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The European ski season kicks off in November and carries on through to the end of April, although some of the Nordic resorts remain open until June. Prices rise to a peak around Christmas, tailing off slightly after that, before spiking again during February half term and the Easter holidays.
You’ll net the cheapest deals early and late in the season. However, December and January bring better snow conditions with a packed calendar of events to enjoy into the bargain.
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