Everyone is talking about climate change and what we as consumers – and skiers – can do about it. The “reduce, re-use, recycle” mantra has been joined by a new eco-trend: buying is out, renting is in. Ultimately, ski clothing rental is good for the environment and good for your budget. Pretty cool, right? Read more here ...
Read all about an entire village that is dedicated to skiing. We sat down with Alexander Kalss, the Managing Director of Hagan Lodge Altaussee to find out more about this amazing ski resort and the historical development of the lodges.
As experts in skiwear, one of the most frequently asked questions we get at SkiGala is how to dress for skiing. There is a delicate balance between keeping warm and dry yet without the risk of overheating. We have put together some straightforward tips to maximize your comfort on the slopes.
Safer skiing - safety tips for skiing! Let's be honest here, skiing is a high-speed sport. Even if you are taking it at a leisurely pace, there will be other skiers on the slopes who are traveling faster than most inner city cars. A few simple safety tips can help prevent accidents and injury and ensure that your ski day is always your best day.
We honestly believe that the success of a family ski vacation depends on keeping the kids warm and dry on the slopes. But there is a balance to find somewhere between keeping your child warm and dry yet without the risk of overheating. Fortunately there are a few basic guidelines that make dressing for skiing simpler.