Deals Feb 10, 2020 | Welove2ski
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The Latest Offers…and a New Resort in Colorado

Some great new holiday offers and the ski news.
Deals Feb 10, 2020 | Welove2ski
Arc 1950. Photo: © Andy Parent.

Some great ski holidays are on offer in February, March and April. As well as looking through the deals below, it’s also worth seeing what the ski specialist travel agencies have on offer, such as SNO, Snowfinders and Ski in Luxury. Most of the major tour operators have ski holiday deals available throughout the winter, too.

Arc 1950 with 15% off lift passes and £1,340 apartment with P&V
Arc 1950, family friendly, ski-in ski-out village, is offering 15% off lift passes for the week of February 29 to March 7. A seven night stay at P&V premium residence Arc 1950 Le Village, arriving February 29, is £1,340 for an apartment sleeping four, not including flights and transfers. Bookings: Arc 1950.

Obergurgl in February from £1,399pp with SNO
Obergurgl’s four-star Hotel Bergwelt has been reduced by over 30% from £2,109pp to £1,399pp. Departing on February 22, the package covers flights from Stansted, airport transfers and half board catering. The hotel is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group and is well known for its food and wine. Facilities include an extensive spa and fireside lounge. Bookings: SNO.

Les Saisies in late March for £207pp with Peak Retreats
Les Saisies is a traditional resort with a lively atmosphere and skiing for all abilities. Stay in the modern four-star apartments at ski-in ski-out residence Les Chalets des Cîmes, located 200m from the resort centre. Facilities include child and teen clubs, and access to the indoor heated pool and wellness area. Save £100 on a seven-night stay on the week commencing March 28, staying in a two-bedroom Confort apartment. It’s now £207pp based on five sharing (was £227pp) including return Eurotunnel crossings with free FlexiPlus upgrade. Bookings: Peak Retreats.

Soll late February from £549pp with Inghams
As children head back to school after the half-term break, adult skiers can take advantage of last-minute deals, departing February 22. The popular Tirolean resort of Soll has a pretty pedestrian village centre, lively bars and access to the huge SkiWelt area. Seven nights half board at four-star Sporthotel Mödlinger is from £549pp. Price represents a saving of £380pp and includes return flights from Manchester to Salzburg and airport transfers. Bookings: Inghams.

Val Thorens for £325pp with Erna Low
Save 20% on selected apartments in Val Thorens on the week starting February 29. Residence Cheval Blanc offers great value three-star apartments in an ideal location next to the nursery slopes, ski-in ski-out and in a quiet position. Book a self-drive package including a one-bedroom/four-person apartment and Flexiplus Eurotunnel crossings for £325pp based on four sharing (includes 20% off accommodation, full price £1,557). Bookings: Erna Low.

Flaine in April for £318pp with Ski Collection
With a car-free centre and doorstep skiing, Flaine is perfect for beginners and families. Stay in Residence Le Centaure, a modern ski-in ski-out property with apartments sleeping up to eight. Facilities include bakery delivery service and free access to the Centre Ô des Cîmes Spa with its indoor heated swimming-pool. Stay an extra night week commencing April 11, with eight nights for the price of seven. So eight nights in a two-bedroom apartment is now £318pp based on five sharing, including return Eurotunnel crossings with free FlexiPlus upgrade on the week of April 11. Bookings: Ski Collection.

Paradiski in February for £929pp with Ski Beat
On the week of February 22 you can fly from Manchester and save £300pp. Stay 150m from the Vanoise Express, taking skiers over to La Plagne, and get cosy in the traditional Chalet Chamois in Plan Peisey. A week’s stay chalet board now costs £629pp (it was £929pp, saving £300pp). The price also includes return Manchester or Gatwick flights and transfers. Bookings: Ski Beat.


Skiing News

Bluebird Backcountry will open Whiteley Peak in Colorado this month, the world’s first ski resort without any form of motorised transport and the first resort to open in Colorado in 15 years.

Located one hour’s drive north of Silverthorne, the resort will offer uphill access to around 1,200 acres of backcountry terrain. You’ll be able to enjoy wide open meadows as well as more challenging areas thick with Aspen trees. All off-piste levels are welcome and the resort will offer lessons for first-timers, in addition to safety clinics. To keep the experience remote and quiet, Bluebird Backcountry will only allow 300 skiers in the resort each day. Whiteley Peak will open on February 15 for a test season until March 15. For more information visit


About the author

Felice Hardy

Felice's first job was at Vogue magazine and she then went on to become deputy editor of the Ski Club of Great Britain's magazine. Later she was (and still is) a travel writer touring the world for a huge variety of publications including The Guardian, London Evening Standard, Country Life, Conde Nast Traveller, Tatler, and BA Highlife magazine. She has co-edited 18 ski and travel guidebooks for Cadogan Guides, Debrett's and Which? Books. She has co-edited Welove2ski since 2008.

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