Best Ski Destinations in Europe

Europe is the best destination in the world for skiing. The best ski resorts are all found here that has good snow coverage like Switzerland and France. They say Europe is a “paradise” for those who wants to stay on the move, specially the ski lover.

We provide list of some of the best ski destination for your convenience on choosing your spot for your future skiing plans.

Verbier, Switzerland

Verbier is an Alpine village in Switzerland’ s Valais Canton. It’s the gateway to the 4 Vallèes Ski Area:

Endowed with well laid but runs for long- distance skiing and a abundance of backcountry terrain that make it one of the world’s best resort for off piste skiing.

You can to your list other places like Zermatt, St.Moritz ,Jungfrau,Saas-fee,Davos-Klosters,CransMontana ,Gstaad, Adelbon-lenk , FlimsLaaxFaleraandEngelberg – Titlis.  These places are the top rated ski resorts in Switzerland.

Chamonix , France

Chamonix is considered the birthplace of alpinism and the sport has shaped all aspects of life there, including its skiing. Unlike other ski – resorts Chamonix is made of five different ski areas, two of which are linked together with the rest separated along the length of the valley.

This 10-mile-long valley lined in jagged, glacier-draped peaks serves up one lively town of 10,000 residents, four ski areas, and lift access to some of the best adventure skiing anywhere—all at the foot of Mont Blanc, highest peak in the Alps at 15,776 feet.

5 Ski Resorts

  • Grand Montets
  • Les Houches
  • Le Tour/Balme
  • La Flegere
  • Le Brevent

Andermatt,Switzerland

Andermatt is a village in the Ursern Valley in the Swiss Alps. It has the potential to be the “next Verbier”. A village lined in cobblestones and traditional Swiss chalets sits at the foot of the 9,721-foot Gemsstock, one of Andermatt’s three ski areas, which includes 75 miles of trails, 5,000-foot descents, a maze of powder stashes—and seemingly limitless off-piste terrain.The Ski Resorts that are close to Andermatt includes :

  • SedrunOberalp
  • Airolo
  • Disentis
  • Goms,Oberwald

Engelberg, Switzerland

Engelberg is an alpine town in the central Switzerland. It is also known for its diverse ski and freeride area.This ski resort has huge skiing among striking mountains and one of the biggest vertical drops – 2000m  – from the top of the lift system to town.

St. Anton , Austria

An Austrian village in the Tyrolean Alps. Known as a gateway to the Arlberg ski region and is often called aa the “ cradle of alpine skiing” for its role in inventing the sport.

Alagna,Italy

Alagna is a place that has earned its name among the big ski stations where you can practice free skiing. It is known for its old world charm having been “preserved from cement” with its Walser buildings dominant. It is haven for expert skier.

La Grave, France

It is a small ski resorts in the French Alps.  A rainbow-colored lift rises from the 12th-century village of La Grave and delivers skiers to the door of more than 7,500 feet of off-piste terrain: steep Alpine faces, rolling glacier runs, and arguably the best couloir skiing in Europe—all in the shadow of La Meije, a majestic 13,068-foot peak that lords over La Grave, a village of just 500 year-round residents.The most extreme ski resorts in the world.

 

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