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Do you want to go on a skiing holiday this winter? These are the 5 most beautiful ski areas in the Alps!
Do you find it difficult to choose which ski area to go to this year? Then I will help you with that! In this blog you can read about the 5 most beautiful ski resorts in the Alps! Which is your favourite?
The Italian Val Gardena is located in South Tyrol. The village is located between the most beautiful mountains, namely the Dolomites. Val Gardena is located at an altitude of +2000 m, making the area very snow-sure. The area has everything you are looking for in a ski area, it is snow-sure, the landscape is beautiful and the latest facilities provide a lot of comfort.
At the foot of Mont Blanc lies the French village of Chamonix. You ski in this area between one of the highest peaks in Europe. This ensures breathtaking views and Chamonix also has 171 kilometers of wonderful slopes. From wide blue slopes to steep and exciting black slopes. In other words, Chamonix has something for everyone.
Everyone knows the iconic Matterhorn mountain. Skiing around it is something every winter sports enthusiast should have on their bucket list. In Zermatt this is possible with a ski area of 322 kilometers. In these kilometers you will encounter every kind of slope. Zermatt is a pleasant car-free village with a vibrant nightlife. So if you like beautiful skiing and cool après-ski parties, then you should go to Zermatt.
Tignes – Val d’Isere
These two areas together form a gigantic ski area in the French region of Savoie. As in the areas mentioned above, there is something for everyone. If you are an adrenaline junkie this is an area to visit. You can go helicopter skiing here and this area has two snow parks. You can without a doubt call this area snow-sure. This is because the area is located on two glaciers.
Monte Rosa is a beautiful ski area located on the border between Italy and Switzerland. This ski area is known for its varied areas. One minute you’re skiing with a fantastic panoramic view over the imposing mountain tops and in no time you’re skiing between the dense forests. With 132 kilometers of slopes, Monte Rosa is a relatively small area compared to the other areas, but they make up for it in the number of off-piste opportunities. Monte Rosa is known for freeriding, although this is at your own risk. The pearly white snow looks very inviting, but make sure you prepare well and keep an eye on the conditions. They are very unpredictable.