Livigno, Italy. With a slightly longer commute from the airport, this resort in Italy is often discounted. But don’t be so hasty. With an altitude of 2306m the resort is good for many types of skiers. For freeride skiers and snowboarders, it now has one of the best parks in Europe. Plus, it’s also a tax-free haven, so it won’t cost you a fortune.
Bormio, Italy. A true Italian paradise, this resort is not that well known to the UK market. As you can imagine, the authentic, Italian food is exquisite and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
Arosa, Switzerland. For a short break, the compact resort in the Graubunden mountains – a couple of hours south of Zurich – is ideal. With a combination of blue, red and black runs it works well for a mixed ability group. And if you don’t fancy skiing, there are some great walking routes.
Lenzerheide, Switzerland. This idyllic winter sports region now covers three valley sides and offers unrivalled opportunities for enjoying the pistes.
Voss, Norway. A traditional and charming resort that sits on a lakeside in Norway fjordland. There’s varied skiing and boarding on offer, plus you can experience the stunning, natural surroundings and many other off-slope activities.
For more options, take a look at the Ski Club’s online resort guides, where you’ll find hundreds of reviews detailing various aspects of different resorts – as well as our leading snow reports.
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