With over 164 resorts on offer, it’s a tricky decision deciding where to take your group of family or friends. Our ski experts have over 30 years’ experience in creating the perfect group holiday and know that every group is slightly different with varying wish lists and abilities. We have the knowledge and first-hand experience required to find your group the perfect resort.
France is one of the world’s most popular countries to ski in, boasting 325 ski areas. The Trois Vallèes area offers 600km of piste whilst the Espace Killy boasts an extensive area of over 300km of pistes. There is a resort perfect for every type of group, from party resorts such as Val Thorens for the young, to La Plagne ideal for family groups and Val d’Isère a charming resort perfect for corporate groups.
A superb resort for groups, Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe and part of the world’s largest ski area, Les Trois Vallèes. Perfect for fans of après ski.
In the heart of Les Trois Vallèes ski area, Méribel is a great base for a group ski holiday. Its charm and exceptional skiing makes Méribel’s universal popularity deserved.
Sitting in the shadow of Mont Blanc, this resort is great for intermediate to expert skiers looking to explore new terrain. It’s also great for long group ski weekends.
Les Deux Alpes
Boasting 225km of pistes, 47 ski lifts and a funicular on the glacier; there is a range of affordable accommodation and the après ski is fantastic.
This resort is perfect for everyone from non-skiers to experts. It boasts a charming atmosphere, incredible après ski and nightlife, and great skiing late into the season.
Neighbouring La Plagne, these resorts form Europe’s Paradiski area. It's a fantastic choice for beginner & intermediate skiers looking to boost their confidence.
Austria is a great choice for a group ski holiday. The combination of vast and beautiful ski areas, a lively après ski scene, affordable accommodation and an exceptionally warm and friendly atmosphere make it an irresistible choice all groups ought to consider.
This Austrian chocolate box style resort is perfect for groups looking to enjoy the full Austrian experience.
One of the most prestigious resorts, the stylish ski area sees skiers returning annually. Perfect for groups looking to enjoy wild nightlife and incredible pistes.
136km of skiing and Austria’s most extreme vertical run, Mayrhofen combines fantastic skiing with great après and its own Snowbombing Festival every April.
The versatility of skiing in Switzerland is an experience every member of a group will enjoy despite their ability. The villages boast Alpine charm, with idyllic, traditional snow-covered chalets which look they’ve come straight from a fairytale it’s difficult to find somewhere prettier.
Set with the awe-inspiring Matterhorn as a backdrop, Zermatt is a luxurious resort. Offering an array of superb restaurants, a foodie group should look no further. Buon appetito!
If you’re looking to ski immersed in beautiful Alpine scenery, embrace delicious long mountain lunches and an excellent après ski scene, Italy could be perfect for your next group ski holiday.
This Italian resort is excellent for intermediate ski groups seeking a reasonably priced holiday.
The American’s don’t do anything by half and when it comes to skiing there is no exception. Big mountains, amazing après ski, high tech lift systems and beautiful scenery makes it a fantastic choice for a group ski holiday.
Vail boasts the largest skiable area in North America accessible with the Epic Pass. It is perfect for mixed ability groups due to the abundance of powder and novice slopes.
Skiing across the pond is exciting at the best of times but with a large group of friends, family or both it can become the ski holiday of a lifetime. Breathtaking Alpine scenery, a friendly atmosphere, amazing off the slope activities and high levels of service are just a few of the many things you can look forward to when skiing in Canada.
One of the world's best ski resorts and great for groups due to the fantastic nightlife, bustling town and one of the largest, most varied skiable areas in the world.
The home of skiing and one of the most successful nations ever to compete in the Winter Games, a Scandinavian ski holiday ought to be on everyone’s bucket list. Quieter than its Alpine competitors, Norway offers some of the world’s most scenic skiing with amazing off the slope experiences too, such as seeing the northern lights and husky sledding.
Just two hours from Oslo, a vast selection of accommodation and more slopes than any other Norwegian resort, Trysil is an excellent resort for groups.