Whistler, Canada

A ski resort located in British Columbia, Canada. Whistler and Blackcomb mountains sit side by side in the area. These magnificent snow topped mountains boast the best skiing – as well as the largest ski area – in North America and few people leave feeling disappointed by the skiing conditions, the efficiency, the amenities, the activities or the positive atmosphere. Read More..

 

 


Bansko, Bulgaria

The town of Bansko is located at the north-eastern foot of the Pirin mountain, near the river Glazane. The town is also just 160km from Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia. Bankso is Bulgaria’s number one ski resort and boasts a brilliantly modern ski centre – the most modern of all ski resorts across the country and has undergone massive renovations and been the focal point of massive investment. Read More..

 

 


Vail, Colorada

Vail mountain is surrounded by Vail Village, Golden Peak and Lionshead. Vail ski resort can be found next door to the town of Vail, in Eagle Country, Colorado. Vail ski resort is one of the highest ranking resorts in the world and has a well documented reputation of adhering to the needs of every kind of skier and snowboarder both on and off the slopes. Read More..

 

 


Chamonix, France

Not too far from Geneva, this beautiful resort resides at the foot of Mount Blanc – which is the tallest mountain in Europe. In 1924 Chamonix played host to the first ever Winter Olympic Games and because of this, and its general popularity since, it has become known as one of the worlds most famous ski resorts. Read More..

 

 


Saas Fee, Switzerland

Saas ski resort can be found in Saas-Fee which is the main village in the Saas Valley in Switzerland. This area benefits from being in the beautiful Swiss Alps.This area is widely regarded as the real gem of the Alps. The surrounding scenery includes a large magnificent glacier and this spectacle is not only a natural wonder but it also affects the mountain’s conditions which, in turn, affects the conditions for the skiers and snowboarders. Read More..

 


Val d’Isere, France

The resort of Val d’Isère is one of France’s most popular destinations for skiing enthusiasts.   Part of the Tarentaise Valley, it sits in the Savoie department of the country.  It is just 3 miles from the Italian border.  As a result it is easily reached from many of Europe’s major cities. Read More..

 

 


Breckenridge, Colorado

Breckenridge is one of the most popular skiing destinations in the US.  Located in Summit County, Colorado and with a winter season of around 5 months, there are plenty of opportunities for skiers of all standards to hit the slopes.   Breckenridge also has the distinction of being the highest ski resort in America.   It has more than 150 ski runs and 29 lifts so that all skiers are catered for. Read More..

 

 


Banff, Canada

Banff is a popular skiing resort located within the Banff National Park in Canada’s Alberta province.  In the heart of the Rockies, the town sits around 80 miles from Calgary, which is the main airport for international arrivals. Banff is at an elevation of 1463 metres and is surrounded by mountains such as Mount Norquay and Sulphur Mountain. Read More..

 

 


Klosters, Switzerland

The ski resort of Klosters in Switzerland is one of the most popular in the world, particularly with the rich and famous. The full name of the resort is Klosters-Serneus and it is part of the canton of Graubünden. Zurich is the nearest international airport and the journey from there to Klosters is around 1.5 hours. Just over 6 miles away from the resort is Davos. Read More..

 

 


Cortina D’Ampezzo, Italy

The Italian ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo is one of the most popular in the region and is often referred to just as Cortina.  There are a number of popular peaks in the district including Cristallo, Croda da Lago and Cinque Torri.  It is not the easiest of resorts to reach with airports at Innsbruck and Venice both 100 miles away, although there are rail services and buses which connect with the area. Read More..