Ski Resorts You Should Know About

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Winter is coming! I’m just joking. Even though spring is actually coming ,winter will definitely come some day and instead of waiting for the night King and his army, why don’t you start planning your ski trip. The earlier the better.

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Skiing is such a fun activity to engage in. Whether you’re alone, with your other half or with your family. The adrenaline that comes with it is indescribable. Here are some ski resorts you should know about.


The biggest ski resort in Spain. It offers 99 pistes of different difficulties making it suitable for all types of skiers of all levels from beginner to experts. It has modern lifts of high capacity that run to the six separate hills. This ski resorts offers services such as a ski school, restaurants on the slopes, medical services and you could also rent their ski equipment. Other than skiing there are other activities such as hiking, kayaking and snowboarding. The best part of this resort is it’s rarely crowded. You could also visit some of the museums located in the villages around the resort.


Located in Austria. With the highest rating in the world, it has an impressive size allowing for both race and leisure skiing. Just like Baqueira Beret, its terrain is suitable for both beginners and experts. Most ski competitions like the winter world cup have been taking place here since 1895. It’s believed that here is where skiing was invented. (Crazy right?) There are 179km of slopes and 36km of ski routes available. 46 lifts are available for transporting guests.


Found in Austria and Switzerland, this cross border resort connects Ischgl in Austria with Samnaun Village in Switzerland. This resort has something for everyone. From state of the arts lifts to transport visitors, beginner friendly slopes, fun parks and top pistes for experts. This resort is home to the largest freestyle park in the Alps. If you’re a freestyle skier this is the resort to be in. They also have ski kindergartens to teach kids how to ski making it a top destination for families.


Located in Italy, it offers 178km of slopes for skiing and snowboarding and 79 lifts for transporting visitors. The slopes accommodate all levels of difficulty and are accessed by use of modern lifts. During the summer and autumn, snow making systems are installed to ensure slopes can be used even in unfavorable weather conditions. A holiday to this resort is not only limited to the winter season. How cool is that!


Found in Austria, this ski resort has 288km of slopes and 90 modern lifts for not only transport but also offer a breathtaking view of more than 70 mountains. It is one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world. Whether you’re an expert skier, beginner or looking for a family ski adventure, everyone can lots of fun in this resort. 


Also located in Austria, Sefaus-Fiss-Ladis has 198km of slopes for skiing and snowboarding and 39 lifts for transport. This ski resort is a favorite for families. The facilities were designed with parents and children in mind but there’s also terrains for experts. They have childcare experts to take care of your little bundles of joy. If you get tired there are chill out spots around the resorts where you could relax


Mostly known for expert skiers, Courchevel has 150km of ski terrain accessed using 60 lifts. This resort is all about luxury. From its state of the art lift system, seven restaurants with Michelin stars, luxury shops such as Louis Vuitton to glamorous night life. 

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