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Enjoying the high-life on the Stubai Glacier

The Stubai Glacier is the largest glacier ski area in Austria, and the most popular one in the Innsbruck region. The Stubai Glacier has 25 modern ski lifts, and over 110 kilometers of gorgeous ski-runs. The Stubai Glacier reaches an altitude of 3300m and therefore enjoys an exceptionally long ski season; from October through to June beautiful and well prepared slopes are at your disposal. The snow is usually of very high quality throughout the Winter, and the better part of Spring. The Stub...

Sankt Anton: for those who like to mix it up a bit

Regarded as the cradle of modern Alpine skiing, Sankt Anton is established as one of Austria’s big-name ski resorts. And for a good reason: it combines proper skiing with a bustling apres-ski. Sitting in a narrow valley at the foot of the Arlberg pass Sankt Anton is a long, sprawling place, with some traditional character.  Bustling with activity throughout the day and late into the night. The vast Ski Arlberg ski area is serviced by several modern cable cars, all of them within walking dis...

Portes du Soleil: skiing without borders

The Portes du Soleil ski area is one of the largest ski areas in the world, spanning across two countries, France and Switzerland. With over 600 kilometers of slopes and close to 200 ski lifts, the area is a paradise for skiing enthusiasts from all around the globe. If you're planning a skiing trip, the Portes du Soleil should definitely be on your radar. One of the most appealing aspects of the Portes du Soleil is the sheer variety of sl...

Skiing heaven in the Italian Dolomites: Cortina D'Ampezzo

Nestled in the heart of the Dolomite Mountains, Cortina D'Ampezzo is a ski resort that offers some of the best skiing opportunities in Italy. With over 120 km of ski slopes and an altitude of 1,225 meters, This picturesque town -located in the Veneto region of Italy- has long been known as a world-class skiing destination, and for good reason. From its varied slopes and scenic views to its reliable snowfall Cortina D'Ampezzo has something for everyone, whether you're a beginner, an intermed...

Saalbach Hinterglemm

The skiing here is absolutely fantastic, the higher runs are wide and treeless and as you ski down you're skiing beautiful tree lined runs. There are mountain restaurants dotted all over the mountains so you're never far away from drinks, food and ..

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Serfaus Fiss Ladis

The village is pretty and affluent; the hotels mostly seem to be 3* or 4* types. There were lots of kids on the slopes during our stay, and the village/ area seems to target families with youngish children. We only had a day skiing so we limited ours..

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La Rosiere

Although it seems like a traditional resort, most of La Rosiere has been built especially for skiing in the past few decades. The ski area is mostly made up of fast long blues and reds served by some nice fast chairlifts. The big point of interest is..

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Val di Fassa
Bad Kleinkirchheim
Sankt Anton am Arlberg

Top 250 snow-sure ski resorts in the Alps

When it comes to skiing, one thing you really do need over anything else, is snow. You don’t necessarily need a massive amount of it, but there’s nothing quite as bad as having an expensive ski holiday spoiled by a poor snow cover or soggy snow! With climate change and global warming very much a reality, snow conditions in ski resorts are becoming increasingly unpredictable. Many people now seek out more snow-sure ski areas to guarantee their skiing and boarding pleasure.

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