From first tracks at sunrise to fresh powder and back country trails, whether you’re a skier or a boarder, a novice or an expert, we’ll set you on the right path.
A three night glam experience which includes private helicopters, fine dining among the ice caves, a mixology lesson with 12,000-year-old Glacier ice and an ice-inspired afternoon tea is being offered by Shangri La Vancouver. The adventure showcases some of British Columbia at its coolest.
The 27 February is marked as International Polar Bear Day. However let’s remember the polar bear on more than just one day a year. International Polar Bear Day is aimed at raising awareness and understanding of the challenges faced by polar bears in a changing world.
Daniel Resnik sets sail to the continent of elephant seals and penguins with Ponant.
Winter is on our doorstep and so too hopefully is travel to New Zealand. For some truly grand mountains and breathtaking scenery, look at Wanaka and Queenstown for your next ski trip.
Canadian winters have a lot more going for them than just great skiing opportunities. With hot springs, winter glamping, and ice caving on offer you certainly won’t struggle to find plenty of winter activities to keep you warm and entertained.
Whoever said summer was the best season for cruising has never read this list. Discover the best in luxury winter cruising with First Class Magazine.
Tears for Fears may have wanted to rule it, but we think it’s way more fun to ski it …. especially in first-class style.
There are those who chase the sun, and those who chase the snow. If being surrounded by mountains, snow and apres ski chalets is your idea of a good time…
I’d always loved big cuddly creatures, especially those that lived in a land of ice, snow and glittering night skies.
Five Peaks, 2098 acres of expansive terrain and an average snowfall of 366 inches annually. Breckenridge truly is a snow lovers’ paradise!