Ski season starts in just a few months and you might be starting to think about where you are going to visit on your next trip. From the stunning ski resorts in the mountains of Switzerland to the iconic French Alps, there are plenty of destinations to choose from.
Check out some of our top picks below…
Whistler Blackcomb, Canada
Located in British Columbia, Whistler Blackcomb is one of the largest and most popular ski resorts in North America. It offers a wide variety of terrain, excellent snow conditions, and a vibrant village with plenty of dining and entertainment options.
Verbier is known for its extensive ski terrain, stunning Alpine views, and a lively après-ski scene. It’s part of the vast 4 Vallées ski area, providing access to a wide range of slopes.
Chamonix is a legendary destination for advanced skiers and snowboarders. It’s situated in the French Alps and offers challenging terrain, including the famous Vallée Blanche off-piste run.
Aspen Snowmass, USA
Aspen is a premier ski destination in Colorado, known for its four distinct mountains – Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk. It offers a mix of terrain and a vibrant town with upscale amenities.
St. Anton, Austria
St. Anton is renowned for its steep slopes and excellent snow conditions. It’s part of the Arlberg ski area, one of the largest interconnected ski areas in the world.
Niseko is famous for its consistent and abundant powder snow. It’s a favourite among powder hounds and offers a unique cultural experience in Japan.
Jackson Hole, USA
Located in Wyoming, Jackson Hole is known for its challenging terrain and stunning natural beauty. It’s a great choice for advanced and expert skiers.
Zermatt is famous for its stunning views of the Matterhorn and extensive skiing opportunities. It’s a car-free resort with a charming village.
Part of the expansive Les Trois Vallées ski area, Courchevel offers a wide range of skiing terrain and is known for its luxury amenities.
Telluride, in Colorado, offers a mix of challenging slopes and a charming historic town. It’s often praised for its scenic beauty and welcoming atmosphere.
If you are starting plan your next adventure, remember it’s important to consider factors like your skill level, the type of skiing you prefer (e.g., groomed runs, backcountry, terrain parks), your budget, and the overall experience you want to have, whether it’s focused on skiing, family activities, or nightlife.
And don’t forget we have a huge range of designer sunglasses designed especially for skiing and other sports, which offer protection, clarity and comfort.