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Guide to ski resorts across the world. Where to ski? Which resort is best for you? Why go there?

Ski Guide: Bansko, Bulgaria

Bulgaria's historic town of Bansko and ski resort has modern hotels and ski shops on the edge of a plain amid the mountains with a gondola connecting with surprisingly craggy peaks.

Ski Guide: Borovets, Bulgaria

Borovets mountain resort dates some 120 years. Today, it’s a mix of modern Alpine architecture and charmingly unkempt bars, shops and restaurants

Ski Guide: Innsbruck, Austria

Innsbruck in Austria is the capital of the Tirol, and ski town with easy access to a number of ski resorts in the mountains.

Ski Guide: La Plagne, France

La Plagne, a purpose-built ski dream, has a dozen resort hubs, some picturesque and traditional, some modern, with spectacular slopes for everyone from the youngest beginner to the most hardened enthusiast.
Skiing in Bad Kleinkirchheim

Ski Guide: Bad Kleinkirchheim (BKK), Austria

A favourite ski area of Austrian world Cup champion Franz Klammer, Bad Kleinkirchheim in Carinthia is picturesque, inexpensive and family friendly.

Ski Guide: Les Deux Alpes, France

British skiers love Les Deux Alpes – and it’s easy to see why. The French Alpine resort has everything the discerning visitor could want.
Off piste skiing

Q&A: Off-piste skiing – is it for me?

Off-piste skiing might sound scary, but for experienced skiers it can be a fun and exhilarating sport. But is it for you?
Adelboden ski

Ski Guide: Adelboden, Switzerland

A pretty little town with plenty of British history and none of the pretensions of many other Swiss resorts. The ski area is a goodly size with lots of top to bottom runs and views of jagged peaks (not least the Eiger).
Empty slopes at Kappl

Ski guide: Ischgl and Kappl, Austria

Enjoy a fabulous week’s skiing in sunny Austria by purchasing a combined ski pass in Ischgl and Kappl. Check out our ski guide to the region.
Val Gardena skier

Ski Guide: Val Gardena, Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy

With over 500 km of groomed slopes, 300 days of sunshine and the world famous Sellaronda, Val Gardena is a paradise for skiers.

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