St. Moritz has a reputation as a resort for the rich and glamorous, but in reality offers fantastic skiing, a relaxed atmosphere and non-existent lift queues. Read our ski guide to find out more.
Gastein and Grossarl are a pair of gorgeous and very different winter ski destinations barely an hour’s drive from the divine easy-to-access Austrian city of Salzburg and its airport. We check them out.
The Dolomites in Northern Italy offer fantastic skiing opportunities as well as a mix of Italian and Austrian culture and cuisine.
Mayrhofen is one of Austria’s great ski areas with a huge array of slopes mixed with a pretty town replete with typical Tyrolean architecture and a lively nightlife.
The Schlosshotel Fiss in the Austrian Tyrol may well be an example of alpine luxury at its finest both during the ski season and the summer months.
One of the largest ski resorts in the world, and with runs for every ability level, La Plagne is the pearl of the French Alps.
David Allsop checks out the Murren ski and its revolving restaurant Piz Gloria - a famous Bond location.
A good choice for families and offering plenty of activities - 100km of winter walking trails, curling and ice-skating - for skiers travelling with non-skiing partners.
Famed for its exciting skiing, and lively après-ski, St Anton am Arlberg is a highly popular ski resort situated in the Austrian Tyrol. Ben Clatworthy reports.
Avid skier Ben Clatworthy reports on the Ischgl ski resort in the Austrian Tyrol dubbed the 'the party capital of the Alps'.