Inghams ski holidays

Inghams has contacted us to alert members to their ski holiday offerings, especially their cross country ski destinations.

 

Cervinia by Leo-Setä

Already the winter destinations, like Cervinia ski resort, are preparing for the influx of winter visitors and skiers are gearing up for the winter season. There are many resorts offering cross-country skiing, so let’s remind ourselves of some of the premiere cross-country skiing resorts.

Yllas in Lapland offers an excellent network of cross-country ski trails. The first trails are usually opened at the beginning of October, with the rest of the trails opening later in the year. Lapland has an incredibly long season, so cross-country skiers can get the most out of the resort. The cross-country skiing in this region is open to all ability levels, plus there are refreshment huts along the way. This resort is stunning with so much to explore while taking in the wonderful scenery.

Yallas By Leo-seta

Seefeld in Austria, one of the largest cross-country areas in Europe, offers over 260km of trails. The resort uses snow cannons throughout the season and trails are free to use with a Seefeld guest card. With trails linking the villages of Seefeld, Leutasch, Mösern, Reith and Scharnitz you can explore a huge region and all for free. The resort has 154km of classic trails and 112km of skating trails, so you have the chance to take advantage of both styles of skiing. There is even a specialised cross-country ski school, if you fancy brushing up your skills.

Kandersteg in Switzerland is also well known for its beautiful scenery, which makes this cross-country skiing in the region even more enjoyable. The trails in the region are well maintained and they lead you through some of the most beautiful terrain in the world. The trails lead you through forests and over streams; you also have the opportunity to see Oeschinen with its frozen lake.

The 2012 season is approaching fast and with so many great resorts there is no excuse.

 

Thanks to Alex Ridgway, Leo-setä and Paul Fenton for the use of their images

Seefeld by Alex Ridgway

Kandersteg by Paul Fenton