Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced skier, a snowboarder, you're travelling with the family, or you're looking to ski on a budget, we have the best resorts for you.
Best for beginners - Your first ski trips should be to resorts with great ski schools and gentle slopes to build your confidence, so try Soldeu - Andorra, Courchevel - France, and Alpe d'Huez - France.
Best for intermediate - You're no longer a beginner so start targeting improving your ski technique and confidence, as well as exploring resorts where you can enjoy lots of snowy fun. Try out Courchevel, Les Arcs and Tignes, all in France.
Best for advanced - As an experienced skier you need a real challenge, so head to the black runs of resorts such as Chamonix - France, Verbier -Switzerland, and Val d'Isere - France.
Best for snowboarding - Boarders love their slopes, tubes and parks for tricks. The best resorts catering for the boarding community are Verbier - Switzerland, St Anton - Austria, and Davos - Switzerland.
Best budget resorts - Go self-catering, cook for yourself and keep the costs down in great resorts such as Alpe d'Huez - France, Flaine - France, and Cervinia - Italy.
Best family friendly - With different ages and abilities, picking a destination that will cater for all the needs of your family is easy when you head to places such as Obergurgl - Austria, Wengen - Switzerland, and Alpbach - Austria.
Best for weekend breaks - Taking a sneaky adrenaline fuelled weekend on the slopes is a breeze when you pick resorts with short transfers to the airport. Great options are Courmayeur - Italy, Chamonix - France, and Davos in Switzerland.