Skiing

By Tempus | 26 Jan 2021

Five-star Higashiyama Niseko Village hotel opens in Japan’s frozen north

The Ritz-Carlton Reserve portfolio has unveiled the newest addition to its esteemed range of hotels; the Higashiyama Niseko Village, a stunning resort located in Japan's t... Read More

By Tempus | 08 Jan 2021

Nine post-lockdown learning holidays around the world which offer enriching escapism and community immersion

The UK entered its third national lockdown this week, but with vaccines being rolled out across the country and around the world, there is a great deal of hope and a clear demand for enriching, i... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Jan 2021

Sail like a super spy: step aboard the luxurious superyachts with gadgets straight out of a Bond film

007 is known for his super-fast modes of transport, from supercars to superyachts – all with the best gadgets at hand. And as holidaymakers turn to superyacht charter to avoid ove... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 20 Jul 2020

Get ready for Japan’s ski season with these three top resorts

Though the 2019/2020 winter season ended abruptly in the middle of March, there is hope for the future as next year’s ski season is set to be one of the best. Global tourism is beginning to reco... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 21 Apr 2020

Rediscover the adrenaline rush of real skiing with Colorado’s greatest runs

There’s something missing from modern skiing holidays. Admittedly, there’s nothing quite like getting back to that alpine wonderland, taking in the beauty of the mountains as you&rsqu... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 10 Feb 2020

48 hours in Oslo: fine dining in Norway's capital

Nestled in the lowland among winding, icy fjords at the base of snowy peaks, and just 10 miles from some of Norway’s most dense forestland, Oslo has, in recent years, earned itself a place among... Read More

By Inge Solheim | 10 Oct 2019

New frontiers: Adventurer Inge Solheim on why extreme trekking is the ultimate healer for the body and mind

Nothing puts the body though it's toughtest mental and physical paces quite like exploration in extreme conditions, as profesional adventurer Inge Solheim can concur. The internationally... Read More

By Sam Bradley | 07 Oct 2019

We head to Utah's Eriksen Stein Residences to discover the man who still inspires the luxury resort

Stein Eriksen lived an interesting life. A double gold medal-winning Olympic ski champion, the Norwegian was skiing's first superstar thanks to his handsome good looks, down-to-earth charisma and ... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Sep 2019

Discover why serious skiers – and investors – are making a downhill run to Niseko Village, Japan

With the Rugby World Cup heading to Japan in October, followed by the Summer Olympics in 2020 and Expo 2025, the world’s eyes are on the East Asian island nation. But while many still think of J... Read More

By Tempus | 03 Apr 2019

University challenge: why the Boat Race is still drawing the crowds

Sunday 7 April will see teams from Oxford and Cambridge Universities once again go head to head in a dramatic and deeply competitive four-mile race along the river Thames. Love or loathe it, the Boat ... Read More

By Tempus | 03 Jan 2019

Leo Trippi MD Oliver Corkhill tells Tempus how the wellness trend is hitting the slopes

With one in five travellers set to book a wellness trip in 2019, Oliver Corkhill, managing director of luxury travel company Leo Trippi tells Tempus how the trend has found its way into the ski indust... Read More

By Rose Adams | 17 Oct 2018

Tempus meets iconic jewellery designer Stephen Webster

Stephen Webster is one of the most prolific jewellery designers of our time. Renowned for his avant-garde collections inspired by a host of references from nature to music to literature, Webster has n... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 28 Mar 2018

Discover a new way to travel while expanding your property portfolio

Timeshare isn’t exactly the sexiest word in the dictionary, however, for the cash rich the concept can offer an excellent opportunity to invest in the global property market, while enjoying some... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 13 Mar 2018

The world's coolest Rock 'n' roll stylist William Gilchrist on what it means to be the sixth Rolling Stone

William Gilchrist is sitting at the bar of the Club at the Ivy, a martini (vodka, stirred with a twist) by his side. Perched on a bar stool, he scribbles into a leather notebook with his trusted fount... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 02 Feb 2018

How Florian Kohlbecker became the architect of a new style of mountain skiing

The PyeongChang Winter Olympics begin with a bang on 9 February, and for fans of snow-kissed sporting event and skiing alike know just how crucial it is to have the right gear for your descent. It&rsq... Read More

By Rose Adams | 16 Jan 2018

Dine on the slopes in style with Michelin-star chef Georges Blanc's super luxe Swiss Alps menu

A long day spent shredding on the slopes is bound to build up an appetite, and what better way to satisfy your hunger than a luxe dining experiece slope side? Gstaad’s latest boutique ... Read More

By Gabriella Le Breton | 21 Dec 2017

Take your skiing to even greater peaks with the adrenaline-fuelled sport of heliskiing

Nearly 55 years after the first commercial heliskiing trip, the adrenaline-fuelled sport of helicopter-assisted backcountry skiing remains every bit as thrilling, frivolous and addictive as ever, enab... Read More

By Rose Adams | 21 Dec 2017

Feast on the beauty of the Swiss Alps at Badrutt's Palace Hotel luxury pop up restaurant

You may be used to hitting the slopes for sports, but now you can hit them for fine cuisine too. Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace Hotel at St. Moritz Switzerland is offering ... Read More