St Anton, the bustling, hugely popular ski resort at the foot of the Alberg pass in Austria (spreading across to St Christoph, Stuben, Zurs and Lech) offers some of the best &ndash
Cervinia is ideally situated in the Valle d'Aosta, on the Italian side of the majestic Matterhorn – or Mount Cervino (the resort's namesake), as the Italians call it.&nb
The main observation, when you first arrive in Cortina, is that not everyone is skiing – in fact, nowhere near everyone is skiing. It's true that the bulk
Situated high above the Romanche valley, just an hour east of Grenoble, Alpe d'Huez is one of the largest and oldest French ski resorts.
Verbier, in the Swiss Alps, has suffered in the past from its somewhat "Okay yah" reputation – based largely on a ra-ra ra-ther lively après-ski s
Chamonix – set in the vertiginous, narrow valley of the same name – is close to the point in the Haute-Savoie Alps where the French, Swiss and Italian bo
Known as the 21st arrondissement, thanks to its popularity with Parisians, Megève is a beautiful medieval town in the French Haute Savoie.
For many skiers, myself included, Innsbruck is synonymous with one thing only – the airport. I have always regarded it as one of the better places to f
Avoriaz is a unique little ski village perched high on the mountain above its neighbour and older cousin, Morzine, in the Haute-Savoie Alps of eastern France.
Val Thorens lies in the Belleville valley, one of the famed Trois Vallées of the French Alps. At 2,300m, it the highest ski resort in Europe – bu
We all know what to expect from hotels in Alpine villages. Cosiness, open fires, traditional decor and olde-worlde charm spring to mind – but all that is changing.