November 27, 2021
WHICH SKI RESORTS IN EUROPE TO CHOOSE? WE RECOMMEND THE 5 BEST ONES IN OUR OPINION
The end of autumn is the perfect time to think about where to go skiing this coming season. Deciding which ski resort in Europe to choose is not easy. The choice of ski resorts in Europe is very large, but due to the ideal natural conditions, climate and infrastructure, a few locations invariably reign supreme. Where to go skiing in the 2021/2022 season is a very individual decision. However, we will try to help you make it.
5 ski resorts in Europe which are worth choosing:
The ski resort of Zermatt has a reputation for being the best ski resort in the world, not only for its perpetual snow and unique environment with excellent terrain, but also for its complete facilities and surrounding amenities. There are many large hotels on both sides of the ski slope.All hotels have entrances and exits to the ski slope. Guests can take various cable cars up the mountain and then ride back to the hotel along the slopes. The ski slopes are very long, providing lots of fun for ski lovers.
351 km of ski runs; 73 lifts; 26 chairs 19 drag lifts 28 gondolas
Val Gardena, Italy
A paradise for beginners and real world champions – enjoy the longest ski slope in South Tyrol. Val Gardena in the Dolomites offers great ski slopes and is ideal for families with children. The ski resort is part of the world-famous Dolomiti Superski, which links 12 ski resorts. It is an excellent starting point for beginners and families whose children can take their first “steps” on skis here. From the picturesque village of Selva Val Gardena Dolomiti we also have access to the Sellaronda centre, which guarantees an unforgettable skiing experience on the Sella peak. In Val Gardena you can try skiing on the longest ski slope in South Tyrol, “La Longia”, which is over 10 km long.
115 km of ski runs; 80 lifts; 10 km longest ski slope in South Tyrol
Chamonix Mont-Blanc is a small town in southeastern France at an altitude of 1024 m in the Alps at the foot of Mont Blanc. The population of the town is around 10,000, but Chamonix receives an average of 5 million visitors a year. The 16km long valley has everything skiers need: five ski resorts, the steepest slopes in the world and a lively town where you can have fun not only during the day but also after skiing. The Aiguille du Midi cable car, the highest peak in the Chamonix ski resort at the foot of Mont Blanc, rises between the clouds to a height of almost three kilometres. In good weather, the Alps can be seen for miles around.
94 km of ski runs; 16 chair lifts; 9 drag lifts; 11 gondolas
St. Moritz, Switzerland
A favourite destination for many ski fans, St Moritz can also be called the cradle of winter sports. Sankt Moritz (original spelling) is no ordinary ski resort, it is considered to be the home of alpine winter tourism. The place has always been ahead of its time, as one of the first cable cars in the Alps started operating right in Sankt Moritz. As a result, the winter tourism industry was also born there. St.Moritz is located about 200 km from Zurich, the nearest international airport.
155 km of ski runs; 24 ski lifts; 6.5 km longest run
The resort gained popularity in the last century when the area hosted annual biathlon competitions. Lech is the cradle of skiing in the Alps, the resort is constantly being modernised, new slopes are being built and the existing ones managed to be enlarged, snowparks and tubing tracks are being built. Lech is an expensive and luxurious ski resort that is loved by many celebrities and members of the Austrian aristocracy. The restaurants in Lech offer exclusive dishes of traditional mountain cuisine. There is also a concert hall where guests can enjoy performances by world-famous stars.
302 km of ski runs; 88 lifts; 9 km longest run
Tomasz Koczot, Luxury Boutique