Climbing in Zermatt

If you’re reading this, then you’re probably a skier or snowboarder, and skiers / snowboarders are generally: somewhat sporty, happy challenging themselves, not averse to the occasional dose of adrenaline, […]

Inclusivity in the mountains

The incredible thing about the increase of technology in the ski industry is the accessibility of the mountains. We see that in Zermatt every day, whether it’s the funicular dug through […]

Making the most of lockdown

Bored? Stuck in lockdown with nothing to do? Reminiscing about that time you were in the mountains skiing freely? Look no further, here’s my guide to lockdown.  I’ve seen some […]

What to Watch: Women’s Freeskiing

2020 would have been the year of women’s freeskiing, had it not become the year of ski resort closures. The level of women’s freeride and freestyle skiing is rocketing, and […]

When does it snow?

Or when is the good snow? Good question. The accurate answer… mainly in winter. Beyond that, it’s hard to give any hard and fast answers as there aren’t clearly defined […]

Summit’s disabled ski programme

This winter I am so fortunate to have the role of managing Summit Ski School’s Disabled Ski Programme. It was set up by my ex-colleague and good friend Ash Morton, […]

Zermatt…Snow sure skiing all winter

It goes without saying that each winter, whichever ski resort you are in there is a hope for plenty of snow, and then a bit more. It’s hard not to […]

Mountaineering in Zermatt

Here at Summit, we’re skiers first and foremost. There’s a good chance you are too if you’re reading this. Our best days of the year are generally in winter. So […]

Skiing after an injury

Whether it happens while skiing or not, an injury can be a great challenge. Even if an injury isn’t completely life changing, it can be hard to get back into […]

Zermatt for advanced skiers

If you like challenging black runs or want to head further afield off-piste, you’ll love what Zermatt has to offer. Each of the areas has black pistes and even challenging […]