January 28, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The guide covers topics as diverse as 'the essential slopes to try before you die', Michelin-starred restaurants near ski resorts and activities for non-skiing friends in the mountains, and is available in three languages - English, Dutch and French.
This is a rich resource for anyone who is interested in skiing, snowboarding, or indeed, just interested in Europe's mountain resorts. It is also intended to help winter sports enthusiasts to choose from the vast array of ski holiday destinations, so they can pick the right location for their interests and abilities.
Many online ski holiday guides are destination-based, but the SkiHorizon Ski Holiday Guide is different. The articles and navigation are based around different holiday types (family holidays, snowboarding, travelling in groups etc.) as well as the experience level of the skier or snowboarder.
SkiHorizon Ski Holiday Guide editorial team also understand that new skiers have very different needs to people who have a wealth of skiing experience to draw on, so there are a number of articles that have been written specifically with beginner skiers in mind. New skiers are given guidance on ski lessons, etiquette on the slopes and simple (but essential) details such as what to pack in their suitcases.
This doesn't mean that experienced skiers won't enjoy the SkiHorizon Ski Holiday Guide too. On the contrary, readers will discover lesser-known skiing areas, get insights into unforgettable off-piste adventures and are invited to share their tips and experiences.
Frederic Lanier, Search & Affiliation Marketing Manager for the Travel Horizon Group says: "The articles have been put together by an expert and enthusiastic team who are delighted to share their skiing, snowboarding and travel experiences with other snow sports fans."
"Anyone who has experience of booking ski holidays knows that the biggest challenge is making a decision about where to go - there is just so much choice! Our Editors have produced guides based on their personal experiences so our readers are better informed about what the facilities, activities and general atmospheres are at Europe's many ski destinations.
The SkiHorizon Ski Holiday Guides can be found at http://www.skihorizon.co.uk/ski-holiday-guide
Updates to the guide will appear weekly throughout the 20-11 winter ski season and new articles will continue to be published throughout the year, when there will be news and reviews of summer mountain activities.
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SkiHorizon is part of the Travel Horizon Group and has 10 years of experience range of ski-related holiday offers.
As the European leader for winter sports holidays, SkiHorizon is able to offer a huge range of mountain holiday options in more than 300 French, Italian, Austrian, Swiss and German ski resorts.
TravelHorizon is an international travel company and is active in France, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. TRAVELHORIZON GROUP, European N°1 in mountain holidays. Featuring brands as SkiHorizon, Totem, Halloween, SnowRental, Sportura or ChaletTravel. The group is present all across Europe, with main offices in the Netherlands and France.
The Group is designed to provide insightful information, the largest and most competitive choice of ski holidays in terms of geography, lodging types, availabilities and extra services.
TravelHorizon operates the labels http://www.skihorizon.com, http://www.sportura.com, http://www.halloween.com, http://www.totemvoyages.com, http://www.chalettravel.nl, http://www.spahorizon.com, http://www.net4ski.com, http://www.net4sea.com and http://www.travelhorizon.com
About the SkiHorizon Ski Holiday Guide editorial team
The writers and editors of the Guide boast a combination of skiing, travel and marketing experience between them.
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