajevo Olympic Games. You can’t have better recommendation for a resort, can you? But since its golden age during the 80’s Jahorina has crossed the long way to hell and back. The 90’s war in Bosnia and Herzegovina threatened to completely […]

Saalbach Skicircus Review

“Saalbach is part of Skicircus domain, the second largest ski area in Austria. Infrastructure is perfect. The resort is best suited for intermediate skiers. Views are stunning. There is a big number of spots where you can go off piste. Fieberbrunn is a regular stop on the Freeride World Tour. Snow reliability is good, but […]

Zell am Ziller – Zillertal Arena Review

Rating: ★★★★ 8,3 out of 10 “Zell am Ziller is a village situated in Zillertal valley in the western Austrian province of Tyrol. It is a part of the Zillertal Arena domain. Slopes are best suited for intermediates, beginners and families. Pistes are diverse, but expert skiers might find them unchallenging. This part of Austria […]

Avoriaz Review

Rating: ★★★★ 8,1 out of 10 “Avoriaz is ski resort situated on French-Swiss border. It is part of Portes du Soleil domain. The resort is best suited for beginners and families. Lack of expert slopes is evident. There is big number of linking runs or flat parts where you will have to walk or take off your […]

Popova Sapka and Eskimo Freeride Review

Updated on the 29th of January 2022 “Popova Sapka is the most famous winter resort in Macedonia. It is an off piste paradise, especially if you try snow cat skiing with Eskimo Freeride. Once you visit Popova Sapka you will want to come back for sure. Your experience will be totally different to western European […]

Kitzbuhel Review

Rating: ★★★★★ 9,0 out of 10 “Kitzbuhel, also known as Kitz, is one of the most famous ski resorts in Austria and Europe, mainly thanks to its world renowned, notoriously dangerous WC downhill run called Der Streif. But there is much more to it. The beautiful medieval city centre is full of designer shops and posh hotels. […]

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