Ski Europe

Ski Europe. Massive terrain, impressive lifts, great skiing. Courmayeur, Italy.
Ski Europe for perfect powder. La Thuile, Italy.
Ski Europe for wonderful villages. Saalbach, Austria.
Ski Europe for awesome terrain. Engelberg, Switzerland.
Ski Europe for the beautiful cities. Innsbruck, Austria.
Ski Europe for the excellent children's ski programs. Mayrhofen, Austria.
Ski Europe for the modern, efficient lifts. St Anton, Ski Arlberg, Austria.
Ski Europe for apres like no other place on earth. Alta Badia, Dolomites, Italy.
Ski Europe for vibrant ski village atmosphere. Saalbach, Austria.
Ski Europe for solitude. Via Lattea, Italy.
Ski Europe for quirky ski resorts. Sestriere, Italy.
Ski Europe for uncrowded lifts & perfect piste. Arosa, Switzerland.
Ski Europe for incredible fun-slopes and terrain parks. Val Gardena, Italy.
Ski Europe for delicious alpine dining. Zillertal, Austria.
Ski Europe for exceptional resort facilties. Stubai Glacier, Austria.
Ski Europe for comfortable resort access by train. 3 Peaks Dolomites, Italy.
Ski Europe to ride unbelievable lifts. Madonna di Campiglio, Italy.
Ski Europe for extreme powder experiences. Pitztal Glacier, Austria
Ski Europe for year round glacier skiing. Hintertux Glacier, Austria.
Ski Europe to ride some of the best mountains in the world. Monterosa, Italy.

Ski Europe

Mixed group guided instructional packages to the Dolomites
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Europe Ski Packages

Andorra

Andorra Ski Holiday

Austria

Innsbruck Ski Package
Kitzbuhel Ski Packages
Lech Ski Holidays
Patscherkofel (Igls) Ski Package
St Anton Ski Holiday
Zurs Ski Packages

France

Chamonix Ski Packages
Courchevel Ski Package
Megeve Ski Holiday
Meribel Ski Packages
Tignes Ski Holiday
Val d'Isere Ski Packages
Val Thorens Ski Holiday

Italy

Cervinia Ski Holidays
Cortina Ski Packages
Courmayeur Ski Packages
Sestriere Ski Packages
Val Gardena Ski Holiday 

Switzerland

Davos Ski Packages
Saas Fee Ski Packages
St Moritz Ski Packages
Verbier Ski Packages
Zermatt Ski Packages

Europe Ski Resorts

Ski Andorra

Grandvalira Ordino Arcalis
Pal Arinsal

Austria Ski Resorts

Alpbachtal Wildschoenau
Axamer Lizum
Damuels Mellau
Diedamskopf
Gastein
Hintertux Glacier
Hochoetz
Hochzeiger
Hochzillertal
Innsbruck
Ischgl
Kaprun
Kaunertal-Glacier
Kitzbϋhel
Krippenstein
Kuhtai
Lech
Mayrhofen
Moelltal Glacier
Nordkette
Obergurgl-Hochgurgl
Oberperfuss
Obertauern
Patscherkofel
Pitztal Glacier
Schlick 2000
Skicircus Saalbach
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental
Soelden
St Anton
Stubai Glacier
Venet
Warth Schroecken
Zell am See
Zurs

Ski France

Alpe d’Huez
Avoriaz
Balme Tour Vallorcine
Bourg St Maurice
Brevent Flegere
Chamonix
Châtel
Courchevel
Grands Montets
La Clusaz
La Plagne
La Rosiere
Les Arcs
Les Houches
Megeve
Meribel
Montgenevre
Portes du Soleil
Sainte Foy
Serre Chevalier
Tignes
Val d'Isere
Val Thorens

Ski Georgia

Gudauri

Ski Germany

Garmisch-Classic
Zugspitze

Ski Italy

3 Peaks Dolomites
Alta Badia
Aosta Valley
Aprica
Arabba Marmolada
Bardonecchia
Bormio
Cervinia
Civetta
Chamois
Champorcher
Cortina d'Ampezzo
Courmayeur
Crevacol
Dolomites
Folgarida Marilleva
Gitschberg Jochtal
Kronplatz
La Thuile
Livigno
Madesimo
Madonna di Campiglio
Monte Cavallo
Monterosa
Oulx
Pejo
Pila
Plose
Reinswald
Santa Caterina
Sestriere
Tonale
Valdidentro
Val di Fassa
Val Gardena
Via Lattea

Ski Macedonia

Pelister
Popova Sapka

Ski Norway

Lyngen Alps
Svalbard

Ski Russia

Elbrus
Gazprom
Gorky Gorod
Kamchatka
Rosa Khutor

Ski Spain

Baqueira Beret
Espot
La Molina Masella
Sierra Nevada

Ski Sweden

Riksgransen

Ski Switzerland

Aletsch Arena
Andermatt Sedrun
Arosa
Belalp
Bivio
Brig
Brigels
Chur
Corvatsch
Corviglia
Crans Montana
Davos Klosters
Diavolezza Lagalb
Disentis
Engelberg
Grimentz-Zinal
Gstaad
Jungfrau
Klewenalp
Lauchernalp
Laax
Lenzerheide
Portes-du-Soleil
Rosswald
Saas Fee
Samnaun
Savognin
St Luc Chandolin
St Moritz
Torgon
Tschiertschen
Verbier
Zermatt

Skiing in Europe

For a snow experience unlike any other in the world, every Powderhound must ski Europe. The huge terrain in the Alps or Dolomites, incredible lift systems & awesome snow combine wonderfully with the mountain villages, history, traditions, cultural diversity plus the fabulous food & drink. Spending the night in an Italian mountain rifugio or an Austrian guesthouse dating from the 1500s add layers to European ski holidays that make it unforgettable. Once you ski Europe, you will definitely come back for more.

The great advantage of skiing in Europe is the diversity and ease of access to a huge number of superb ski resorts in a relatively small area. Most of the great ski resorts of Europe are within three hours travel (train, bus or car) from the major international gateway airports of Geneva, Milan or Munich. There are fabulous train journeys that go direct to incredible ski resorts, some even have a gondola ski lift at the train platform (Kronplatz in Italy). Nowhere else in the world has so much to offer. See some of the differences between skiing in Europe compared to other parts of the world here.

Where to Ski in Europe

The number of ski resorts in Europe is massive, easily exceeding 1000. From small village lifts to enormous interlinked resorts that must be seen (& skied) to be believed. Much of Europe's best skiing is in The Alps, which span the Mediterranean coast of France through Switzerland, northern Italy, Austria, southern Germany and into Slovenia. The mountains are giants so skiing in Europe offers endless runs on huge vertical, and the spectacular scenery can be admired from the slopes, a comfy lounge chair or from soaring cable cars. The ability to ski from village to village is common, and in numerous resorts one can even ski from country to country. The old-world villages are quaint and offer opportunities to stop for a food, wine, beer or an aperitif.

In southern Europe, the Pyrenees reign supreme, with numerous ski resorts and backcountry freeride options in France, Spain and the tiny principality of Andorra. Landlocked Andorra is surrounded by high peaks and has built its economy on tourism, mainly based on skiing and shopping (fully duty free!), so you know it will be a great experience. Skiing in southern Spain allows for some beach and snow combinations that are difficult to replicate elsewhere in the world.

For the more adventurous, Norway and Sweden have some wonderful ski and snowboard adventure opportunities. Iceland and Greenland even more so. In the snowy Caucasus of Russia & Georgia, there is some massive investment in improving current resorts and creating several new ones. Skiing in Russia includes one of the highest ski lifts in Europe at Mt Elbrus or cat skiing in remote Siberia. Georgia is amongst the cheapest places to ski in Europe and can include cat skiing. Speaking of cats, the oldest cat ski operation in Europe is in the relatively unknown ski destination of Macedonia, where several other operators are now using snowcats to access backcountry freeride terrain. Cat skiing is also becoming more widespread in Kosovo.

Luckily for the Powderhound, in many European ski resorts the locals have their priorities totally skewed when it comes to skiing. Many European's prioritise food & drink as the most important component of their ski day, après ski festivities a close second, whilst the actual skiing or snowboarding is a distant third priority. This is what makes Europe a great powder ski holiday destination! There’s excellent snow riding for the early riser, but also a chance to soak up some fabulous European culture, enjoy après and the animated nightlife, plus eat the wonderful cuisine.

Back-country touring opportunities are boundless in Europe, but avalanche awareness and skills are absolutely necessary. If in doubt get a guide or join a tour. See all our hosted tours here.

Heliskiing opportunities are increasing in Europe as well. The best operators in western Europe are based in Italy around the high Alps of the Aosta valley from Monte Rosa to Monte Bianco. Other great heli ski options are in the wilds of the Caucasus and Kamchatka in Russia & the 'Arctic' nations of Greenland, Iceland & Sweden.

See our Best European Ski Resorts page or specific country pages for more information

When to ski Europe

It is possible to ski in Europe every day of the year. Whether you are skiing a glacier at Zermatt or Hintertux in mid summer, Scandinavian resorts & backcountry in autumn & early summer or the wilds of Siberia in Spring, European skiing & snowboarding is only limited by your imagination & sense of adventure. In winter the vast opportunities in the Alps are best sampled by Powderhounds in mid to late January when temperatures are cold, the powder is deep, prices are low & crowds are non-existent.

See our When to Ski Europe page for month by month information on the best times to go skiing.

How to Get to Europe

Travelling to Europe for a ski holiday is as simple as going anywhere else in the world. Perhaps even simpler than most continents by virtue of the superbly integrated transport network. Key airports to access ski resorts in the Alps are Geneva, Zurich, Munich, Innsbruck & Milan. Trains, buses, private transfers, taxis, car rentals & motorways then seamlessly link to the ski resorts. For example, it is possible to land in Milan, take a train directly into the city, another directly into Switzerland at Brig & then step onto another which stops at an integrated station with a cable car to Aletsch Arena ski resort. No need to even touch a road! Awesome.

See the Travel to Europe page for detailed information.

Andorra Skiing

Nothing like started a very long list with the one of the smallest nations in Europe. The mountainous principality of Andorra is wedged in the Pyrenees between France & Spain. As well as being a tax-free haven, Andorra has three superb ski resorts. Each resort has elements that will appeal to all snow lovers.

Austria Skiing

Ski Austria for the authentic village-based resorts, amazing lift systems, wonderful off-piste powder, year-round glacier skiing, sensational après, the huge interlinked ski areas & the quiet powder snow havens that time has forgotten.

The Alps cover most of Austria. Almost every major (and minor!) town has some sort of ski lift infrastructure. Austria is where alpine skiing was born and perfected, and the Austria ski resorts offer a very traditional skiing experience which resorts in other countries try to emulate. Even though it is a relatively small country, Austria has the most ski resorts in Europe - 275 (ish!), and we would argue, also the best ski resorts in the world.

Saint Anton ski resort in the Arlberg region is a brilliant all-round ski resort which rightfully attracts skiers from all over the world. It also has the most rocking après in the world. St Anton is part of the huge interlinked Ski Arlberg area which includes the high end Lech & Zurs plus snowy Warth-Schroecken. A cluster of wonderful resorts accessible by train between Salzburg & Innsbruck includes legendary Kitzbuhel, the fabulous powder and après haven of SkiCircus Saalbach & the lift pass interlinked Zell am See-Kaprun (Kitzsteinhorn). The Zillertal has great diversity, best represented by Mayrhofen & Hintertux Glacier ski resorts. Hintertux is open for skiing every day of the year. The 9 ski resorts near Innsbruck are fun ski destinations, the best of which are the excellent Stubai Glacier & Kuhtai. Another Powderhounds favourite is the combination of Pitztal Glacier & Hochzeiger. The list is endless......

France Skiing & Snowboarding

Ski France for its huge high altitude, interlinked ski resorts, great food and wine, but also for the dramatic scenery, high altitude, consistent snowpack, wonderful off-piste powder and long, wide runs. The French locals in the mountainous areas are incredibly friendly, which adds to the experience.

France also has some of the best extreme terrain in the world at Chamonix on western Europe’s highest peak, Mont Blanc. This French ski resort is on steroids and attracts a hard-core freerider crowd but has enough diverse terrain to provide a great experience for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. Serre Chevalier is a world class ski resort with terrain for all abilities, plus wonderful off piste powder opportunities. Val d’Isere & Tignes are amongst the best ski resorts in Europe. They cater to a more 'well heeled' market & have plenty of wide runs for beginners & intermediates, but the terrain is well worth the journey into the Tarentaise for us 'great unwashed' as well for the exciting freeride opportunities. Nearby Sainte Foy is the worst kept powder stash secret in Europe, but like Les Arcs, should still be on any Powderhounds list.

The world's largest cross border & in-country lift & ticket interlinked ski areas are in France – Les Portes du Soleil & the 3 Vallees (it is actually 4 with Orelle added in!). Portes du Soleil is a collection of 12 French & Swiss resorts with 600km of trail only a stone’s throw from Geneva. The 3 Valleys consists of three main resorts, Courchevel, Meribel & Val Thorens, it boasts enough lifts, trails and humans(!) to make your head spin. A huge range of 'smaller' resorts exist in France that will be attractive to the Powderhound seeking a bit more solitude. La Norma, Bonneval, Valfrejus & the newly created Sybelles are but a few. In southern France, the Pyrenees have several world class ski resorts (Ax, Saint Lary) & sensational backcountry terrain. In some years the Pyrenees score more snow than the Alps!

Italy Skiing & Snowboarding

Skiing in Italy is as much about the eating, long lunches aperitifs and wine consumption, as it is about exploring the slopes and skiing powder. The culture is super relaxed and friendly, but the skiing is superb and exhilarating. All that food and drink means they get out of bed a bit later too - great first tracks in Italy! Italy also provides the best value for money in Europe. It would surprise many people to know that Italy has the second highest number of ski resorts in Europe - over 200!

The Aosta valley has Italy's best skiing. Monte Cervino (the Matterhorn) is right on the Swiss-Italian border near Cervinia ski resort and Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc) straddles the French-Italian border near the wonderful Courmayeur and La Thuile ski resorts. Excellent resorts like Pila and Crevacol give the area diversity. The Monte Rosa massif offers a feast of skiing via the Monterosa Ski interlinked resort - a Powderhounds favorite. To the south, resorts such as Sestriere near the winter Olympics host city Turin (Torino) are fully linked with Oulx and other resorts to make up the excellent Via Lattea. Further east, Madonna di Campiglio is surrounded by numerous fun ski resorts & the stunning Brenta Dolomites. In the Dolomites, Cortina is a stylish resort with stunning scenery and world's best extreme terrain in the right conditions, plus Alta Badia, Arabba-Marmolada, Kronplatz, Val Gardena and 3 Peaks all have their charms. The fabulous cities of Milan, Turin, Verona and Venice are also within a few hours of the resorts.

Switzerland Skiing

Ski Switzerland for the high-altitude powder, precise organisation and train networks, cosmopolitan flair, great lift systems, charming villages and dramatic scenery. The après is relatively restrained in Switzerland, but there’s still nightlife, and partaking in fondue is essential - but grossly overrated!! Switzerland has a huge number of ski resorts (think Bivio) that have been totally forgotten by the masses. They are ready to greet Powderhounds prepared to ski areas with T-bars & double chairs instead of gondolas & 6-seater chairs.

For Powderhounds, the larger ski resorts of Andermatt, Engelberg, Verbier, Laax and Arosa Lenzerheide & the Jungfrau Ski Region are absolute stand outs. They all boast steep and deep off-piste skiing, but also great terrain for families.

St Moritz is glamorous and fashionable but has perfect piste trails, great off piste and a dark side at Diavolezza for experts. Davos-Klosters is also refined and sophisticated but with fabulous terrain, whilst Zermatt ski resort is a sensational all-rounder with the towering Matterhorn overlooking the fascinating town. Aletsch Arena is perfect for a family ski holiday.

A multitude of unknown Swiss ski resorts like Brigels, Belalp, and Lauchernalp have wonderful skiing and snowboarding without the hustle and bustle of the mega resorts.

Skiing in the Balkans

Since the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, the Balkans have slowly recovered to bring 'new' ski & snowboard adventures to the rest of the world. The wild mountains of North Macedonia & Kosovo in particular have allowed several excellent cat skiing operations to flourish even as nearby ski resorts go into decline. A ski trip to the Balkans has so many more layers than just great powder snow too. We recommend it to anyone looking to expand their freeride horizons. The locals will appreciate your efforts & the payback to you from their hospitality will worth it.

Georgia Skiing

Georgia is undergoing a massive expansion in ski resorts & winter sports in general. The Greater & Lesser Caucasus mountains border Georgia. Snow pukes down due the influence of the nearby Back Sea. Gudauri is the major ski resort. Bucking a global trend, a number of brand new ski resorts (including Tetnuldi near Mestia) have opened in recent years with others planned. Cat skiing is available too, and provides the ultimate Georgian ski experience.

Germany Skiing

Skiing in Germany is possible at over 100 ski resorts. It is no real surprise however that the best ski resorts in Germany are generally in southern Bavaria where they cling to the Alps near the Austrian border. Some truly remarkable railways and cable car climb the spectacular 2962m high Zugspitze where skiing takes place until May on the glacier. Below the Zugspitze is Germany's best-known ski resort, Garmisch Classic, which boasts a North America and Japan beating vertical of over 1300m.

Norway, Sweden, Iceland & Greenland Skiing

Skiing in Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Greenland is generally for the more adventurous (and sometimes cashed up) Powderhounds looking for something completely different. In Norway, whilst there a number of ski resorts to sample, experiences like ski touring Svalbard, lodge or boat based skiing from mountain summits down to the fjords in the Lyngen Alps & Mush and Ski adventures with sled dogs are once in a lifetime experiences & the real reason to visit. Similarly, for some of the back-country tours available in Iceland & Greenland. In Sweden several ski resorts like Riksgransen above the Arctic Circle are sensational & the chances of seeing the breathtaking aurora borealis is very high. More information on these locations is coming soon.

Russia Skiing

Like Georgia, Russia has invested squillions into the ski industry, particularly for the Sochi Winter Olympics. Modern ski resorts like Rosa Khutor compete with (or compliment) places like Elbrus with its highest lift going to 3847m! For adventure, cat skiing in Siberia and heli skiing in Kamchatka will fulfil anyone's wishes.

Spain Skiing & Snowboarding

Yep, skiing in Spain. Kind of like thinking about skiing in Australia (that's Australia not Austria), the first question is always an incredulous, '... is there skiing in Spain?'. Yes, there is. some of it is mighty fine too! The Spanish Pyrenees are gorgeous & include world class, snow laden resorts like Baqueira Beret & La Molina Masella, plus some more sneaky stashes. There is even the opportunity to do some funky sunny beach, historic cities & powder snow combinations like down south at Sierra Nevada. More information about skiing in Spain is coming soon.

Other Europe Ski Destinations

Eastern Europe holds a multitude of cheap and often adventurous ski destinations. Anywhere with high mountains has possibilities, even Greece. Some more mainstream options include:
Poland's mountainous southern rim provides prospects such as Zakopane in the Tatra Mountains.
Slovakia, on the other side of the Tatras, is a relatively new adventure destination with lots of mountains & varied terrain to explore. Ski resorts include Jasná Donovaly, Vratna & Drienica.
Romania is becoming an attractive destination for skiers including resorts at Poiana Brasov and Sinaia.
Slovenia is beautiful environmentally friendly mountain nation. The best-known areas are the Kranjska Gora & Maribor Pohorje. Both host downhill events.
Bulgaria’s resorts include Borovets, Pamporovo & Bansko. Hang on to your wallet!

Cost of Skiing Europe

Skiing in Europe can be as economical or expensive as you wish. The cost of lift tickets is extremely cheap when compared to all other continents with the exception of Japan. Eating and drinking out is comparative to other places in the world. The usual rule is if you want to save money, eat in! Italy & Spain are the exceptions, where eating out is cheap no matter where you are.

Of the big 4 ski destination countries in Europe, by far the cheapest skiing is in Italy, followed by Austria & then France & Switzerland. Switzerland is the most expensive ski destination in Europe.

By way of cost comparison to North America for lift tickets, in 2017 a day lift pass at Keystone in Colorado costs about US$136 (or about €128) whereas a day lift pass for the Italian part of the massive Via Lattea cost only €37 (or about US$39). The mathematics is stark. Move further east and the prices drop even more. The modern Russian ski resorts have daily lift tickets for around €20 -25.

Slope side accommodation in ski resorts (as with anywhere in the world) will tend to hit the hip pocket, particularly in France & Switzerland, although of course there are different standards available (from budget to extravagant) at any given resort. In Europe the options for staying in excellent 'off mountain' village accommodation are vast, can be considerable cheaper & far more rewarding from a cultural experience point of view. Accommodation standards vary from country to country. For example, a 2-star hotel or guesthouse in Italy & Austria is as good as, or better, then most 3 star accommodation in France. In Macedonia, a 4 -star hotel may equate to a good Italian 2-star!

More Reasons to Ski & Snowboard Europe

Skiing in Europe is so different to the rest of the world. The ski resorts are the best because it is not just about cutting laps on a bit of hill. Skiing here is a journey from mountain to mountain, valley to valley & village to village. Unlike being stuck in an isolated ski resort village somewhere in a nation's hinterland, skiing in Europe can provide something new every day - if you want it too!

Learning a new language is another reason to go & ski Europe. In western Europe, coping with local languages isn’t too difficult & is another reason to ski here. Even though you may not realise it, you’ll probably already know a few words of French, Italian Spanish & German. Regardless there are so many British tourists frequenting the ski resorts that a degree of English is spoken in all places. It is good fun trying the local language & adds an intellectual element to any European ski holiday.

Eastern Europe isn’t quite so populated with English tourists, but in order to get away from the crowds, the small vocabulary you’ll need to learn will be worth it. Learning some European language will be part of the cultural enjoyment of the skiing holiday.

If you haven't skied Europe yet, do it now. Airfares & lift passes have never been cheaper; you will be richer for the experience & be one year older if you don’t!

Ski Tours in Europe

Safari (Road Trip) Tours

CLASSIC Dolomites Ski Safari
HOSTED SKI SAFARI | DOLOMITES
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Ski Days
Ability: Intermediate to Expert
The very best skiing in the Dolomites linking 6 ski resorts & spending 4 nights in mountain rifugi under the guidance of your dedicated host. Ski the best groomed trails in the Dolomites on this classic ski safari. Join a "fixed date" tour or get your own group together for a custom tour.
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USD 1,665
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SPECIAL Dolomites Ski Safari
HOSTED SKI SAFARI | DOLOMITES
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Ski Days
Ability: Intermediate to Expert
A special ski adventure set amongst the awe inspiring landscape of the Dolomites. Linking 9 ski resorts via groomed slopes by ski, taxi, helicopter & snowmobile, spend 5 nights in mountain rifugi under the guidance of your dedicated host. Join a "fixed date" tour or get your own group together for a custom tour.
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USD 2,716
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Tarentaise Powder Ski Safari
GUIDED OFF-PISTE ADVENTURE
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Skiing | 3+ Resorts
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Ski some of the most famous ski areas of the world in France with an experienced guide riding vertical descents of up to 2,000m through untracked powder even days after a snowfall. Join a "fixed date" tour or get your own group of 4+ together for a custom tour.
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Single-Base, Multi-Ski-Area Tours

Mürren Jungfrau Ski Tour
CUSTOM GUIDED SKI TOUR | PRIVATE
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Ski Days
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Customise your dates to ski 6 days with local guides deep into the heart of the Swiss Alps & across multiple valleys through the Jungfrau Region exploring Mürren, Grindelwald First and Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen. Enjoy skiing some of the best terrain of your life in one week.
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Tarentaise Valley Star Ski Tour
GUIDED OFF-PISTE ADVENTURE
3 - 4 Days | 3 - 4 Nights | 3 - 4 Skiing Days | 3+ Resorts
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Ski some of the most famous ski areas of the world in France with an experienced guide riding vertical descents of up to 2,000m through untracked powder even days after a snowfall. Join a "fixed date" tour or get your own group of 4+ together for a custom tour.
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USD 1,171
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Skiare SILVER Packages
MIXED GROUP GUIDED INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGES
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Ski Days
Ability: Beginner to Expert
Make the most of your Dolomites ski holiday with a MIXED GROUP guide / instructor who will show you many of the great sights & ski areas whilst helping you to improve your skiing. Whilst this example package is based on 7 nights, packages are fully CUSTOMISABLE from 3 days plus and can start from any day of the week.
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Single-Base, Single-Ski-Area Tours

Georgia Ski & Ride
GUIDED SKI ADVENTURE
11 Nights | 8 Days Skiing | Gudauri & Backcountry
Ability: Advanced to Expert
Explore the resort of Gudauri & the many backcountry options in the Caucasus mountains of Georgia. A fully hosted 12-day program, with 9 nights staying at ski in, ski out accommodation in Gudauri, working with experienced guides.
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Livigno Italy Freeride Snowboard Tour
HOSTED & GUIDED SNOWBOARDING
7 Days | 6 Nights | 5 Days Snowboarding
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Based in the resort of Livigno Italy, a high altitude ski & snowboard paradise with a long & snowsure winter, you will freeride untracked Italian powder. Join the "fixed date" tour with your own group or come alone and meet new friends.
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Livigno Italy Womens Freeride Snowboard Tour
HOSTED & GUIDED SNOWBOARDING
7 Days | 6 Nights | 5 Days Snowboarding
Ability: Intermediate to Expert
Based in the resort of Livigno Italy, a high altitude ski & snowboard paradise with a long & snowsure winter, you will freeride untracked Italian powder in a women's only group. Join the "fixed date" tour with your own group or come alone and meet new friends.
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Backcountry Skiing Tours

Balkans Cat Ski Safari
BALKANS CAT SKI SAFARI
7 Days | 6 Nights | 6 Cat Skiing Days
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Discover the Balkans with this fully hosted & guided cat skiing safari taking in 3 different snowcat operations in North Macedonia & Kosovo. Choose your own dates & fully customise your cat-ski safari. A typical 7 day road-trip includes 6 days guided catskiing, all ground transport, accom, meals plus a full time host.
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SVALBARD SKI TOURING CRUISE
9 Days | 8 Nights
Ability: Advanced to Expert
Head way way north to Svalbard for this inimitable ski touring/split boarding experience. Cruise around the Arctic Sea on a sail boat and head ashore to ski amazing mountains in the land of the polar bear. Only 10 guests: join as a solo traveller or small group.
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Bormio Freeride Powder Day
GUIDED FREERIDE POWDER TOUR
1 Day | 7hr Skiing or Snowboarding
Ability: Intermediate to Expert
Fully guided freeride powder ski & snowboard day in the alpine terrain of Bormio, Santa Caterina & Valdidentro. Use lifts & skins to ride untracked powder with a small group. Private singles or groups apply for your best dates & number days. or enquire to join a group.
Price p/p From price based on minimum 3 person in group.
Base/invoice currency is in EURO inc taxes.
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USD 155
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Heli Skiing Tours

Heliski Kamchatka Volcanos Russia
GUIDED OFF-PISTE HELISKI ADVENTURE
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Ski Days
Ability: Advanced to Expert
Helski on volcanos in one the most stunningly beautiful places in the world. Enjoy 6-8000m vertical a day with single descents of up to 1600m. Stay in wonderful accommodation with its own hot springs. Join the "fixed date" tour or get your own group of 4+ together for a custom tour.
Price p/p From price based on twin/double-share room occupancy.
From price based 12 people in a group.
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USD 6,161
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Heliski Val De Susa
GUIDED OFF-PISTE HELISKIING
2- 6 Days | 2 - 6 Nights | 5,000m vertical/day
Ability: Intermediate to Expert
Heliski the powder laden Susa valley in Piedmont, Italy. Enjoy 4-5000m vertical a day with single descents of up to 1600m. Stay in beautiful accommodation at Sestriere ski resort. Get your own group of 4+ together for a custom tour.
Price p/p From price based on 2 nights twin-share room occupancy.
Base/invoice currency is in EURO inc taxes.
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USD 1,765
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Cat Skiing Tours

Cat Skiing Bakhmaro
CAT SKIING BAKHMARO
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Cat Skiing
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
The ultimate European cat skiing adventure, Cat Skiing Bakhmaro in Georgia includes airport transfers, 7 nights accommodation in the traditional village of Bakhmaro, all meals plus 6 days of cat skiing.
Price p/p From price based on transfers, 7 nights in a 4 share room, full board & 6 days guided cat skiing.
Base/invoice currency is in Euro ex taxes.
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USD 2,331
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Lynx Freeride Cat Skiing Packages
LYNX FREERIDE CAT SKIING PACKAGES
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Cat Skiing
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Lynx Freeride offers amazing cat ski packages in the high mountains of Kosovo with 6 full days of cat skiing & snowboarding powder inclusive of local transfers, accommodation & all meals. Let the Balkans adventure begin....
Price p/p From price based on 8-day package which includes 6 days cat skiing & 7 nights lodging & all meals
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USD 1,776
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SF Freeride Cat Skiing Packages
SF FREERIDE CAT SKIING PACKAGES
2 Days | 2 Nights | 2 Days Cat Skiing
Ability: Intermediate to Expert
SF Freeride offers fully inclusive cat ski packages in North Macedonia with guided cat skiing & snowboarding powder, accommodation & all meals. Choose your own dates & fully customise your cat-ski tour. Add extra days, nights & transfers!
Price p/p From price based on 2-day package in a group of 8 people which includes 2 days cat skiing & 2 nights lodging & all meals
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USD 400
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Boat Skiing Tours

Lyngen Alps Norway Ski Touring & Sailing
GUIDED SKI TOURING & SAILING
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Skiing | 3+ Resorts
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Ski the best untracked powder in Scandinavia amongst the spectacular fjords of the Lyngen Alps in Norway from the comfort of your own boat. Join a "fixed date" tour or get your own group of 4+ together for a custom tour.
Price p/p From price based on twin/double-share room occupancy & a private group of 10.
Base/invoice currency is in EURO inc taxes.
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USD 3,097
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Ski & Sail Norway - Lyngen Alps
SKI & SAIL NORWAY - LYNGEN ALPS
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Skiing
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Advanced
Ski & Sail is the ultimate backcountry powder skiing adventure in the iconic Lyngen Alps of Norway. Ride an endless playground where you select a new line every day. This tour is based on a yacht sailing the fjords & skiing 1000 to 1200m vert a day.
Price p/p From price is based on twin share
Base/invoice currency is EUR
Price includes all taxes
*displayed price may vary slightly due to exchange rate fluctuations
USD 2,764
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