10 of the Cutest Ski Resort Towns

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Le Miroir


This hamlet is tucked among several ski resorts in the French Alps, boasting some of the longest off-piste ski runs in the world. This ideal winter hideout is perfect for skiers who crave serious adventure and still get luxury accommodation at the Chalet Pelerin.


Saas Fee


This beautiful car-free village (top) offers cross-country skiing, tobogganing, and some of the most reliable snow conditions in the Alps. For your Switzerland vacation Allain Apartments provide quality Saas Fee chalets rental – all of them are fully furnished, and you can enjoy the comfort and cosy atmosphere whlst discovering the breath-taking views.


Priesteregg


This tiny village in Austria is hidden on a high plateau and nearby ski areas provide skating, sledding, and snowshoe adventures. Wood built chalets offer wood burning stoves, hot tubs, and fireplace views.


Courmayeur


This charming Italian village has a mix of easy skiing and challenging off-piste runs, as well as the opportunity to heliski! Rustic huts and mountain restaurants offer superb dining options – and there are 84 places to stay.


Telluride


Colorado, USA is the home of the tastefully restores ski area that’s renowned for its steep slopes, fields, glades, and bowls. The Mountain Village is linked to the ski site by a gondola! Choose from mountain lodges or boutique hotels for fantastic accommodation.


Garmisch-Partenkirchen


With the highest mountain in Germany, this is Bavaria’s most famous alpine resort. Accessible by cable-car or cog-railway skiers can whisk down the glacier. There are loads of lodging properties close by in the sprawling village.


Seefeld


Offering a wide range of winter sports this Austrian village has slopes perfect for beginners and intermediates. This destination is world renowned for cross-county skiing, and accommodation is provided by high-end hotels.


Zermatt


The skiing in this Swiss resort is reputed as being one of the best in the world as the Matterhorn is its most iconic mountain. The size and diversity offers endless possibilities for skiers of all abilities, and you can stay in a top hotel, or choose a more humble guesthouse.


Megeve


One of France’s most upmarket ski resorts boasting over 400km of piste skiing including some of the best slopes in the Alps. There aren’t any huge hotels, just a pretty medieval town with 96 properties available for you to choose from!


Grindelwald


The real draws of this Swiss resort are the downhill activities that combine snow and speed! Sledding, tobogganing, and snow biking are all making turns on these slopes. An on-site wellness centre at the Aspen Alpin Lifestyle hotel will cater for all your sore muscles.