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68 travel features tagged “Snow & Skiing”

Norway’s northernmost frontier

Braving the seemingly endless snow and bitter cold are the inhabitants of Svalbard, and the bears who outnumber them.
Read more… 12 January 2012


Worldwide Weird

Making ice hotels cool again

From an igloo disco to the world’s longest ice slide, these snow structures have fashioned new frozen water features to stand out from the icy pack.
Read more… 10 January 2012


Wintry sights along icy voyages

Three epic winter journeys broaden your mind and stimulate your senses, leading you over snow-capped mountains, through wildflower meadows and to views of dazzling glacial lakes.
Read more… 29 December 2011


A non-skiers guide to winter in Colorado

A number of skiing alternatives across the state make it easier to see Colorado’s winter best without the Rocky Mountain-high prices of lift tickets.
Read more… 16 December 2011


Beyond the Headlines

Skiing green trails

Resorts around the world are making efforts to offset the environmental impact of downhill skiing.
Read more… 14 December 2011


Worldwide Weird

Ski with Santa(s) in Whistler

The annual “Dress Like Santa Day” rewards the first 75 costumed Clauses with a free lift ticket to British Columbia’s Whistler Blackcomb ski resort.
Read more… 13 December 2011


Skiing Colorado’s 10th Mountain Division

With more than 350 miles of trails, wide-open wilderness and incredible backcountry skiing, a tour in Colorado’s 10th Mountain Division huts system is the stuff adventures are made of.
Read more… 12 December 2011


The Passport blog

Relighting Harbin’s history

In a city rapidly becoming Asia’s winter sports capital, the 2011 Ice Festival harks back to the pre-communist era.
Read more… 03 March 2011


Mini Guide

Mini guide to Finnish Lapland, Finland

The midnight sun, the Sámi peoples, the northern lights and the wandering reindeer are all part of the magic of Finnish Lapland.
Read more… 02 March 2011


Best city for winter 2011: Tallinn, Estonia

The Estonian capital, with its slanted red roofs, rocket-like spires and onion domes, turns into a snow-muffled fairytale in late November to early December.
Read more… 03 February 2011


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