Where Are You Skiing This Easter?21/03/2018 16:23:24
Easter is the ideal time to take a school ski trip, especially if you enjoy skiing in the sunshine! Plus, the prices are lower than during February half term and the slopes are also generally less crowded.
So, where are you skiing this Easter?
When planning a school ski trip over Easter, we do advise that you look for a high-altitude resort. And it seems like plenty of you have heeded this advice as the chic, high-altitude resort of Madonna di Campiglio is one of our most popular this Easter!
In the Dolomiti di Brenta, Madonna di Campiglio really is a stunning setting for a school ski trip.
Plus, the resort won ‘Best Ski Resort’ at the School Travel Awards 2017/18.
Prato Nevoso is another good bet for Easter as 95% of the pistes are covered by the resorts snow cannons. And so it’s no surprise that this great resort is one of your favourites this Easter.
Part of the huge Mondolé ski area, Prato Nevoso offers groups access to 130km of skiable terrain. This is also a great resort for beginners, offering great progression.
Bansko also makes it on to the list of most popular resorts this Easter. And with a long season that runs until May, with 90% snow cannon coverage when Mother Nature doesn’t play ball, it’s no surprise.
We really do recommend this resort as one of the best in terms of value for money. Bansko offers alpine quality on a budget and yet still remains a real hidden gem!
Les 2 Alpes is a glacier resort and opens for a summer season, so it should be of no surprise that it’s generally a safe bet for Easter school ski trips.
It’s also the second highest resort in the Alps and one of the most famous in Europe, so it’s earned its place as one of your most popular destinations this Easter!