The Top 15 Best Ski Resorts In The World | According To The Mirror

The Top 15 Best Ski Resorts In The World | According To The Mirror


The Top 15 Best Ski Resorts In The World | According To The Mirror


The Mirror shares their picks for the top 15 ski resorts in the world. We recommend heading over to original post to read all their additional details on when to hit up these resorts as well as pass prices and cheap flights.

Below are their top ten picks, you can read the remaining 5 resorts here.

1. Meribel, France

Located in the French Alps’ Tarentaise Valley, Meribel offers a touch of extra glamour thanks to its luxury hotels, upmarket shops and chic après–ski hotspots.

2. Cervinia, Italy

Nestled in the Valle d’Aosta in northwest Italy, this resort is renowned for its beautiful snow-capped mountains, breathtaking views of the Matterhorn, vibrant nightlife and wide array of hotels and restaurants catering to every budget.

3. Revelstoke, Canada

While Revelstoke does offer pistes for beginners, the resort tends to be tailored more to intermediate and advanced skiiers thanks to the wide array of terrain and steep slopes on offer.

4. Courchevel, France

Part of the Three Valleys, Courchevel offers over 600km of pistes and 162 lifts, so there’s something for everyone from beginners to advanced skiiers.

5. Verbier, Switzerland

Thanks to its breathtaking landscape, luxury accommodation and impeccable ski conditions, Verbier has always been a hit with European royals – Prince Andrew even owns a chalet in the Swiss mountains.

6. Lech, Austria

Head to Lech and you can expect traditional alpine charm, cosy resorts and world-class skiing.

7. Bansko, Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s premier ski resort has everything you need for a fun-filled, budget-friendly ski holiday.

8. Vail, Colorado

One of the largest ski resorts in the world, Vail boasts more than 5,200 acres of ski and snowboard terrain.

9. Zermatt, Switzerland

With unparalleled views of the Matterhorn and 350km of pistes that also take you into the neighbouring Italian resort of Cervinia, it’s no surprise that Zermatt is a firm favourite with those hoping to hit the slopes.

10. Cortina, Italy

Tucked away in the picturesque Dolomites, Cortina is often hailed as one of the world’s prettiest resorts – and no wonder, with its rustic chalets, snow-capped mountains or pristine slopes.

Read the remaining 5 resorts here.

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