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Skiing’s popularity shows no sign of slowing down soon, and we have an ever growing list of weird, wonderful, and wacky ways for you to get your powder fix - whatever the time of year.
A well known winter ski destination, the northern Italian mountains are also beautiful in the summer. The Dolomites became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.
The most northerly ski resort in the world, where skiing is possible under the midnight sun even in June.
Chamonix is one of the most convenient locations in the Alps for a ski holiday, being just an hour’s drive from Geneva airport. It is also home to some of the finest on- and off-piste skiing in Europe, if not the world.
Val D'Isere has got the lot for a luxury ski holiday - extensive and excellent skiing, fun nightlife and lovely places to stay.
Ski enthusiast or not - don’t miss out on the Three Valleys, home to eight internationally renowned ski resorts and the world’s largest ski area. 600 kilometres of interconnected slopes and 180 ski lifts await you here for the ultimate skiing experience.
Austria’s flagship resort, St. Anton has a central place in the history of alpine skiing.
Kitzbühel is an extremely picturesque walled medieval town, full of glamorous bars and restaurants and famous for attracting wealthy socialites and the consequent nightlife.
Colorado is the state where the Rocky Mountains rise out of the Great Plains like alpine titans.
St. Moritz is the oldest, and easily most glamorous, winter sports resort in the world, and has been host to two Winter Olympics and three Alpine Ski World Championships.