by John Hartnett - 2007-01-19
I subscribe to "Outside", a magazine that celebrates the lives of those who live life to its fullest: mountain climbers, surfers, explorers, white water rafters, back packers, triathletes, people who ...
by Martymac - 2007-01-25
If you're interested in finding an action packed adventure holiday, there are few more enjoyable options than skiing. Skiing is one of the most popular winter sports in the world, and provides exce...
by Car Hire 3000 - 2007-02-12
The Alps do not lose any of their majesty when the snow is gone and there is much more to Verbier than just wintersports. There are over 400 kilometres of well-tended footpaths, allowing visitors to e...
by Qing Gu - 2007-03-11
Family ski vacations are among the most popular Christmas vacation ideas now days. These vacations are great fun if you are into winter sports.All it requires is for you to take your family to a ski r...
by Claudia Beckford - 2007-10-28
On October 27th and 28th the FIS (Fédération Internationale de Ski) will begin their Alpine and Cross-Country World Cups season in Sölden, Austria and Düsseldorf, Germany. This year in Sölden the cond...
by Claudia Beckford - 2007-11-05
On October 27th and 28th the FIS (FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationale de Ski) will begin their Alpine and Cross-Country World Cups season in SÃ¶lden, Austria and DÃ¼sseldorf, Germany. This year in SÃ¶l...
by Xiao gang - 2007-11-16
Sledding is one of those winter sports that children often enjoy, and many adults too. There are so many ways you can go sledding that you can make do with just about anything. It can be an impr...
by JIM GARZA - 2008-05-20
Non-profit organizations are helping to disprove the common notion that disabled people cannot participate in sports. They are actively training disabled people to develop skiing and snowboarding ...
by Robert - 2008-08-30
As flowers bloom, as grasses grow, as river waters flow, the Val di Sole also transforms into a new ski resort. It is a summer resort in the alpine regions.In the previous winter, the Val di Sole has...
by Robert - 2008-09-01
Really, the Romans built the town to accommodate their holiday fancies. The town square's hub is the celebrated Piazza Cavour and Via Roma. In the olden days, Bormio was a central trade and barter lo...