Ski Destinations

Where to ski in the Alps in January

AT Kitzbuhel 3s Gondola Ski Lift © Kitzbuhel Tourismus 117x78Ski holidays are cheaper in January because there are plenty of January deals and special offers; the snow is crisper and the slopes are less crowded. But some ski resorts only get into their stride later in the season, so choose your ski destination carefully. Read more >>>

Val D’Anniviers – Switzerland’s hidden jewel resorts

Vercorin3 117x78Due to its proximity to some of Switzerland’s most illustrious ski resorts, Val d’Anniviers has managed to stay under the radar, but with five traditional Swiss resorts – St Luc, Chandolin, Vercorin, Zinal and Grimentz – and a total of 220km of marked pistes, this hidden jewel is well worth visiting. Read more >>>

Ski Juwel, Austria

Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau 117x78Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau – Austria’s premier ski resort is gearing up for an exciting season ahead with a large number of new attractions for families, skiers and snowboarders to enjoy. Read more >>>

Serfaus-Fiss Ladis – award winning family ski resort

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis 117x78Families love the award-winning Serfaus-Fiss Ladis! Among the best ski resorts in Tyrol, these three historic mountain villages are also a popular destination for freeriders, freestylers and après ski fans. Read more >>>

Unmissable Ski Destinations in Austria

Header-117x78Austria’s outstanding slopes, unique charm and excellent entertainment, make it a great choice for winter skiing. We’ve chosen eight great destinations to consider when planning a ski holiday this season. Read more >>>

Best of the Alps – twelve classic Alpine resorts

Best of the AlpsThe Best of the Alps is an association of twelve of the most prestigious mountain resorts in the Alps. Internationally renowned and instantly recognizable to skiers and non-skiers alike, the Best of the Alps resorts set standards that many other resorts aspire to reach.
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Brandnertal, Austria – great for families and short breaks

BrandnertalTake the early morning SWISS flight from Heathrow to Zurich uncrowded Brandnertal slopes by lunchtime. Modern and speedy lifts, uncrowded slopes, an excellent variety of pit stops for eating and drinking at fair prices and glorious views all round make Brandnertal a fantastic ski destination. Read more >>>

Graubunden, Switzerland – something for everyone

GraubundenDavos Klosters, Laax and Engadine St Moritz in the Graubünden region of Switzerland have something for everyone. And not just on the mountain.  Families will feel right at home with special ski areas for the kids and even a children’s cinema. 
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Jasper, Canada – it’s pretty wild out here

JasperJasper is a full-body experience. Rub elbows with wildlife in the park or the human wild life in town. Let your eyes feast on jaw dropping ice fields and glaciers as you traverse the glistening peaks of Marmot Basin. Real adventure and untamed excitement is yours for the taking in Jasper. Read more >>>

Nevada, USA – Lake Tahoe & Las Vegas – just Heavenly!

NevadaExperience the amazing sensation of skiing high above the sapphire blue waters of Lake Tahoe followed by the ultimate après-ski party in the ‘entertainment capital of the world’, Las Vegas. Your definitive winter sports holiday of a lifetime is waiting for you in Nevada!
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Park City, Utah, USA – the ‘Greatest Snow on Earth’

Park CityPark City consists of three resorts; Park City Mountain, Deer Valley and Canyons. They boast 58 lifts, 426 named runs and over 9,600 skiable acres of what Utah has trademarked as the ‘Greatest Snow on Earth’.
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Stowe, Vermont, USA – a world class ski resort

VermontStowe has been welcoming skiers for over 75 years and offers skiing for all ability levels The ski slopes are spread across Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak which linked by a two minute ride on the Over Easy Gondola lift. Stowe is a one of a kind ski resort.
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St Moritz, Switzerland – the birthplace of winter tourism

St MortizWhen it comes to snow, high-alpine south facing Engadin St. Moritz has it all: a beautiful landscape, glamour, and a balance of nature and tradition.  According to the legend it was here that winter tourism was born some 150 years ago.
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