Group Ski Holidays
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Ski holidays are a social affair and popular with groups. The combination of a sense of adventure, long hearty lunches and of apres ski makes skiing an unbeatable holiday for groups of friends.
Choosing a resort with skiing suited to mixed abilities is important, as is choosing a resort with lively apres ski and good mountain restaurants.
Our Top 6 Ski Resorts for Ski Weekends
As part of the Portes du Soleil, Morzine is part of an enormous ski area with fantastic skiing for skiers of all abilities. Throw in a fun town with lively apres ski and some brilliant restaurants and you have a fantastic ski resort for a group skiing holiday.
Most ski resorts in Austria suit a group ski holiday given the fun apres ski and plentiful mountain huts, but Mayrhofen takes our pick for the top spot.
The skiing is great for all but first-timers, and the apres ski is second to none. There are also three other ski resorts in the Ziller valley to explore.
Alpe d’Huez is well suited to groups thanks to it’s brilliantly varied ski area with great skiing for all levels of skier. Advanced skiers can go on the same holiday as complete novices and both find great skiing.
Add to that the lively nightlife, which kicks off in the afternoon at the Folie Douce on the mountain, and you have a great resort for a group ski holiday.
Although St Anton isn’t well suited to groups with complete beginners due to the challenging skiing, it’s still a fantastic resort for most groups. This is partly down to the large and extensive ski area, the great food on and off the mountain, and of course the absolutely brilliant apres ski which makes it a really fun resort to ski at with a group of friends.
Val d’Isere has a reputation as an advanced skiers resort, and it does of course have amazing skiing for intermediates and experts, but it serves beginners well too which keeps mixed-ability groups happy.
The apres ski is also legendary; it starts in the afternoon in the Folie Douce with DJs and dancing half way up the mountain. Few things build camaraderie like a lubricated last ski run down after a couple of hours dancing and drinking.
With a huge ski area that is particularly well suited to beginners and intermediate skiers, Saalbach-Hinterglemm is a great choice for mixed-ability groups. The skiing is brilliant, there are loads of cosy mountain huts for long lunches and the apres ski in Saalbach is great fun.