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Winter Sports Holiday Costs at an All Time Low

If you’re thinking about a last minute winter sports trip, there has never been a better time to book. According to recent research conducted by The Post Office and Crystal Ski, the cost of things like equipment hire, lift passes and ski schools are all cheaper than last year, thanks to the strength of the Pound against the Euro.

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What we learnt:

The survey found that 24 out of 27 resorts in Europe and North America were cheaper than last year, with things like drinks, meals, equipment hire, ski schools and lift passes down by as much as 15% compared to last year’s costs.
The research focussed on the cost of a six-day holiday for an individual, including ski and boot hire, ski school lessons, plus the costs of lunch and non-alcoholic drinks. The data was then organised to find the cheapest resorts for this season, the top 21 included;
1) Bansko, Bulgaria – £259

2) Kranjska Gora, Slovenia – £264

3) Livigno, Italy – £286

4) Ellmau, Austria – £306

5) Sestriere, Italy – £322

6) Morzine, France – £333

7) Ruka, Finland – £334

8) Soldeu, Andorra – £344

9) Les Deux Alpes, France – £364

10) Serre Chevalier, France – £367

11) Sëlva Val Gardena, Italy – £375

12) Mayrhofen, Austria – £383

13) La Thuile, Italy – £385

14) Kaprun, Austria – £405

15) Courchevel, France – £450

16) Kitzbühel, Austria – £458

17) Val-d’Isère, France – £458

18) St Anton, Austria – £523

19) Saas-Fee, Switzerland – £573

20) Wengen, Switzerland – £597

21) Zermatt, Switzerland – £698
If you’re planning a winter sports break, just remember to invest in quality travel insurance before your trip. Visit for more information on our award-winning cover.

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