How Far In Advance Could You Book A Ski Holiday?

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How Far In Advance Could You Book A Ski Holiday? Your first option of the chalet, apartment or hotel is more likely to be vacant the earlier you book your holiday. Booking your ski holiday early means you can choose from all the options to work out which chalet’s got the correct number of bedrooms, decent living space, and close to the ski lift and restaurants. If you are thinking of booking for this Christmas, read on.

Best ski resorts
It’s the perfect Christmas we would all want. So, spend your Christmas in a snowy resort with twinkling lights, sleigh bells ringing, and ski at the same time? Sounds idyllic to me; it is magical for families, especially romantic for couples, and super fun for friends. A good read is what are the leading ski resorts of France, Switzerland & Austria?

Best ski resorts for families

Wengen in Switzerland
This lovely village, where the streets are festively decorated, promotes this happy period, and the atmosphere is vibrant. Christmas Eve is for fun ideal for families as the village is car-free with excellent play areas and gentle slopes. Terrific toboggan runs the whole family can enjoy with plenty of other outdoor skating and curling activities. The resort is 1,275m; its slopes span 945m to 2,970m with 213km of pistes served by 45 lifts.

Beitostolen in Norway
It is another excellent resort for families, beginners, and teenagers offering a range of extra activities to keep the youngsters happy. Its amazing views of the National Park and the Bitihorn Mountain are joyous. The restaurants, bars, and shopping facilities are a few minute’s walk from all the accommodation. There are 21 pistes and two floodlit for nighttime skiing, with gentle slopes and a ski school; it’s excellent for those new to the slopes. Teens will adore snowmobiling, sliding on an inflatable boat, and husky sledging. There is 300km of cross-country trails to explore. The 900m resort has slopes at 700m to 1,107m and 20km of pistes, served by nine lifts.

Best for groups

Ischgl in Austria
For those who love to ski and love the nightlife, even more, it’s perfect for intermediate levels of skiers with high-quality snow and lavish parties famous in this old farming village. Christmas here is lovely, with carols in the town during Christmas time. A gondola feeds into the lifts that run to the Swiss border. 238km of terrain in Ischgl with pistes of 1,400m to 2,870m covered by 45 lifts, intermediate skiers will have plenty of runs to keep them happy.

Best luxury ski resorts

Megève in France
A crystal Christmas tree will greet you in the town square, which is surrounded by bars, restaurants, and hotels. Michelin-star restaurants, spas and magnificent views of Mont Blanc add to the sophistication of this beautiful ski resort. If you want the best Christmas ever, then this is where you need to be; close by is Chamonix and Verbier. The resort is 1,100m with 325km of pistes with slopes at 850m to 2,335m served by 88 lifts. This resort attracts couples and groups wanting luxury.

Best ski resort for relaxing

Obergurgl in Austria
This ski resort is one of the highest ski resorts in Europe at 1,930m near Innsbruck; it is famous for Austria’s most snow-sure ski villages. It’s popular with families who return time and time. A traditional town that doesn’t get busy, it’s ideal for beginners and intermediates with gentle slopes and family-friendly locals; it’s wonderful for a Christmas getaway. Après ski is the perfect mix for a traditional evening with cosy fires and a warm vibe; it’s laid back and relaxed if you want a wild night out; this is not for you. The resort is 1,930m with slopes at 1,795m to 3,080m, and pistes of 110km, covered by 24 lifts, a quiet and peaceful Christmas awaits you here.