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Find out what the industry's leading journalists, bloggers, newspapers and magazines think of our ski holidays to Japan.
 
As one of the strangest winter specialist Andy Knights has ever seen in North America, he explains how the affectionately named Pineapple Express has created unseasonably warm weather for the Pacific Northwest. But what does this actually mean for you if you're heading to Whistler this winter?
 
Find out what the industry's leading journalists, bloggers, newspapers and magazines think of our ski holidays to Sweden.
 
With our Half Term Ski Offers on sale now for 2016 we thought it would be a good idea to look at last week's snow during half term in Scandinavia. A combination of great ski conditions and a huge range of activities on offer should make Scandinavia a strong candidate for anyone looking to get away with the family this time next year.
 
Have you ever wondered what it's like to take the world's 'Slowest Express Train'? Ski Safari Marketing Manager, Tara Rogers, found out what makes the Glacier Express Ski Safari so spectacular - and why it's not just for skiers, too!
 
A life-size gingerbread house, snowmobiling, snow tubing, oversize deckchairs, a frozen lake, cheese fondue and cocktails, not to mention five fantastic ski resorts – what more could two girls from our operations team ask for from a Ski Safari in the Canadian Rockies?
 
In our first snow report of 2015, we focus on an amazing weekend of snow in Norway.
 
Find out how Luke and Craig got on when they tried out the early season snow in Colorado's popular Breckenridge, Vail and Beaver Creek resorts.
 
Following on from our Christmas Eve post, the snow just keeps on coming...
 
It might not have been an awesome start for some resorts in Europe (although there are exceptions), but with recent storms and a few good snow dumps in Scandinavia and North America, we can tell you which of our resorts are killing it early season.
 
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