A few more celebrities added to our list of famous people who like to ski or snowboard.
It will come as no surprise to learn that Germany manufacturers some top-notch skiwear and outdoor labels, with great names such as Bogner, Schoffel and Jack Wolfskin. Even the exclusive Toni Sailer Sports brand is German, despite him being an Austrian skiing legend !
With all the main snow sports now gearing up for the start of their seasons, it's a good time to check out some information on a few of the top names in winter sports.
For anyone thinking of heading to any of the German resorts it's worth having a look at some of the country's major winter and mountain events, in case you fancy arranging your trip around them.
You'll be pleased to hear that a new top tip has been added to the list, which you may (or may not) find useful...
For anyone in or around the Middlesex area, here's our list of your local ski and snowboarding shops.
We all love top tens. And we all love ski resorts. So here's our section for both...
All the details on The Snow Centre indoor ski slope at Hemel Hempstead. The UK's newest indoor ski slope, it features a 160m long main-slope and the UK's longest 'lesson' slope.
The Alpine capital of ballooning celebrates it's main festival in the heart of winter, making it worth a visit during a ski or boarding holiday.
It's the longest downhill on the World Cup circuit, and the one with the most dramatic backdrop. It's the Lauberhorn.
The resort's image as a millionaire's playground is enhanced further when the frozen lake is turned into a horse racing circuit over 3 weekends in February.
Home to one of the world's most famous and spectacular ski races, Wengen is situated in one of Switzerland's most beautiful locations, with incredible views everywhere you turn.
Grindelwald is one of the classic Swiss resorts, with a view of the Eiger that simply cannot be beaten.