The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang in 2018 led to a lot of investment in ski resorts; so now is the time to add South Korea list.
The Rest of the World
Over the past 15 years, Japan skiing has seen a huge increase as British skiers are keen to experience their famous powder.
If you’re heading to Japan to ski the immense powder fields of Shiga Kogen or Hakuba Happo-One, then Kiroro might make the itinerary.
If you only get one precious ski holiday a year, don’t ski in October, but if you’re lucky enough to be passing by any of these ski resorts, pop in.
In a fabulous guest blog, Matt Appleford from The Adventure Project excites us about the prospect of skiing in Gulmarg Ski Resort, Kashmir Himalayas
For me, July skiing is a day in the Snowy Mountains, Australia (that’s another story). Other than that, I haven’t actually skied in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Ski Season has returned to South America. All the major ski resorts are now open, and there is fantastic skiing to be had.
Heli-skiing has become an increasingly popular activity since it first became a thing in 1960’s. Today, there are established operators around the World