Match your personalty to your next ski holiday destination!
We have carefully chosen 5 questions that reveal all about you. We will the use your answers to match your personality with a ski resort. Maybe it will be your next winter holiday!
You see a new ski/snowboard jacket that you really want. Do you...?
If someone dared you to jump into a freezing cold swimming pool, would you?
What is your fancy dress outfit of choice?
How do you like to travel?
How do you relax?
Arguably the most famous ski resort on the planet. For almost every skier or boarder, “Val” ticks every box. Val d’Isere is one of the first resorts that we recommend for skiers and boarders looking for après-ski and nightlife in great quantity and quality.
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Ischgl is a lovely resort in the Tirol area of Austria. The village is picturesque yet compact, meaning everything you need is within a short walk away. The centre is traffic free and the skiing is accessed by 3 gondolas all positioned at strategic points along the resort. The resort is very lively after the skiing has finished, the après-ski here is world class.
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Chamonix is a mecca for winter sports enthusiasts the world over. Located close to Geneva, getting to the resort is very simple indeed. “Cham” is something special although not to everyone’s tastes because of its fragmented nature.
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Zermatt is home to arguably the most iconic mountain views in the world, the Matterhorn. The resort itself is a glitzy and glamorous affair with a real cosmopolitan feel. It is one of the few resorts that manages to combine high altitude skiing and a pretty resort village. The skiing is excellent and wide ranging thanks to its links to Cervinia and Valtourneche.
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La Rosiere is a quieter resort which best suits families. There is not a great deal to do after the skiing day is done but there are a few bars in which to have a drink or two to discuss your day on the mountain. The resort is purpose built in nature but it is actually very well done and manages to create a certain Alpine charm.
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The main draw for most visitors to the Monterosa ski area is the off-piste which is not only extensive but quiet too. Catch this area on a powder day and it is amongst the very best at what it does in Europe.
Skiing for beginners and intermediates, there is more than enough here to keep most happy including a good selection of blues and reds.
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La Plagne is a purpose built ski resort in the Tarentaise, it is part of the Paradiski area and is linked with Les Arcs. La Plagne as a single is a bit of a misnomer as it is really several resorts in one large ski area. There are actually 10 different villages in the resort, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. It is therefore very important that you book into the village which best suits your requirements. The main feature of La Plagne is the ski access, due to it’s purpose built nature the majority of the properties are either ski to the door or very close indeed. If you are looking for good value and good ski access then La Plagne should be your first port of call.
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Val Thorens is part of the 3 Valley ski area, the largest linked ski area in the world with 600km of piste to choose from. The resort is famous for two main things, its incredible high altitude skiing and its vibrant nightlife scene. The resort is purpose built but it is not as unattractive as some of the other resorts of its type. Thanks to its purpose built nature, most of the properties offer excellent ski access although some of the chalets are ski in, but this involves taking an non-pisted track. Please call for details of a specific property. The village centre has a covered “mall” with a good selection of shops.
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