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Winter is here and many travelers want to enjoy the season while it lasts by appreciating all the benefits of the cold weather. And, of course, one of the best ways to take advantage of this time of year is skiing! Staying in a cozy cabin with a fireplace and jumping on a snowmobile is the perfect vacation for travelers looking for cold adventures, especially for digital snowmen. For those who are interested in having great skiing and snowboarding experiences in Europe, but also want to avoid the crowded places, there are great alternatives available.
Here are 5 ski resorts in Europe that travelers with different budgets can enjoy this 2023:
This beautiful village and ski resort in the Pyrenees – in little Andorra – could be the perfect place for your next ski holiday. It has a strategic location and has excellent ski runs, including the Avet Run, where World Cup competitions have been held.
Travelers will find great hotels, with prices ranging from $93 to $685 per night, according to the latest Google Travel research, and, for reference, adult lift passes start at $50. There are also cool bars and restaurants and a fun nightlife for young travelers.
For those interested in learning more about what this place looks like, there are live streams from various web cameras showing the weather conditions and people enjoying their time in this charming village.
The most popular ski resorts in the French Alps are usually crowded and can be very expensive, but there is a small village, Morillon, that offers travelers a great skiing experience away from the masses.
Since this ski resort is close to the super-popular Chamonix—just a 50-minute drive—it’s usually overlooked. Here, travelers will find a smooth experience and an excellent opportunity to learn. It has great runs for beginners and is ideal for families.
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There are lodging options starting at $70 per night, lift pass prices starting at $50, and there are restaurants and other villages nearby where travelers can eat delicious crepes and explore other places.
In Northern Italy, there is a wonderful ski resort for beginners and intermediate boarders, located in the Monterosa ski area, considered “one of the best kept secrets in Europe”, according to information shared on SkiLine.
Since Italy is considered one of the poorer ski destinations in Europe, travelers will find Champoluc a hidden gem. It offers great tranquility for families and beginners, and those who want to enjoy empty slopes. The Times considered it the fourth best ski resort in Italy.
According to Google Travel, there are currently 157 hotels and vacation rentals in the area, and prices range from $57 to $495 per night, and passes start at $40 per day.
Trysil is Norway’s largest ski destination. Travelers aiming for a life-changing vacation can see the northern lights here and continue the adventure by taking a few days off to ski at one of the best resorts in Norway.
According to the information shared on the Ski Scandinavia website, this place has a guaranteed long season from December to April and sometimes even until May. Trysil has excellent slopes for all ages and levels, from children’s areas to advanced snow parks to excellent slopes for cross-country enthusiasts.
At this destination, travelers can find lodging, typically starting at $76 per night, and ski pass prices start at around $60 per day for adults. American travelers can take advantage of nonstop flights connecting New York to Norway, which recently resumed operations after a 6-year absence.
This charming town is located in the north of Bulgaria, in the province of Sofia, about 70 km from Sofia. Prices at the ski resort are very attractive to international travelers, as daily lift passes start at $38 and it is possible to find accommodation starting at $30 per night.
There are also luxury hotels, bars, restaurants and shops, and snow usually covers the slopes until April. There are pistes for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers and skiers.
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