For Friends And Fans From The U.K. -- READ -- "How will Brexit impact ski holidays?" from The Telegraph

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As we all know, Ski Rex HQ is currently situated in the northeast of the United States, which is the region we refer to as New England. It would seem that there are ski questions being asked by our friends from original England, as well as the other countries from the U.K. and those all have to do with Brexit.

As an American, I can say that my knowledge of Brexit is limited. I do know that the deadline is coming up pretty quick and that seems to leave some questions about the spring skiing season for those who planned to visit E.U. ski resorts.

Some of this might be old news for some of you, or new if you are an American reading this, but it is still some good general information to have. From The Telegraph, I offer this article.

How will Brexit impact ski holidays?

Since the British public voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 there has been a near-constant stream of warnings and advice for travellers concerned with how Brexit will affect their holiday plans.

According to the article, for the most part, all of you skiers from the U.K. should be alright for the remainder of the season and should be able to go ahead and start booking for next season as well. There are a few things that you might need to watch out for concerning travel, so make sure you have your passport and travel documents in order before heading out, especially if you plan to drive. As always, if you are unsure about anything, contact your travel agent and any travel authorities that your county may have.

Oh, and if none of that works for you and you want to make it really easy, just come to the United States instead. A good amount of some of our most popular ski spots are going to have long seasons and we love visitors.


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