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Skiers and riders from around the world battle the fog in Whistler for the World Skiing Invitational.

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Val Thorens opens Europe's highest zipwire at 3,230m...

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On a perfect moonlit night last week, the village enjoyed a spectacular party in the heart of the village square, beside a roaring fire.

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Joanna, CEO of Erna Low, was interviewed on BBC Radio 4 Today news programme in a live panel discussion with John Humphrys on whether Wintersports activities are still ‘posh’ activities.

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Ex Erna Low employee, Kim Hall shares the trials and tribulations of a first family ski holiday.

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Our friends at Zinio have very kindly given us 10 free magazine subscriptions to offer our readers. If you’d like to bag yourself a free subscription, simply enter our competition.

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This is a common argument amongst winter sports enthusiasts and everyone seems to have their preference, so it was interesting to hear from one of our regular clients, who has tried pretty much every method.

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How fitting is it that during the 80th anniversary of Erna Low, we now have our own entry on Wikipedia?

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Five skiers will today be trying to break the record for the fastest descent of Mont Blanc (from the top of the mountain to the church in Chamonix).

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While many ski areas have closed this weekend and most ski resorts will be closed by the end of April, Val Thorens, Europe’s highest ski resort, is open for another five weeks to 12th May.

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A moving carpet lift at Les Deux Alpes in France, the longest yet to be installed in the country, has replaced a double chairlift at the resort.

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Tim, our Erna Low man in Les Arcs, has been trying out parapenting:

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La Rosière has a great reputation as an excellent family ski resort. Our roving reporter, Iain Martin, put this to the test last week, by taking his own family out there:

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If you are driving to the Alps either this winter (thanks to the never-ending snow) or in future winters, then you must take snow chains with you.

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Just in case you wonder if we practice what we preach, here’s the first instalment of our CEO, Joanna’s annual drive to the Alps with her family

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Erna Low customer Danny Simpson tells us why he enjoyed travelling by Eurotunnel on his way driving to the Alps:

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Although it’s important to know how to use snow chains when driving to the Alps, a little known alternative is snow socks.

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These days the Internet does seem to be everywhere, but in Val Thorens, you can even get Wi-Fi access in some of the lift stations.

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Another question we at Erna Low get about driving to the Alps is how you pay your tolls on French motorways.

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Erna Low recently visited the FlexiPlus lounge at Eurotunnel in Folkestone to experience the free hospitality and make a journey to the Alps even more enjoyable.

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