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Ski for intermediates

  • Three skiers going along a flat ski route

Cruising blues and a wide variety of more challenging red runs are the Intermediate skiers’ idyll. Combine these with a seamless lift system and groups of mixed abilities can ski at their level and still meet on the mountain for lunch.


Intermediate Ski Resorts

  • Ski gondolas over Courchevel ski resort in winter

    The epitome of ski-chic, Courchevel exudes style and sophistication; its streets peppered with designer boutiques and top-class restaurants at 1,850m.

  • The centre of a winter village with people walking a flattened pathway lit up at night
    Val d'Isère

    Renowned for its great chalet options, lively nightlife and legendary skiing, Val d’Isère’s partly-pedestrianised centre exudes the alpine authenticity of a vibrant mountain town.

  • Ski lift station

    Occupying a central position in the Three Valleys, Méribel promises unrivalled access across this vast ski area.

  • La Clusaz Ski slopes in winter
    La Clusaz

    A traditional mountain village deep in the Haute-Savoie with a warm welcome and lively outlook. 

  • A church up a hill covered in snow

    Long a fashionable choice of the beau monde, the authentic geniality of Megève is complimented by winter white vistas of the Haute-Savoie and the rugged stature of Mont-Blanc.

  • Rock mountains with snow covered peaks

    Known fondly as The Pearl of the Alps, Saas-Fee is a true gem for ski-lovers.

  • A red and white cable car with the Matterhorn in the background

    A magnet for winter sports connoisseurs, nestling at the foot of the majestic Matterhorn in the Valais canton of Switzerland.

  • Night view of the Crans Montana village and ski resort

    Nestled in a south facing position overlooking the Rhône Valley, hidden gem Crans-Montana is the new place to be; known for its wonderous red runs, long leisurely lunches and sunny outlook.

  • Drone view of snow covered hotels

    Perched on a sunny shelf looking across the Rhône Valley to the Portes du Soleil, Villars is a small, laid-back, but well-established village resort.

  • People on a ski lift in the ski resort of Lenzerheide

    Set in a chocolate box landscape of forests and frozen lakes, Arosa has a laid back traditional Swiss ambience and a friendly welcome. 

  • An aerial view of the snow covered roofs in the town of St Moritz

    With a reputation for elegance and glamour, St. Moritz is one of the world’s most famous winter resorts.

  • Rocky mountain peaks above snowy landscape in San Cassiano
    San Cassiano

    The lure of Dolomite traditions enhances the tranquillity of well-heeled San Cassiano; gourmets will love the choice of Michelin-starred restaurants both on and off the pistes.

  • A snowy mountain side with the sun rising behind a mountain
    Lech & Oberlech

    No expense has been spared in ultra-fashionable Lech, from heated chair lifts and plush accommodation to stylish après in the form of gourmet restaurants and champagne bars, frequented by the impeccably dressed glitterati.

  • A skier skiing off piste through an Aspen tree forest

    Craggy pinnacles and panoramic wilderness are the welcome waggon to this haven of superior snow.

  • Riding a chairlift as a snowboarder passes below
    Park City

    A historic silver mining town in Utah where vehicle license plates claim ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth’, Park City is brimming with western style and ambience.

  • A woman wearing a grey beanie hat looking towards out of focus mountains

    The acclaimed ski resort sits on the rugged west coast of Canada, just a short drive from Vancouver – a direct flight makes it the perfect alternative to European skiing. 

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