Ski Tours

A ski tour is a fantastic and fun way to bring together your students or a group of friends. We offer a number of exciting and varied destinations in Europe and America which cater to all levels of ski ability. We have resorts which would be specifically suitable for beginner groups, as well as more challenging options. Our team have years of experience in organising safe and successful ski trips for schools and adults alike.

Our standard ski package would include:

  • 6 nights bed, breakfast and evening meal accommodation.
  • Coach transfers on arrival and departure
  • 5 days ski lessons (2 or 4 hours)
  • 5 days ski hire (ski’s, boots, poles)
  • 5 day ski pass
  • 5 days helmet hire
  • Fully comprehensive ski insurance
  • 1 free leader place with every 10 students

Lavarone, Italy

The attractive resort of Lavarone is one of our most popular resorts. The hotels are perfect for student groups and are situated in different villages, all easily accessible to the slopes. It caters very well for all abilities, especially beginners and is an ideal choice for a first ski trip.

Altitude: 1180 – 1600 metres
Ski lifts: 15
Slopes: 19 blue, 3 red, 1 black
Longest run: 3.5km
Total km of slopes: 30
Snowmaking: Yes

Tarvisio, Italy

Located near the border with Austria and Slovenia, Tarvisio is an ideal resort for student groups willing to get well acquainted with the snow. It is also well-known for its market, shops and hospitality. The ski area is in a very fortunate position with its wonderful panorama of the Julian Alps. Tarvisio is also one of the coldest and snowiest areas of the Alps!

Altitude: 800 – 1800 metres
Ski lifts: 12
Slopes: 7 blue, 8 red, 4 black
Longest run: 4km
Total km of slopes: 35
Snowmaking: Yes

Grandvalira, Andorra

The Grandvalira Ski Area in the Andorran Pyrenees was established in 2003 through the combination of two of the oldest ski resorts in the Pyrenees – Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig and Soldeu-El Tarter. This merger made Grandvalira the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees and one of the largest in Europe. Grandvalira is completely connected and accessible with a single ski pass. It is a great choice for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.

Altitude: 1710 – 2640 metres
Ski lifts: 66
Slopes: 21 green, 42 blue, 30 red, 25 black
Longest run: 6km
Total km of slopes: 210
Snowmaking: Yes

Folgaria, Italy

Folgaria is a very well-established resort, located in the Trentino Dolomites. It offers a bigger variety of slopes than Lavarone and the skiing areas are dotted around numerous small villages. Folgaria is a bustling and typically Italian resort, where beginners are well catered for and intermediate and advanced skiers will be faced with an excellent choice of slopes

Altitude: 1280 – 2000 metres
Ski lifts: 22
Slopes: 23 blue/green, 20 red, 5 black
Longest run: 2.6km
Total km of slopes: 74
Snowmaking: Yes

Prato Nevoso, Italy

Prato Nevoso is one of Piedmont’s most advanced ski resorts. The terrain ranges from gentle nursery slopes to more challenging, well maintained slopes so you can be sure to find the ideal terrain for your groups level of skiing. You will have access to the Mondolè ski area which combines Prato Nevoso, Artesina and Fabrosa Soprana.

Altitude: 1496 – 2029 metres
Ski lifts: 31
Slopes: 22 blue, 23 red, 4 black
Longest run: 4km
Total km of slopes: 3130
Snowmaking: Yes

Borovets, Bulgaria

Borovets is a modern ski resort located in the Rila mountains, Bulgaria. The resort provides excellent skiing facilities, pistes and lifts. Borovets is an Alpine type resort, providing very good conditions for snow sports during the winter: The ski runs vary in difficulty so they are equally suited for beginners, intermediates and advanced skiers. The snow cover on the slopes remains from December until April.

Altitude: 1300-2560 metres
Ski lifts: 13
Slopes: 5 blue, 7 red, 3 black
Longest run: 12km
Total km of slopes: 58km
Snowmaking: Yes

Salzkammergut, Austria

Our groups mainly ski in Gosau, a charming rustic village, which is the largest ski area in Dachstein West. Softly curved ski runs are great for beginners, however Gosau is in particular good for intermediate skiers. It is also great for snowboarders to learn and improve new skills.

Altitude:900 -1650 metres
Ski lifts: 58
Slopes: 37 blue, 45 red, 8 black
Longest run:4.2 km
Total km of slopes: 142
Snowmaking: 85%

Sierra Nevada, Spain

Although Sierra Nevada is perhaps the sunniest ski resort in Europe, it boasts exceptional snow cover from November to mid-April/May with large and attractive ski terrains. It stands out for having clean, wide, obstacle-free slopes, suitable for all levels, which are groomed daily and it has the greatest skiable vertical drop!

Altitude: 2100 – 3300 metres
Ski lifts: 22
Slopes: 17 green, 40 blue, 52 red, 7 black
Longest run: 6km
Total km of slopes: 105
Snowmaking: Yes

Leysin, Switzerland

Situated on a plateau above the Rhone Valley and renowned for its sunshine, Leysin is a picturesque ski resort. With over half the slopes catered toward beginners, it is a good choice for school groups and snow coverage is generally reliable due to its high altitude.

Altitude: 1200 – 2200 metres
Ski lifts: 12
Slopes: 15 blue, 5 red, 3 black
Longest run: 7km
Total km of slopes: 60
Snowmaking: only on main slope

Tatranská Lomnica, Slovakia

Allowing access to some of the best skiing in Tatras, the resort of Tatranská Lomnica has a good variety of slopes including Lomnické Sedlo, the highest and steepest piste which starts at an elevation of 2190 metres! It also boasts a 5-month snow guarantee.

Altitude: 903 – 2196 metres
Ski lifts: 10
Slopes: 19 blue, 10 red, 1 black
Longest run: 6.5 km
Total km of slopes: 12
Snowmaking: 90%

Zakopane, Poland

Zakopane, known as the winter capital of Poland, is home to the Tatry ski area which is comprised of 9 smaller resorts all covered by one ski pass. The groups mainly ski in Kotelnica which is ideal for school groups, especially beginners. One of the attractions in this resort are the thermal baths right by the slopes!

Altitude: 931 – 1030 metres
Ski lifts: 10
Slopes: 10 blue, 5 red
Longest run: 1.9km
Skiable terrain: 14.5
Snowmaking: Yes

Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire, USA

Cannon Mountain, in New Hampshire’s spectacular Franconia Notch State Park, offers some of the most exciting skiing in the east. The mountain offers some challenging trails and glades, although two thirds of Cannon’s terrain is rated beginner and intermediate.

Altitude: 610 – 1280 metres
Ski lifts: 10
Slopes: 15 beginner, 34 intermediate, 23 expert
Longest run: 2.3 miles
Skiable terrain: 178 acres
Snowmaking: Yes

Please Note:

  • A selection of apres ski options, suitable to all groups, are available in each of our resorts.
  • A daily packed lunch or hot lunch on the slopes is available in all resorts for a supplement. (Please note that some of our packages already include a daily lunch).
  • You can opt to stay for more or less nights.
  • Perhaps combine your ski tour with a city break.
  • We only use scheduled flights to allow flexibility for your outbound and return dates.