Whether you are a skier or boarder, a beginner, expert or somewhere in between, our in-depth ski resort reports on over 100 of the best resorts in Europe and North America will help you decide which are the best ski resorts for your needs and where best to ski and stay.
Search ski resorts by country, browse our “ten of the best ski resorts” lists below and be inspired by our “Resort in Focus” to help narrow your search and identify the best ski resorts for you, your family and friends…
Ski Resorts in Europe
Where are the biggest ski areas in Europe with reassuring slopes for beginners, masses of terrain for intermediates, motorway skiing for high mileage cruisers and challenging terrain for experts?
Which are the most snow-sure ski resorts in Europe and where is the best off-piste terrain for powder hounds? Where will you find Europe’s most family friendly skiing and which hidden-gem ski resorts offer better value for money than busier internationally renowned resorts.
Where will you find truly spectacular mountain panoramas, scenic Alpine villages, charming mountain towns and where are there good restaurants and accommodation both on- and off-mountain to help complete your skiing holiday, ideally without breaking the bank?
Ski Resorts in North America
Like the continent itself, skiing is big in North America and the continental climate means longer ski seasons with masses of snow and champagne powder in many resorts. Ski areas are measured in hectares rather than just the number or total length of ski trails and the defined ski area is made safe from avalanche, not just the trails.
Which ski resorts in USA and Canada should you choose to find the best for snow, for family skiing with nursery slopes for novices, progressing to long, well-groomed, easy trails to boost the confidence of beginners, and which are the best North American ski resorts for experts?
Which ski resorts in USA and Canada have the best scenery and good nightlife including good restaurants?
Where to ski and how to get there?
Where to ski and how to get there depends on where you live and on your appetite for adventure. UK skiers can fly short-haul to European ski destination in just a couple of hours via schedule or low cost airlines and Denverites can just jump in the car and drive to their favourite Colorado ski resorts for the weekend. But, if you are flying long-haul across the Atlantic in either direction or from even farther afield choosing the right ski resort is especially important.
Browsing our ski resort reports will help you narrow your search for the best ski destinations for you, including advice on how to get there, where to stay and help you make the most of your skiing or snowboarding holiday.