Classic Ski Resorts

Zermatt: Cool Chalets, Certain Snow and The Majestic Matterhorn

Zermatt may be home to some awesome terrain, but you’ll enjoy it most if you want to mix skiing hard with eating out in the superb mountain restaurants and soaking up the view.

Why You Need to Ski Champoluc: Unspoilt Charm, Empty Pistes and Reasonable Prices

Champoluc is part of Monterosa Ski, which is Italy’s very own Three Valleys. The area is home to the most underrated skiing in the Alps – both on-piste and off.

Serre Chevalier: The Relaxed and Friendly Ski Resort

Think of Serre Chevalier as the laid-back, country cousin of the A-list resorts further north – a bit smaller, and a bit less high-tech, but also friendlier, more relaxed and with bags more Gallic character.

Park City: America’s Biggest Ski Area

By some measures, America’s new behemoth is actually bigger than Whistler. But what really counts is the buzzing nightlife, the short transfers from Salt Lake City airport, and its mouthwatering variety of skiing terrain.

Banff Lake Louise: Some of The Most Magnificent Mountains in Canada

Banff National Park is home to some of the most stunning scenery we’ve ever seen and three self-contained ski resorts. Taken together, they offer an unusually varied skiing experience…

Val d’Isere: The Ultimate All-Round Ski Resort

A vast off-piste playground, lots of scintillating pistes, and some superb ski schools. There’s no denying it: Val d’Isere is one the world’s very best ski resorts.

Zell am See & Kaprun, Austria: The Ultimate Guide

Zell am See is an attractive resort on the shore of Austria’s most scenic lake. It offers reliable skiing, backed by the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier above Kaprun.