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Best Places To Go Skiing In The Alps

One of the highlights of the winter season – apart from the winter Olympics – is going skiing. The Alps are arguably the world’s most popular destination for skiers. It is possible to run into your favourite professional skiers on the ski resorts of the Alps.

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There are a good number of ski destinations in the Alps that are well known and loved globally. People visit the Alps for many fun activities such as:

  • Skiing
  • Biking
  • Climbing
  • Hiking
  • Golfing
  • Sightseeing

Skiing is not the only attraction. However, it may be the major attraction.

The Best Ski Resorts

You will find some amazing skiing resorts in the Alps that will take your breath away. The biggest hurdle you are likely to face is deciding which resort to visit and which to leave. Here is a list of some of the best places to go skiing in the Alps.

Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France

Chamonix lies in the shadow of Mont Blanc. It hosts a vast number of amazing ski slopes in the deep Chamonix Valley. You may chance upon a celebrity skier or two here. Chamonix offers experiences for all classes of skiers from the novice to the expert.

The more experienced skiers are drawn to places such as ‘Valle Blanche’ which are a thrill to conquer. This resort is the most famous ski run on earth. Also, there are ski runs with an elevation of over 2,000km.

The most adventurous skiers make their way to Chamonix throughout the year. It located about an hour from Geneva Airport.

Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

This is a favorite destination not only for skiers but also for holidaymakers. People throng this picturesque resort as much for skiing as for sightseeing. It is also the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed holiday that is as Italian as can be.

Skiers have their pick of four ski areas. Each area has its unique ski experience to offer. Cortina d’Ampezzo is located approximately 148km from Marco Polo Airport in Venice.

Cortina d’Ampezzo

Davos, Switzerland

Of course, the Swiss Alps would make the list! Davos is one of the highest ski resorts in Europe. It offers a total of five resorts of excellent standards. These resorts are all quite popular with skiers as well as tourists.

Davos is a huge network that stretches from the Rinerhorn in the south all the way to Pischa. To get to Davos by car, you will drive for at least two hours from Zurich Airport. If you prefer to get there by train, you have 2 hours and 40 minutes of magnificent landscape viewed from your couch.

Davos, Switzerland

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

These two towns give you the most famous alpine resort in Bavaria. The resort is to be found on the slopes on Mt. Zugspitze which is Germany’s highest mountain. The 2011 World Cup Championships were hosted here. Also, it is an annual stopover for the World Cup Tour.

You can get to the resort by cable-car or cog-railway. This way, you get to enjoy the skiers below as they swoosh by on the glacier you can ski on in Germany. It takes you less than an hour to get to the resort by car from Munich Airport.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany


These resorts and many others can give you the ultimate skiing experience. In addition, you get to view some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Also, you do not have to be a skier to visit these resorts.



To the diehard fans of mountains, the Alps in Europe are a magical destination. Featuring a ravishing scenic beauty and mesmerizing landscape, the Alps attract over 120 million tourists from around the globe each year.