05 Dec Flourish’s Five favourite ski resorts for 2017
Here, you’ll find the sporty and youthful. It’s the main resort in Switzerland’s largest ski area, the Four Valleys, suitable for all skiing levels. From its stunning landscape and buzzing après-ski scene, Verbier has got it all.
Val Thorens, France
At 7,500 feet, this is the highest ski resort in Europe that offers a longer-than-average season. The resort’s trails aren’t just linked across the Trois’s well-known Méribel and Courchevel valleys—they also eke into the neighbouring Maurienne, offering intrepid travelers a little extra frontier to explore.
12 separate ski areas and 250km of piste are all accessible with just one lift pass in Gstaad. A traffic-free town center, including a promenade lined with luxury boutiques, and fairy tale Swiss-German architecture make this one of Europe’s most traditional winter destinations.
Val d’Isere, France
Val d’Isère remains an experienced skier’s paradise. The area is home to exciting, high-quality, snow-sure slopes that are easily linked and plenty varied. An excellent dining scene and hard-partying nightlife makes a stay here a true holiday in every sense of the word.
St. Moritz, Switzerland
The oldest winter holiday resort in the world is as elegant and exclusive as it gets. The sparkling sun shines on average 322 days a year, pairing with the dry air for what’s known as a ‘champagne climate’.
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