In the middle of the Alps, surrounded by awe-inspiring mountain vistas and an idyllic winter landscape resides Davos, the highest city in Europe (5,118 ft), as well as the quaint mountain village of Klosters, with its picturesque chalets (3,937 ft). The two resorts are connected by the five ski areas of the Davos Klosters Mountains.
Jan 27-February 3, 2018
The Arlberg region is birthplace of modern-day alpine skiing and offers 280k of marked runs and 180k for off-piste skiers. With more than a century of skiing tradition, true Austrian alpine hospitality, and fine cuisine, the area is comprised of five quaint Austrian villages, paired with incredible alpine terrain.
Jan 20-27, 2018
Located in the Savoie region of the French Alps, on the border with the Aosta Valley (Italy), the Haute-Tarentaise covers part of the Vanoise massif, the south face of the Beaufortin and the frontier-straddling Mont Blanc massif. Nestled among these peaks lies La Rosière-Montvalezan, a convivial ski resort that upholds the traditional values of the Haute-Tarentaise Valley.
March 31-April 7, 2018