One of the UK’s premier online retailers of high quality ski clothing have announced their top destination tips for the Christmas 2009 ski season.
According to Martin Rouse, Managing Director of Ski & Trek, “We offer a range of fantastic ski clothing for men, women and children, all at great prices. Our gear is high quality, despite coming in at a budget price – why not save some money on the ski clothing this year and really splash out on one of these fantastic destinations?”
Val Thorens, located in France, is Europe’s highest ski resort, and also welcomes the most international visitors; over 70% of Val Thorens’ skiers are foreign holidaymakers. Located in the French Alps the resort’s highest skiable peak, Pointe du Bouchet (3,200m) affords wonderful views of the surrounding mountain scenery.
Zermatt, situated in the Swiss Alps close to the Italian border, offers skiers guaranteed Christmas snow and a wonderfully picturesque location, great restaurants and a laid-back, relaxing atmosphere.
Solden in the Austrian Alps is one of Europe’s most well-known ski resorts, and with good reason. The resort has a fantastic party atmosphere and is the only ski destination in Austria with three mountains higher than 3,000m.
Merano 2000 is one of Italy’s most popular ski destinations. The resort is a great place to visit at Christmas thanks to its buzzing seasonal market, and also has over 40km of easily-accessible ski slopes.
Verbier is a magnet for experienced skiers, and demands a high-level of skiing expertise. It is also a popular holiday destination amongst the rich and famous, with regular visitors including Princes William and Harry, Victoria Beckham and James Blunt. Of course, this also makes the resort one of Europe’s most expensive ski destinations.
Ski & Trek were established in 2008 with the sole aim of offering quality all-weather clothing for the discerning, price-conscious customer. To find out more about Ski & Trek, or to take advantage of one of their great deals, visit the website at: http://www.ski-trek.co.uk/about-us/company-today.html.