Three Valleys, France
The Three Valleys is considered the largest ski area in the world. It represents a great option if you’re travelling with a diverse group of people with different ski abilities and expertise. It has over 600km of pistes and over 200 efficient lifts.
Top resorts in this area include the Méribel, the Courchevel and the Val Thorens.
The Dolomites area is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its pale mountains and unusual rock formations. The Sella Ronda circuit and the Marmolada Glacier are two must see attractions if you decide to choose the Dolomites for winter vacation. This region is also very popular for its gourmet cuisine.
Famous resorts here include Cortina, Colfosco and Corvara.
This is without a doubt one of the top ski destinations in North America. With over 8000 acres of snow-covered slopes, Whistler has become every skier dream stop. This Canadian ski resort also provides breathtaking views, whether it’s the Blackcomb mountain or the lovely Lake Alta you’ll adore the scenery.
Once you’re there make sure you explore the peaks and bowls around Whistler Mountain.
The Matterhorn ski paradise, located between Zermatt and Breuil-Cervinia at an altitude of roughly 3883 meters, is Switzerland’s highest ski region. The best part is that once you hang the skiing boots for the day, there’s still lots of cool activities to enjoy in the evening, such as shops, bars and clubs.
Its terrain is well prepared for experienced skiers as well as untrained ones.
This is a great choice if you’re looking to combine sports and luxury. Aspen is well known for being one of the top skiing places in the world, but it also provides some retail therapy with high-end brands such as Prada or Gucci.
Its ski area surrounds 4 main mountains: Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk.