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Ever wondered what the slopes are like in Japan? Wonder no more, as Niseko has joined the list of ski resorts around the world to have its runs added to Google Street View - a first in Asia.
 
Today marked a special milestone as Switzerland and Asia Product Manager Andrea Selig made it to 5 years at Ski Safari.
 
A high speed quad lift is scheduled to open on Sunshine Mountain, and unbelievably is going to be the first of its kind in the country's ski resorts. Read the story in full to find out why.
 
The Ki Niseko in Hirafu Village, designed by renowned Hokkaido architect Koichi Ishiguro is creating a buzz as Niseko’s newest luxury ski-in ski-out property.
 
Exciting news for one of the USA's most prestigious ski resorts (and a rather notable ski area to boot); the destination has announced new lift pass rates which mean savings of up to 40%. We explain how you can make the most of the early booking rates.
 
Hurtling down a mountain in an inflatable water raft isn’t the first thing that might spring to mind as something you’d experience on a ski holiday, nor Airoarding on immaculately groomed pistes under bright Norwegian moonlight. Find out how the Ski Safari team's skills stood up to these off-piste activities when when they visited Beitostølen ski resort this winter.
 
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort turns 50 this year and is celebrating with the brand new Teton Lift, giving access to some immense previously only hike-to terrain.
 
Park City and Canyons, always hugely popular, are now to become even better. We explain the exciting plans to connect the two mountains to create the largest single ski area in the USA.
 
On the back of another huge winter on the east coast of Canada, it could well be time to tuck into a powder trip of a lifetime with the new St Lawrence Summits lift pass.
 
James, Andrea and Vicky test drive our newest twin centre, Steamboat and Winter Park, and are given the white carpet treatment.
 
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