Ginny Orange

Ski Expert



Growing up in the New Zealand countryside I learnt to appreciate everything the outdoors has to offer and couldn’t be more thankful. At 14 years old I chased the all-round dream of becoming a full-time ski racer. This resulted in 15 years of back-to-back winters from NZ to Canada, America and Austria. Following my career, I had a short stint living in China, but then decided London was where I needed to be – awesome city and the gateway to Europe! 

I started out skiing as a young Mogul Muncher as we were called back in the day. Every weekend was spent driving up Mt Hutt (yes, we have to literally drive up our mountains down-under), where the days were filled with whizzing down the mountain and eating lunch in the back of the car.

As I grew older and my passion for the all-around grew, I eventually turned the fun weekends into an Alpine racing career. So, the snowy weekends up Mt Hutt and lunches in the backseat turned into summers spent in the Northern Hemisphere, training and racing at various resorts and essentially seeing the world and its snowy peaks in the best way possible!


Number of seasons

15+ back-to-back between New Zealand, Canada, America, and Austria


My favourite resorts

The hardest question yet! Possibly Panorama because of the becoming views, runs are crisp, and the hot pools at the end of the day are bliss.
Val Thorens is one of my favourite European resorts. There is plenty of nightlife and great skiing to cover, especially when you cross over into other resorts in the Three Valleys.


What my clients say

"Fantastic service from Ginny from start to finish. We will definitely book again!!"

Ski Solutions Client

feefo gold award



Skiing Wisdom

Best Moment

My best moments have been either enjoying continuous days off to powder with friends or lazing in the sun on a resort soaking up the amazing atmosphere. Every day on the mountain is the best moment in my opinion!

Top Tip

Check out the smaller local resorts – best powder days of my life have been off the beaten track on the small local mountains. Also stay on the mountain whenever you can. First tracks galore!




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