Admiring the dramatic mountain landscape from atop the ski lift, feeling the cold air nipping at your cheeks, experiencing the rush of adrenaline as you carve the snow… there’s nothing quite like a  ski day!

Still, don’t know where to go? Just take a peek on our list, pick your favorite and start planning your next winter trip.

French Alps:

fernieThe Chamonix valley is a French resort area, situated in the north-westerly part of the Alps near the junction of France, Switzerland and Italy. At the base of Mont Blanc, the highest summit in the Alps, it’s renowned for its skiing and it’s diversity of villages and natural assets: it offers numerous activities for a wide range of people, from the family to the adventurer and people who want leisure and relaxation to those who are keen on discovering new things and new experiences. cuando si: diciembre enero cuando no: julio y agosto

British Columbia:


Specifically, Fernie. Epic snow. Vast mountains. A historic town complete with stories & legends. Interesting characters. Passionate people. That is what Fernie is, all in all. Where legendary ski and snowboarding fuses with real stories from locals, pioneers, ski bums and free skiers in one of the most classic Rocky Mountain ski towns in America. Delivering over 2500 acres of skiable terrain, up to 37 feet of snow in a season, 142 named runs, 5 alpine bowls, state of the art snowmaking and grooming equipment, and an exceptional beginner’s area, Fernie is a true winter playground for skiers and riders of all llevels.

Jackson Hole:


Wildlife viewing, national parks, historic, western town and the best skiing around make Jackson Hole the ideal location for your ski vacation. Jackson Hole has an amazing ski school with a focus on fun learning techniques as well as raising the next generation of passionate skiers and riders. Also, there is an Aerial Tram, which, is one of the fastest and biggest in the world. If you have never skied before, Jackson Hole is the right place to start; If you are already an amateur or a regular skier, it is the place you are looking for to improve your techniques. Either way, Jackson Hole is an amazing ski destination for every person.



Switzerland is a country of classic ski towns, but Zermatt is the crown jewel. To many, it is the world’s ultimate ski resort. Surrounded by several glacier-clad peaks, everything in Zermatt, including skiing, is dominated by the spiking pyramid of the mighty Matterhorn, one of the most distinctive mountains on Earth. The village itself allows only electric cars and luxury hotels sit side by side with centuries-old wooden barns. Streets are narrow and cobbled; restaurants are abundant and expensive. It’s everything you imagine a Swiss ski village to be.



The Rhodope Mountain is the oldest mountain massif in Bulgaria. As a whole, this big mountain massif has a slight southeast inclination. The combination between the mild climate and the great number of warm mineral springs, which have turned numerous settlements into Ski resorts, has been a good prerequisite for the mountains to be visited all year round. There are several ski centers facilitating the ski zone access making it quick and easy and there are,  also, many ski schools with experienced ski instructors; some of them are real sport stars with successful carrier in the past.

Cortina d’Ampezzo


Is Cortina d’Ampezzo a dream destination of skiers? It certainly is, and there are many reasons why! It’s downhills are almost as if they where carved just for snow sports. Even the younger skiers can feel the adrenaline in the air which has all to do with numerous World Cup, Nordic Skiing Championships, and numerous race competitions of every type having been held here. Lots of history and memories are associated with Cortina, and nowadays it is still making history, as one of our favorites places to ski in the entire world.



More than a ski vacation, Innsbruck is a cultural experience. Travelers looking for fantastic skiing and more will find Innsbruck the perfect choice.Innsbruck is the Tyrolean capital and is known for its architecture, sightseeing, cultural events, and convenient access to miles of exhilarating ski runs. There are several snowboard parks in the area and Cross-country skiing is  also very popular with so much natural beauty to enjoy.




Thanks to the near-constant storm cycles pumping out of neighboring Siberia, the mountains on the Japanese island of Hokkaido are globally renowned for having some of the most consistent, lightest powder on Earth. Niseko is the preeminent spot here, where night skiing is the number one sport on the charts. Deep-powder runs through illuminated nighttime forest are a Niseko specialty. Given the windstorms that periodically lash the mountain, the mountain’s perfectly spaced birch forests are often the best, most sheltered places to ski and snowboard.



Quickly developing a reputation as one of the world’s premier adventure towns, Wanaka sits on the shores of sprawling Lake Wanaka amid New Zealand’s Southern Alps. Surrounded by rugged, Lord of the Rings-style alpine scenery, the tranquil town is peppered with hostels, cafes, pubs, and small, luxury eco-lodges.



Up in the north of Finland, Lapland is known as the land of extremes – with temperatures that can drop below -30°C, a population dominated by reindeer and miles of rugged, unspoiled landscapes. And if Santa Claus can make his home there, then it must be pretty special, right? There are around 75 ski resorts in Finland, most of them small local hills next to cities and villages. The big ones, however, lie in the fells of Lapland, and are classic winter holiday destinations. Lapland’s versatile resorts offer downhill enthusiasts everything from kids’ runs to black slopes, and snow parks to backcountry exploring.

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