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A ski or snowboarding holiday just isn't what it used to be. We don't mean that in a negative way either - on the contrary; all sorts of new-fangled technological advancements have made planning, recording and sharing your ski holiday a lot more interactive, fun and ultimately safer than even half a decade ago.
If you’re anything like us, then you’ll have been counting down the days to the beginning of the season since the end of the last one. Two hundred days of ski abstinence has us itching to get back on the slopes as soon as we hear the words ‘first snow fall’. So now summer has come to its end and we can well and truly begin the winter countdown; what better way to fast forward that ticking clock and get into the winter spirit than with news of the upcoming pre season film screenings set to hit the capital.
If you’re one of those skiers or boarders who itch to get up a mountain the moment the first flake of snow falls, you’ll probably already making full and improper use of your employer’s time by looking for early season ski deals. Before you get fired then, here at Last Minute Ski Deals we’ve pulled together all the tips, tricks and last minute deals so you can be among the first on the slopes this season. (You’re welcome.)
With summer turning to autumn and winter looming large in the distance, skiers across the land are switching their attentions to the slopes. Many big groups hoping for sole use of a chalet over peak dates like Christmas are already booked up into their first-choice property, their fingers now crossed for another bumper start to the season.
The managing director of Austrian resort, Lech has devised a unique way of preparing the ski slopes for the upcoming winter ski season.
Last year, Michael Manhart put 23 Highland cattle out to graze on the slopes of the Austrian ski resort. The idea was to get the cattle to churn the ground over with their hooves and remove the shrubbery to allow the new snow to stick on the slopes better.