The ultimate guide to high altitude ski resort Val Thorens. Europe's highest by some distance and one third of the enormous Trois Vallées ski area, Val Thorens provides endless skiing for all abilities
Epic skiing in a sun-drenched alpine valley, Alpe d'Huez is a consummate all-rounder. Famed for its sun-soaked skiing and sensational scenery, this french giant is modern and lively and genuinely offers exemplary skiing to all levels, making it perfect for those tricky mixed experience groups.
Tignes is undoubtedly one of the best resorts in Europe; offering great aprés and impeccable snow cover on impressive terrain, all season long
Near limitless skiing to all levels, at reasonable prices. Great for groups and families alike
Ski in three countries, just an hour from the airport! Chamonix and Mont Blanc are still two of the most emblematic names in winter sports, attracting thousands of advanced-level skiers, snowboarders and ski-mountaineers from all over the world. But you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy Chamonix.
Mayrhofen can be whatever you want it to be. It has a huge, high-altitude skiing area, the infamous Vans Penken freestyle park, an in-your-face après scene, high-end restaurants, plenty of kids activities, a short airport transfer and all this set in a picturesque and traditionally Tyrolean town.