Enjoy plenty of mid-season snow with our selection of fantastic February ski deals. Browse our range of offers on chalets, hotels and apartments across European and North American ski resorts. February is typically a popular month to hit the slopes, with families taking advantage of school half-term holidays, so make sure you get your booking in early for the 2022/23 season. We have hand-picked some of the best places to ski in February. We feature some old European favourites and a winter paradise for British holidaymakers to explore across the pond too. Our experts have over 35 years experience and can help you choose the best place to go skiing in February.
Where to ski in February
Speak to our team of experts today to discuss where to ski in February and tailor make your February skiing holiday. The easiest way to get in touch is to call on the number at the top of this page or enquire online.
Why go skiing in February?
- Warmer temperatures
- Great atmosphere in resort
- Good snow coverage
Other popular dates
Val d'Isere in February
One of the best places to ski in February, Val d’Isère has something for every type of ski enthusiast. In the high season Val d’Isère has the advantage of eight mountain access points and over 100 lifts. You can avoid queueing by varying your lift choice, or opt for ski-in, ski-out accommodation. The après ski scene is exceptional. Go for mellow pre-dinner drinks at rustic Café Face, followed by live music at vibrant Le Petit Danois.
Park City in February
This ski resort is now the largest in the US, having linked the resorts of Canyons and Park city. Park City was founded as a silver mining town, and its Main Street retains a historic feel, making it interesting to explore. There is a good range of places to kick back, whether at a wine bar or even trying your hand at some art at the Paint Mixer. There’s a relaxed atmosphere in the town, and it’s relatively unvisited by British holidaymakers.
Tignes in February
One of the best places to ski in February, Tignes peaks reach a dizzying height of 3,455 metres. The Grande Motte glacier offers skiing almost year-round. Tignes is part of the Espace Killy ski area and linked with one of our favourite ski resorts Val d'Isère. If you are looking for vast ski terrain you will not be disappointed. The après ski scene in Tignes is superb, with more than 60 restaurants and a large sunny terrace at the Loop Bar that is very popular.
Mammoth in February
California’s Mammoth resort is the perfect place to go skiing in February. As the name suggests, Mammoth Mountain is huge – reaching lofty heights of 11,000 feet, with 3,500 acres of ski terrain, including nine unbound terrain parks. Experts will enjoy taking on the challenge of the steep double-diamond chutes, while less-experienced skiers will find plenty of gentler runs to try out.
Val Thorens in February
This is Europe’s highest ski area at a height of 2,300 metres. With direct access to the Three Valleys ski area, Val Thorens has a good range of ski terrain for all abilities, including some challenging off-piste terrain and two glaciers. The 150km of slopes are mostly north-facing, so the snow stays colder for longer. We highly recommend Val Thorens as a great place to go skiing in February.
Courchevel in February
Courchevel is one of the largest and most exclusive ski resorts in the world. The ski resort has a sprawling 600 kilometres of marked pistes, 200 lifts and around 1,100 ski instructors. The modern lift network is superbly speedy, while pistes are pristine, kept in shape with 1,300 snow guns. After a challenging day on the slopes, browse the ski resort’s enticing array of shops.