Winter Sports Holiday Destinations
There are a host of excellent winter sports destinations, many of which have been established for decades, such as Switzerland, others have become popular more recently such as areas of Canada. What all winter sports destinations have in common is the fact they feature snow, low temperature and a winter environment.
Here are some of the top places for a Winter ski holiday:
The unrivalled scenery and snow sports heritage of Switzerland, make it a favourite destination for European ski holidays. The ski resorts of Switzerland are considered to be among the worlds finest for both cross-country skiing and freestyle skiing.
The diversity of skiing holidays available makes Austria an excellent choice for almost any type of ski-trip or skiing break. The home of Alpine skiing beautiful alpine scenery which are suitable for mixed ability groups and family ski holidays.
France is the premier destination for skiing holidays from the UK. With some of the best ski resorts in the world right on our doorstep, the options for short ski-breaks, last minute skiing holidays and skiing weekends are unbeatable.
Some of the most luxurious ski resorts in the world are found in the mountainous regions of Canada and the USA. The Canadian resort of Whistler is renowned for having some of the best downhill pistes and après-ski throughout the world.
Skiing holidays in Italy may not be as famous as their European neighbours, but they have a distinctive charm all of their own. Italian ski resorts have the added benefit of usually having a lower price tag and are perfect for cheap ski holidays.
Think about it:
The destination you choose should depend on the type of holiday you want.
Taking a skiing holiday is perfect for mixed parties and family holidays as there is so much to do both on and off the slopes. There are a wide range of activities on the pistes; from snowboarding to cross-country skiing or free style skiing. If you don’t want to spend your days on the slopes on a family skiing holiday there are plenty of other entertainments in a ski resort to keep everyone happy.
If you want lots of nightlife for you and your friends, then head somewhere with great bars and restaurants. Alternatively, if you want to learn how to ski you should head for a resort with great ski schools and smaller runs.
On the other hand, when you’re not testing your skills on the slopes, you could be pampering yourself in a spa or trying your hand at other winter sports such as ice climbing, tobogganing or even taking a snow shoe hiking trail.
Whatever your winter sports plans, just remember to buy Winter sports travel insurance before the trip. Ensure all the activities are covered under the insurance policy.
As well as covering any equipment as well as any medical conditions you might have.
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