InTheSnow Magazine have been exclusively selected by Monarch Airlines to publish their ski in-flight magazine for the 2012/13 winter ski season.
This exclusive deal with Monarch is the second time InTheSnow has been selected to publish an in flight ski magazine having published the SnowJet magazine during the 20122/12 ski season.
This agreement sees InTheSnow magazine producing a bespoke version of the UK's biggest ski magazine for Monarch customers to enjoy whilst on board. The first issue will launch in November 2012.
This is Monarchs maiden voyage into the ski market place and they are flying to some of Europe's best destinations in order to guarantee the most time on the slopes.
'InTheSnow an exclusive 3 year deal to publish the in-flight magazine for SnowJet'
In 2010, InTheSnow launched Powder Retreats, their flagship, niche coffee table publication aimed at the highest spenders in the ski marketplace. Designed to showcase the most luxurious and unusual ski hotels and chalets from all over the world, the launch issue successfully featured hotels, chalets and even mountain pods from every corner of the skiing world from Canada to Lebanon!
Reaching a guaranteed high net worth worldwide readership through a network of the most coveted locations, Powder Retreats remains a unique publication. 25,000 copies are distributed through 3,500 world class locations in 15 countries. These include boutique hotels, spas, private heliports, 1st class airline lounges and private members clubs and 7,500 copies are sent direct to private clients
Edited by Patrick Thorne, listed as: 'One of 20 people to know in skiing' by The Times, having skied some 250 ski resorts the world over, no other could edit such a publication. The hotels and chalets you will find here go that extra mile to make your stay simply unforgettable. This publication guarantees to reach the UK's highest income skiers.
The Ultimate Ski Accommodation Guide a unique publication in the UK showcasing beautiful quality features of 3-5 star ski hotels and chalets from all over the world.
This lovely quality, glossy publication is sent direct to 9,000 registered subscribers. 25,000 copies are distributed across 10 countries spanning 15 ski resorts worldwide. Additionally they are distributed at UK ski shows and with Snow+Rock's online sales.
The format is loved by skiers nationwide as it provides superb images, the need to know facts as well as quality information about every chain or independent residence featured. For 2011/12 now in it's 3rd year, the Ultimate Guide will be bigger and better than ever, using a larger format for each feature as well as the huge increase in European distribution.
Italy’s most northerly region, South Tyrol (also known as Südtirol) is also one of its most enticing for winter sports fans. Home to the world’s largest fully interconnected ski area, the Dolomiti Superski (1200km), and the world’s second largest inter-connected ski area around the Sella Ronda (500km), skiers and boarders can feel that they can ski forever from one cosy village to another, always with the spectacular pale limestone and sedimentary rock cliff formations of the Dolomites towering dramatically above.
The region, located midway between Verona and Innsbruck is home to world famous resorts like Val Gardena/Gröden, as well as dozens of other important ski areas which deserve to be better known to British skiers and boarders. Only two percent of the people on the slopes here each winter hail from Blighty, but they’re easy to reach with the major ski tour operators or independently.
Largely undiscovered choices include the gourmet Mecca of Alta Badia, already ‘found’ by Tom Cruise and George Clooney and home to a host of Michelin starred chefs, or Plan de Corones/Kronplatz with its hi-tec network of gondola lifts serving some of the toughest terrain in the Alps, as well as less demanding terrain. Wine is another regional strength with 27 of the region’s wines have been awarded the ‘Tre Bicchieri’ (three glasses), prestigious Italian wine award.
All the most interesting a destination because of its history as a cultural and geographic melting pot., the region has a varied landscape ranging from alpine meadows and mountains, to Mediterranean palm vs. Cyprus with the Dolomites above now registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Vertical Drop Magazine is brought to you by the makers of InTheSnow - the UK’s most read ski magazine. Using our own familiar style and format and with the same winning editorial team on board, Vertical Drop leads the way in summer mountain travel outdoor sports publishing and the best news is....it’s FREE! Vertical Drop will keep you completely up to date with news stories from around the world, information on all the latest must have gadgets and gear and introduce you to the most incredible resorts and venues to enable you to get involved in some unforgettable mountain adventures. Launched in 2011 Vertical Drop Magazine now publishes three issues for summer 2012, in April, June and August. With 30,000 copies produced every month and available FREE from over 300 of the UK’s leading outdoor sports specialists and activity centres, this is a must have ‘freemium’ magazine for anyone with a passion for the outdoors. Alternatively read the online version or subscribe on the website to ensure you receive your copy of Vertical Drop Magazine every month. Of course when the nights finally begin to draw in and the Summer turns to Autumn, fear not...InTheSnow Magazine is just around the corner and so with our great publications Vertical Drop and InTheSnow...you really can have it all.