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Holiday Type / Intermediate Ski

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.

 

Dolomites Ski Safari

Renowned for their natural beauty, the Dolomites provide the perfect winter playground - this 5 or 7 night ski safari being ideal for those confident on red runs. In the company of professional mountain guides you will ski different terrain each day before cosying up for the night in family-run mountain huts where the hospitality is exceptional. The itinerary, featuring a route that can be enjoyed entirely on lift-served pistes or which can encompass more challenging off-piste terrain, allows for maximum time on the slopes and features fabulous...

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Whistler, Canada

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. Formed by two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, there are endless challenges on both peaks including extensive off-piste and back country skiing with a guide. The blissful variety and scope of the area provide an intermediate’s pic’n’mix of long cruising runs mixed with steeper challenges; superb heli-skiing terrain can also be appreciated by good intermediates. At the foot o...

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Vail & Beaver Creek, USA

Majestic pinnacles and wilderness vistas welcome ski enthusiasts to a haven of superior snow, charming resort towns and sophisticated mountain hideaways. Averaging over 300 days of sunshine a year, Vail has a cosmopolitan vibe. The bustling hubs of Vail Village and Lionshead Village feature pedestrian friendly, heated streets where upscale restaurants, boutiques and art galleries mingle with slope-side après-ski decks, bars and nightclubs. Vail’s vast skiable terrain (at 5,289 acres, it’s one of the largest single mountain ski resorts in North ...

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The Three Valleys, France

Renowned as one of the best ski resorts in Europe, The Three Valleys (Les Trois Vallées) is an incomparable skiing experience; the allure and exhilaration of the world’s largest interlinked ski network awaits with access to over 600 kilometres of the snow-laden slopes of Courchevel, Les Menuires and Val Thorens. The epitome of ski chic, Courchevel exudes style and sophistication; its streets peppered with designer boutiques and top-class restaurants. The jet set crowd return each year for the ultimate luxury ski holiday with an unrivalled combi...

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Kitzbühel, Austria

Glorious summits form a spellbinding backdrop to the charming medieval centre laced with snow-sprinkled cobbled streets, a magical scene matched only by the exhilaration of the slopes. The atmospheric cobbled centre of Kitzbühel abounds with cafés, exclusive shops and a casino; almost entirely car free, romantic horse drawn carriages complete the captivating scene. A spirited nightlife begins with cheerful après-ski at the foot of the slopes and continues into the early hours with a variety of venues to choose from. Nearby Jochberg is only a 10...

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St. Moritz, Switzerland

Snow-sure slopes and spectacular mountain vistas mixed with a reputation for elegance and glamour, St. Moritz is one of the world’s most famous winter resorts. Nestling at a snow-sure 1770 metres on the western edge of Lake St. Moritz, the town is famed for its wonderful mountain panoramas, designer boutiques and gourmet dining opportunities. Twenty of its restaurants are listed in the prestigious Gault Millau guides, with venues ranging from historic dining rooms to spectacular summit eateries. Dorf, built on the hillside, boasts a concentrati...

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Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria

A Tyrolean winter wonderland welcomes families to 212km of doorstep skiing featuring mixed ability terrain and one of the best children’s ski areas in the Alps. Resort life centres around the village of Fiss, a traditional picture-postcard Tyrolean enclave where families are made welcome and access to winter sports facilities is second to none. In addition to a thrilling gamut of skiing activities, visitors can experience snowcat rides, zip wire thrills, family tobogganing, Segway trekking and more. Particularly attractive is the Panorama Enjoy...

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Park City, USA

An historic silver mining town in Utah where vehicle license plates claim 'The Greatest Snow on Earth' and the largest ski area in the USA awaits exploration. The silver mining town of Park City is brimming with western style and ambience. Historic Main Street offers diverse dining, lively bars including No Name Saloon and enticing shops and galleries housed within a colourful mix of wood clad and red brick former saloons and boarding houses. Only 10 minutes away by complimentary hotel shuttle, Main Street is easy to reach for shopping and even...

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Megève, France

Long a fashionable choice of the beau monde, the authentic bonhomie of Megève is complimented by winter white vistas of the Haute-Savoie and the spectacular Mont-Blanc. Megève’s partly pedestrianised centre exudes old town charm, horse drawn sleighs touring cobbled streets lined with designer boutiques, tea rooms and galleries attracting skiers and non-skiers alike. An open-air ice rink and medieval church complete the picture-perfect scene. On the mountain, a high-energy slope-side party awaits skiers at 2000m courtesy of La Folie Douce while ...

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