Educational Ski Trips For International Schools
We offer an extensive range of ski trips where you can choose resorts in France, Austria, Italy, Canada or U.S.A.
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Spanning 3 miles wide and featuring an awesome range of trails, terrain, tubing and interconnected peaks, Sunday River is Maine’s finest resort and a firm favourite with our groups. With great slope-side options to suit all budget, it is also the opportunity to stopover en-route in Boston.
With 7 different ski areas to choose from, all offering spectacular skiing and stunning views, Alpe d’Huez is indeed one of the top locations for school ski groups. It is home to the longest black run in Europe!
If you’re looking for quintessential Austria, then look no further than Oberlungau. The 3 ski areas: Katschberg, Grosseck-Speiereck and Fanningberg offer some of the best skiing in Austria. Oberlungau is where the Northern and Southern Alps meet.
Winter Park is one of the biggest, and finest, ski resorts in Colorado; boasting 3060 acres of terrain, an average annual snowfall of 355 inches and blessed with an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. Winter Park is only 90 minutes drive from the Mile High City, Denver.
Forming part of the Three Valleys ski area, the purpose-built resort of Les Menuires boasts some of the most popular pistes in the entire region. Stay in our fabulous doorstep skiing Clubhotel.
A superb destination for skiers of all abilities, Big White is blessed with lots of natural snowfall, modern facilities and an array of evening activity options.
The two areas of Vallnord and Grandvalira together offer over 300kms of piste. Extensive investment into the ski areas of Andorra has seen resorts employ the latest technology to not only transport skiers and snowboarders to the piste quicker, but provide great slope conditions.
Thanks to an enviable location on the Italian side of the Milky Way, Sauze d’Oulx has always been regarded as one of Italy’s best-loved ski resorts providing access to a wide variety of perfect piste.
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