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Posted: 12 March 2019

Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

Easter offers more sun, less crowds and cheaper prices, making it a great time for a school ski trip. Loads of you are heading out to the slopes this Easter – here we take a look at which resorts are most popular this Easter.

Madonna di Campiglio

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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• Stunning Dolomites mountain range• High-altitude• Doorstep skiing

Madonna di Campiglio is always a big hit with our groups, so it’s no surprise to see it’s up here again. This is a very typically Italian resort, so as well as some fantastic skiing, your group can look forward to a warm welcome, excellent food and some really entertaining après-ski activities, all within easy reach of your accommodation.

What do Group Leaders say about Madonna di Campiglio?

Madonna is a world-class ski resort. Its reputation for some of the best-groomed slopes in Europe is richly deserved. If you want a resort with fabulous views and some amazing skiing, where you are royally looked after, then Madonna is the place to be.University College School

Boi Taull

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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• High-altitude resort• Self-contained resort• Great après-ski

If you’re looking for a snowsure resort for an Easter school ski trip, then Boi Taull is ideal. The highest resort in the Pyrenees, the skiing begins at 2,000m – so the vast majority of pistes are open throughout the season.

What do Group Leaders say about Boi Taull?

Skiing for the students was excellent. The fact that there is a green run from quite high up the mountain was great, as the bottom group felt that they could access the ‘mountain’. The resort is very safe and contained with activities for the students each evening.Sir Bernard Lovell Academy

Prato Nevoso

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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• Doorstep skiing• Fantastic beginner area• 95% snow cannon coverage

Prato Nevoso is consistently one of our most popular resorts, and it’s also one of our quietest, meaning your students can spend a lot less time queuing for lifts and a lot more time skiing! Plus, there is a fantastic variety of après-ski activities for your students to enjoy.

What do Group Leaders say about Prato Nevoso?

Prato Nevoso never fails to be a fantastic destination with excellent hotel facilities and the best instructors I’ve ever worked with. Our kids absolutely love the trip, it all works so well. We’re looking forward to 2020 already! Thank you Halsbury.Woking High School


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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• High-altitude resort• Over 400km of piste• Olympic resort

Sestriere is an internationally famous, former Olympic resort offering your students access to the incredible Milky Way area – so it’s no wonder that it’s among the most popular resorts this Easter!

What do Group Leaders say about Sestriere?

Sestriere worked really well as a school trip destination, as it is quick and easy to get beck to the ski school meeting point from all of the local area runs. There was then additional skiing options for more advanced skiers over in Sauze d’Oulx and San Sicario. The hotel was extremely accommodating and the quality of the food was great. The ski instructors were fantastic and worked brilliantly with the students throughout the week. The rep was very helpful throughout. Overall, a great week away!Tomlinescote School

Passo Tonale

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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• Glacier resort• Doorstep skiing• Excellent for beginners and intermediates

Passo Tonale is a high-altitude resort that’s ideal for beginners and intermediates – making it the perfect choice for an Easter school ski trip. Plus, despite being purpose-built, this is a really cosy, child-friendly resort with plenty of welcoming locals.

What do Group Leaders say about Passo Tonale?

Passo Tonale is the perfect location for a school group, especially for a group of beginners. The Miramonti hotel is ideally located just a 2-minute walk to meet the instructors. Plenty of runs to keep our children happy.The Grove Independent School

Jasper, Canada

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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• UNESCO World Heritage Site• High-altitude resort• Massive ski area with varied slopes

Why go all the way to Jasper?

The opportunity to ski in the Canadian Rockies really is one your students will never forget. The scenery is spectacular, the skiing is epic and you’ll stay in the heart of resort where there’s loads of choice for exciting après-ski activities.

Myrkdalen, Norway

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Easter 2019 - Where Are You Skiing?

• Snowiest resort in Europe• Uncrowded slopes• Doorstep skiing

Why go all the way to Myrkdalen?

What better way to inspire a passion for skiing in your students than a school ski trip to Scandinavia, where modern skiing began! This resort is in Voss, an area famous for its adventure sports and epic, snow-capped mountains.

Don’t miss out next Easter!

Availability is already limited, so contact us today to start planning your next school ski trip.

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