Choosing a Ski Area
If you are looking to get the most out of your ski holiday, choosing the right ski area is important. Many of our ski resorts are linked by lifts, passes and ski runs which means that you can access several ski resorts all on one pass. Some of the ski areas are so big you never need to ski the same piste twice.
If clocking up the miles is important to you choosing one of the bigger ski areas will be key. A larger ski area is ideal for intermediate and advanced skiers with access to more challenging terrain and plenty of slopes to tackle before a well-deserved lunch. You can even ski two countries in one day.
If you are a beginner, you may be happier skiing individual ski resorts. The good news is the choice is yours. If you would like to discuss which ski areas and resorts would suit your ski holiday needs, please do call our ski experts for the latest advice, or make an enquiry online.
Ski Solutions Guides:
Ski Areas in France
Boasting a huge 600km of skiing terrain and an impressive 183 ski lifts, The Three Valleys is one of the largest ski areas in the world. Its huge span across the Savoie region means there is something to suit everyone.
Our ski experts have hand-picked the best ski areas in Europe. From the Portes Du Soleil in France to the Dolomites and Milky Way in Italy; read our guide to find out more.
Ski Areas in Italy
The Milky Way ski area boasts over 400km of pistes between a range of linked ski resorts and straddles the French-Italian border. Skiers of all ages and abilities will find a resort to suit them.