Ski portals SKI.sk and YETI.sk merge

OPERATORS of ski portals SKI.sk and YETI.sk have merged their domains to create a new Internet web page, www.ski.sk.

Check it all out on www.ski.sk.
OPERATORS of ski portals SKI.sk and YETI.sk have merged their domains to create a new Internet web page, www.ski.sk.

Both portals have provided snow news and information on ski resorts in Slovakia since the 1990s. YETI.sk was the first complete ski server in all of Central Europe.

The new Internet web page, in seven languages, offers data on about 225 Slovak ski resorts, 12 ski destinations abroad, latest snow reports, a calendar of events as well as comparison of ski resorts from the viewpoint of prices and facilities. The site includes all kinds of information on services linked with skiing including accommodation, sale of ski outfits, info on ski schools, ski rentals and other services.

It also encourages winter sport lovers to share their experiences.


- JL

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