British professional snowboarder Aimee Fuller talks about her travels, revealing the best ski resorts to visit in Europe and the U.S and naming her favourite Winter Olympic destination
This week Olympic snowboarder, broadcaster and podcaster Aimee Fuller checks in to our travel Q&A
This week Olympic snowboarder, broadcaster and podcaster Aimee Fuller checks in to our travel Q&A.
She reveals her favourite ski resorts in Europe and the U.S, reflects on her most treasured Winter Olympic destination and lists the items she can’t travel without…
EARLIEST HOLIDAY MEMORY?
A day trip to Camber Sands in East Sussex, with Mum and Dad. I was full of energy as a kid, loved paddling, building sand castles and eating Calippo ice lollies.
FIRST TRIP ABROAD?
Lanzarote on a family holiday as a child. I went up the side of a volcano by camel.
Aimee climbed up the side of one of Lanzarote’s volcanoes (stock image above) on a camel on her first trip abroad
FAVOURITE WINTER OLYMPIC DESTINATION?
I explored Seoul after competing in the 2018 Olympics in South Korea. A highlight was a cat cafe where you drink tea, surrounded by felines. The food markets are amazing. I ate veggie tofu with kimchi.
THE BEST EUROPEAN SKI RESORT?
Austria’s Tyrol where you can buy one lift ticket and use it in many resorts. Tyrolean food may be a little heavy but it’s great once in a while. Who doesn’t love a Kaiserschmarrn [sweet pancake] at 2,000m?
FAVOURITE U.S. SKI RESORT?
Mammoth Mountain in California. The surrounding pine trees are beautiful, and you can combine snowboarding with a dip in the local hot springs. Perfect after a long day on the mountain.
ARE YOU A GOOD FLYER?
Yes, and I prefer long to short-haul flights as you can put your feet up and enjoy a podcast and a film.
Aimee says that Mammoth Mountain (above) in California is her favourite U.S ski resort. ‘The surrounding pine trees are beautiful,’ she reveals
TOP TRAVEL BEAUTY TIP?
Baby wipes so you can freshen up mid-journey. Also extra underwear.
CAN’T TRAVEL WITHOUT?
My sports bra and trainers so I can go for a run. I love to stay energised.
Right now, it’s Thailand.
- Aimee’s book Fear Less Live More is out now; her podcast Monday Mile is on all audio platforms.
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