Caroline Bishop gets to grips with the newest winter sport to arrive in Gstaad.
A century after absinthe was outlawed in France, Caroline Bishop goes on the trail of wild, green fairy liquid.
Temperatures in a valley of the Swiss Jura can drop below minus 40C, but the villages of La Brévine show Caroline Bishop that there’s beauty in the cold.
How come a country this beautiful has just one national park? On the 100th anniversary of its creation, Caroline Bishop explores the alpine reserve whose strict rules keep it as pristine as it was in 1914.
Caroline Bishop hits the slopes of Grindelwald to test her balance on the pleasingly odd velogemel.
As the Swiss Alpine Club celebrates its 150th year, Caroline Bishop sets off on an awe-inspiring trip, staying at the organisation’s simple mountain huts.
‘Camping’s a happy business. If not, you’re doing it wrong’
Behind the scenes in the cockpit.
‘They want adventure but they don’t want the worry’
The people behind passenger satisfaction… and safety.