The European ski season kicks off in November and carries on through to the end of April, although some of the Nordic resorts will remain open until June.
You’ll get the cheapest deals early and late in the season. However, December and January bring better snow conditions with a packed calendar of events to enjoy both on and off the slopes.
Anyone, with any level of ability can enjoy skiing; there are plenty of people who hit the slopes for the first time on a ski holiday. There are huge numbers of resorts which have slopes and setups that are ideal for beginners. You’ll find plenty of people who are skiing for the very first time.
Ski holidays’ offer a great alternative from lying on the beach. You’ll get to learn a new skill, make new friends and experience an adrenaline rush like no other. Another amazing part of a ski holiday are the, spectacular mountain views you’re unlikely to see anywhere else.
That brings us to the ‘apres ski’, which is a major attraction for many ski holidaymakers. You’ve enjoyed a great days skiing, you can then hit some of the mountain bars and clubs and grab a drink for a party that’s cool in more ways than one.