With lower prices, fewer crowds, higher accumulative snow depths, better weather, and longer days, Easter is a great time to ski! What’s more, it’s not too late to ski in April with Snowfinders. Pick the higher resorts and you’ll have a ball!
Take a look at the following resorts that will all make for fantastic Easter skiing:
A paradise for intermediates, La Plagne is made up of 10 villages, ranging from the purpose-built Aime 2100 to the quaint Montchavin.
Beginners will also find good nursery slopes, with 17 free lifts, in the La Plagne ski area. There are few steep black runs for more advanced expert piste skiers. What’s more, the resort is great for those that want to ski off-piste.
Tignes is a high mountain resort with a long ski season, at the heart of the world famous Espace Killy ski area. Tignes offers a large ski area that is suitable for early intermediates to experts.
The Val d’Isere resort delivers fabulous skiing for all levels with its fantastically varied terrain, superb off-piste possibilities and a huge selection of pisted runs.
A purpose-built resort, Flaine makes for a fabulous Easter ski experience for all levels.
Courcheval 1850 is a hotspot for the rich and famous, with upmarket restaurants and hotels, as well as brilliant skiing for all levels.
Nestled in the shadow of the Alps, Cervinia is a cosy ski resort with fabulous ski opportunities as well as an inviting hotel.
Champoluc will offer you the perfect combination of skiing and relaxation this Easter.
Situated in the central valley of the Monterosa ski area, it is convenient to explore the entire ski area of Gressoney. An under-used and under-rated ski area (by the UK market), Gressoney is a great resort to visit and indulge in the true Italian ski experience.
Obergurgl sits at the top of the Oetz valley and is one of the highest and most snow-sure resorts in Austria and is, therefore, a popular choice of resort for Easter skiing.
Lech is an attractive village and attracts a chic upmarket clientele, but is not so exclusive that you will feel out of place. Perfect for a carefree Easter ski!
St Anton is a superb resort both on and off the slopes. It is ideally suited for the adventurous and competent skier who likes to party hard! So if you are looking for an all-round ski holiday experience this Easter, then St Anton is the resort for you!
Full of Austrian charm and set high in the Paznaun valley, Ischgl was once a farming village and is now the playground to the rich and the famous. Ski here for an upmarket ski experience this Easter.
At Snowfinders, we think that Zermatt is one of the most stunning resorts in the world with huge charm, as well as proper alpine tradition and history, making for a fabulous Easter ski holiday.
From the moment you enter Saas Fee you are struck by its beauty. Truly one of the world's most picturesque ski resorts it is a delightful Swiss "chocolate box" village, and the perfect location for an Easter combined with skiing and chocolate!
One of the largest linked ski areas in Switzerland with over 220kms of piste skiing, Flims is a relaxed and low-key resort offering excellent skiing. The resort is also known as Laax (the nearby town). Laax has a young and vibrant feel to it, and of course excellent après-ski.
Whistler has it all (both on and off the slopes) and will definitely not disappoint you this Easter!
Sun Peaks is a great family ski destination, having had recent big investment in the mountain and the village. It features easy access to all three of the mountains.
A purpose-built resort, Vail stretches for almost 5 miles along the I-70 highway and includes 4 departure points to its Villages: Golden Peak, Vista Bahn/Vail Village, Lionshead, and Cascade Village. The centre of the resort is constructed in a Tyrolean design.
Perfect for an upper-class ski experience. Driving through the manned security gates at Beaver Creek is a bit like gaining entrance into an exclusive all-American country club, the resort is pristine and immaculately maintained with a selection of swanky 4 and 5 star residences. Heated walkways connect the hotels and the resort centre to ensure that no one has to tip-toe across the ice.
If you would like some more information on Easter skiing, then why not get in touch with us at Snowfinders?