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12 of The Best Ski Resorts in the World, 2021/22

We all have different reasons why we keep going back to the same ski resort. Sometimes it is the types of terrain, the après ski, whether it is easily accessible or even how many ski runs are offered. Here is a list of the best ski resorts in the world recommended by people who ski there and why?

These skiers have listed their favourite ski resorts in the world from France, Canada to even Japan and Georgia. You will be surprised by some of these ski resorts named and what they have to offer.

Les Gets France rated best family friendly resort in the world
Les Gets is one of the best family-friendly ski resorts in France.

Best Ski Resorts in the World

I love skiing and if you are like me, I am always looking for inspiration for new places to hit the slopes. Whatever your location and your skill level, here are 12 of the best ski resorts in the world. And remember not to forget to take a ski jacket and a good pair of gloves.

It’s time to get inspired for your next skiing adventure!!!!!

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1. Les Gets Ski Resort, France

Les Gets is at the top of my list of favourite ski resorts in France. It offers something for everyone and is only an hour away from Geneva airport, making it the perfect getaway. Not to mention it is in Portes Du Soleil, one of the biggest ski areas in the world.

Les Gets Ski Resort itself is a traditional charming French village that is inhabited all year round. It lies at 1200m with the lifts taking you up to just over 2000m. There are 107 kms of piste accessed by 23 lifts within the ski resort itself.

For skiers looking for more, Les Gets interlinks with 12 other resorts across France and Switzerland, giving you access to over 600kms of ski slopes. There is also a great range of non-ski activities available like Refuge Des Trappeurs (Animal Refuge).

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2. Whistler Ski Resort, Canada

Recommended by Nicky from Go Live Young

Whistler is one of the best ski resorts in Canada if not the world. This world class ski resort boasts dramatic mountain scenery and plenty of powdery snow. It is located on the west coast of Canada just an hour and a half drive from Vancouver. That is along the Sea to Sky Highway, a spectacular picturesque drive.

The resort’s ski area is one of the largest in North America, with more than 200 marked pistes and 1,610m of vertical descent. Running from mid-November until May, its season is long and snow sure, with an incredibly reliable average snowfall of 12m.

Whistler Ski Resort is a cosmopolitan resort with plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars. It is perfect for skiers and non-skiers alike during the winter season. It is very family friendly and the Whistler Kids ski school for children is the best we’ve ever come across. With fantastic instructors, small groups, and even playgrounds on the slopes, Whistler Kids is always a highlight for our three boys.

Away from the slopes, there is ice skating, zip lining, tube riding, and much more, plenty to keep the most active children and adults busy. This is why Whistler is our favourite ski resort anywhere in the world, and we’ve tried a few! It can get extremely cold during winter, so I suggest getting ski mittens to keep your fingers together and warm.

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Whistler Ski Resort Canada – Photo By Nicky

3. Grandvalira Ski Area – Andorra

Recommended by Krix Eniko from Travel Hacker Girl

Grandvalir in Andorra is my favourite ski area to ski which comprises several resorts.  Because we are able to combine our ski holiday with a short city break in Spain. The country doesn’t have an airport, so we flew to Barcelona. From Barcelona Airport there are frequent transfer buses to the ski resort. The journey takes about 3 hours on average, depending on the snow.

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Grandvalira Ski area has 210 km slopes and 67 ski lifts and is the largest resort in the Pyrenees. The whole area is really well connected and you can easily get between villages like Soldeu, El Tarter, and Canillo.

Everyone will find slopes for their ability as there are so many. There is also a good selection of restaurants. We bought ski passes which came with lunch vouchers, which saved us money on food.

Besides skiing the area offers other activities as well. You can try mushing, zip-lining, snowshoeing, and snow tubing. I had my best ski holiday in Andorra, I will surely return again. If you are looking for something a little different, how about spending a night at the highest point in the Pyrenees at the Pic du Midi.

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Krix Skiing in Grandvalira Ski Area in Andorra – Photo By Krix Eniko

4. Sainte Foy Ski Resort Tarentaise, France

Recommended by; Julianna Barnaby from The Discoveries Of

There are so many ski resorts in the French Alps that it can be tough choosing a favourite, but mine is Sainte Foy. It’s the hidden gem in the Tarentaise Valley that few people know about, even though it’s only a stone’s throw away from well-known destinations such as Val d’lsére and Les Deux Alpes.

Sainte Foy Ski Resort might be small, but it packs a punch when it comes to skiing. It offers 800 hectares of forests and high-altitude slopes with 26 pistes of varying difficulty. It has some of the best off-piste skiing in the area, but there are runs for skiers of pretty much every competency, from beginners to advance skiers.

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If food is your thing, Les Brevette, a little way up the mountain, serves up some of the best tartiflette you could imagine. The low-key village is something straight out of a chocolate box, with cute wooden chalets clustered in small groups and backing up onto the nursery slopes. I understand why it is also a favourite with the French too.

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Sainte Foy Ski Resort Village France – Photo By: Julianna Barnaby

5. Champéry Ski Resort – Switzerland

Recommended by Mel B from MelBTravel

Champery Switzerland is a charming modern-day ski resort located on the border of Switzerland and France. The alpine village looks like it’s straight out of a postcard with the Dents du Midi & Dents Blanches being its backdrop.

It has 1665 acres of terrain over 58 pistes, which offers skiers 1237 meters (4058 feet) of vertical descent. Champéry has 37 lifts but when combined with Portes du Soleil ski area you have 196 ski lifts that interlink. This gives you access to over 600kms of pistes across 280 kms groomed ski slopes.  

The Swiss area contains a vast range of wide, sunny, long intermediate runs, typically far quieter than over on the French side like in Morzine or Avoriaz. For the advanced skier, you have the famous Swiss Wall. It is one of the world’s most challenging ungroomed ski runs.


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Champery has some of the best views in Portes du Soleil, the atmosphere is relaxed, and the people are super friendly. The food and wine are just amazing too and for a small village has a great selection to choose from.

I also love the fact you can ski in two countries and combine this with ultra-quiet pistes making it one of my choices of best ski resorts in Switzerland. Read a full in-depth guide of things to do and places to stay in Champery during summer.

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Champery is one of the top ski resorts in Switzerland

6. Jackson Hole Ski Resort, USA

Recommended by Melissa Smuzynski from Parenthood and Passports

Jackson Hole Ski Resort, Wyoming is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Its rugged terrain, extreme ski runs, and Wild West feel make Jackson a great place to ski or snowboard. Jackson Hole is a valley nestled at the base of the Teton Range, a subrange of the Rocky Mountains.

It is perhaps one of the more challenging ski resorts in the United States. Even the most experienced skiers might cower in fear upon looking down some of the intense Double Black Diamond runs. The Ski Resort is home to what has been coined ‘the scariest ski slope in America’, Corbet’s Couloir. But don’t think you have to be an expert skier to enjoy this winter playground. For the novice or intermediate skier, the resort offers more than 130 runs ranging in difficulty.

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One of the greatest aspects of Jackson Hole Ski Resort is the après ski atmosphere at the base of the mountain and in the small town of Jackson, which is just outside the resort. The town is unique and charming and has a great selection of bars and restaurants. 

With wooden sidewalks and cowboy saloons, a visit to this enchanting part of the country will have you feeling like you stepped onto the set of an old western movie. This is why I think Jackson Hole ski resort is one of the best in America for skiing and enjoying the après ski. What makes it even more special is that you can even come here for a summer holiday and check out the stunning hiking routes.

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Above the cloud line Jackson Hole Ski Resort  Wyoming – Photo By Melissa Smuzynski

7. Gala Yuzawa Ski Resort, Japan

Recommended by Christabel Lobo from The Pintsized Gourmets

One of our favourite family-friendly ski resorts in the world happens to be Gala Yuzawa Ski Resort. It is located a mere two and a half hours outside of Tokyo in the Niigata Prefecture. My family and I visited Japan to see the cherry blossoms in bloom and were surprised to find that ski season was still in session.

We caught the bullet train out of Tokyo, which drops you off at the base of the ski resort, and in less than 30 minutes we were able to purchase our lift tickets, book our kids ski lessons in English (which you have to do before 2 pm), and rent our full gear.

Whether you’re a ski enthusiast or just starting out, like my kids, the resort caters to all ages and levels. While the kids were taking lessons, my husband and I were able to head to the spa and relax in the onsen –truly something for everyone, skier or not! There are also great hiking routes in Niigata that you can do during the summer. 

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Children in Gala Yuzawa Ski Resort one of the best in Japan – Pic By Christabel Lobo

8. Val d’Isere Ski Resort, France

Recommended by Anna from Would Be Traveller

It goes without saying that the skiing in Val d’Isere Ski Resort is fantastic and world class. It was ranked as one of the best ski resorts in the world by the World Snow Awards. Val d’Isere shares the high valley with Tignes the neighbouring resort to provide more than 300 kilometers of interconnected ski terrain.  The ski runs range from nice easy nursery and green slopes, to incredibly steep and winding black runs that kept my adrenaline junkie friends happy too.

The alpine village is set in the most beautiful landscape and has everything you could want for a few days in the snow. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes, and spas to enjoy. There is also a large selection of accommodation available from self-catering apartments, chalets to hotels. Read about this chalet stay at the luxury Kilco Penthouse which belongs to the world-famous Killy family.

I can’t talk about Val d’Isere Ski Resort without mentioning the après ski! The resort is full of bars, pubs, and clubs to keep you going throughout the night – long after the ski lifts shut down. With so much on offer in Val d’Isere, grab your skis and get going!

Whether you are a confident skier or beginner, it is always best to find the best ski helmet to wear when skiing.

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Skiing on the slopes in Val d’Isere Ski Resort France – Photo By MelBTravel

9. Lake Louise Ski Resort, Canada

Recommended by Lara from Find Your World Girl

Lake Louise Ski Resort is one of the most beautiful spots in the British Colombia-Saskatchewan sandwich we call Alberta. It is part of the SkiBig3 lift pass that also has two additional distinctive ski areas Mount Norquay and Banff Sunshine Village. Make sure to wear your thermal underwear to keep warm as it can get very cold here.

In my eyes, it is the epitome of Canadian ski culture. Mornings are spent admiring the misty views of the Rocky Mountains and taking on some of the best runs and wide-open bowls in the country. As the sun starts to sink skiers and boarders start pulling beers out of their pockets and migrate back to their chalets. Where they will enjoy poutine, caesars, and maybe even a line of shots carved into an old ski.

Lake Louise Ski Resort, Canada one of best resorts in the world

Lake Louise Ski Resort covers over 4,200 acres, which is spread across four mountain faces. It is one of the largest ski resorts in North America. There are 10 lifts, 143 km of runs, plus back bowls and west bowls. A free ski bus runs regularly between the 3 ski resorts if you want to experience the area ski areas.

Lake Louise Ski Resort will blow your mind with the views, especially if you take the Top of the World Express chair. It will challenge any skier of any skill level, and show you a truly Canadian good time. This is why I think it is one of the best ski resorts in Canada if not the world. 

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Lake Louise Ski Resort Group Photo – Photo By Lara

10. Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood, Alaska

Recommended by Susanna Kelly from Wandering Chocobo

I may be a bit biased since I am ripping my hometown, but Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood, Alaska is my favourite ski resort- hands down. Alyeska feels like everyone’s home resort with its intimate and friendly vibe. The view from the top is unbeatable.

The resort is nestled in a pristine mountain range overlooking a beautiful inlet, home to a local pod of Belugas! Alyeska Ski Resort has 76 lifts and terrain to cover 3,200 vertical feet of mountains, advanced off-trail tree runs, groomed trails, bunny hills, and even some killer chutes. It has the longest double black diamond run in North America.

They average 670 inches of snow per year, with a recent year getting almost 900 inches! If you get tired in the middle of the day you can take a break at one of the two mountaintop bars for tasty food and a panorama view of the mountain and you can even spot seven glaciers!

After a day of snowboarding, you can relax at Hotel Alyeska’s luxury resort and spa.  Or, you can party with the locals, and head to an Alaskan-style Apréski at the Sitzmark or the Silvertip. Good luck surviving to ski another day, we Alaskans know how to party!

Wear the right ski gloves for both skiing as well as other outdoor winter activities. I wear Leki women’s ski gloves they are a little pricey but fantastic for keeping the cold out.

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Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood, Alaska Photo By Susanna Kelly

11. Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada

Recommended by Deni from The Full-Time Tourist

My all-time favourite ski resort is Revelstoke Ski Resort, British Columbia Canada. Located in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this small ski town is relatively unknown even to most Canadian skiers! Revy Ski Resort is one of the best places to go skiing over the winter holidays.

It always has a thick base, meaning your chances of hitting rocks or tree branches are minimal. And every year I have gone (4 years in a row!) there is always a massive dump of fresh powder. I love skiing through the trees in the upper half, as the moguls are always perfectly coated with a fresh layer.

Taking action shots while skiing

The hill is divided into two: the lower half, which is perfect for beginner to intermediate skiers, and the upper half, which is perfect for advanced or expert skiers! Want to do something different, then I suggest trying the popular cat skiing and heli-skiing in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

At the end of the day, you can take your sweet time going down the mountain on the longest downhill run in the world! Take the last lift up to The Last Spike, and follow the trail for 15 kilometres down the mountain! Remember that you always need a good Ski Coat before your next adventure.

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Skiing in Revelstoke Ski Resort British Columbia Canada – Photo By Deni

12. Gudauri Ski Resort, Georgia

Recommended by Baia Dzagnidze from Red Fedora Diary

Gudauri Ski resort in Georgia faces the Caucasus Mountain range. Unlike other ski resorts in the country, it’s only 2 hours drive from the capital, Tbilisi; therefore, many locals go skiing here for the weekend.

With an elevation of 2,200 meters above sea level, the resort is tree-free and exposed to the elements like the sun. When the clouds clear, you are given breathtaking views of the mountains.

Gudauri Ski resort has a high standard, 57 km long ski runs, and seven lifts. The elevation of those runs goes from 1,990 meters above sea level up to 3,279 meters. The resort is best for the free-riders, but if you are an adventure junkie, you can even Heliski here.

When you want to stop for a break or even something to eat or drink. There are many bars and cafes along with the runs for you to have a snack or enjoy your favourite. The best bit is that it’s reasonably priced, making for a perfect budget ski destination.  

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Other Ski Resorts you might not have heard before

Here are some other ski resorts in Europe that you might not have heard of before. Feel free to check out these guides on these ski destinations or head to my skiing page.

Thank you for reading this post “Best Ski Resorts in the world” chosen by skiers who visit the same resorts over and over again. I hope that it gave you some inspiration on where to ski. I know that I have definitely added a few more resorts to my ski bucket list. 

One of the best resorts in France - Morzine Ski Resort
One of the top resorts in France – Morzine Ski Resort

What are the best ski resorts you have been to in the world?

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60 thoughts on “12 of The Best Ski Resorts in the World, 2021/22

  1. Cristina - Memories of the Pacific says:

    Great round-up! I’ve actually never been skiing but I do love ski resorts, they look beautiful when they are covered in snow 🙂

  2. Tony Wilson says:

    What a great read. I’m in envy because we don’t get snow in Brisbane, Australia. I have experienced Mt Titlis in Switzerland. I really love the photos, which capture the great locations.

    • Melbtravel says:

      I am originally from Melbourne Australia and I learnt how to ski in Mt Baw Baw, a tiny little resort. I have been to Mt Titlis too but only to go up to the top. I would love to ski there one day.

  3. Suzanne says:

    I trust these recommendations because they were given by fellow bloggers. Although I’m not a huge fan of sliding on snow (having tried skiing and snowboarding more than once), I can certainly appreciate the beauty of the landscape. And of course, the best thing about winter sports is the après-ski!

    • Melbtravel says:

      I go off recommendations these days as well from others especially when it comes to skiing. I go a lot and I love writing about resorts. I also love the apres-ski

  4. Hafsah says:

    These pictures are incredible! Winter has always been favorite season, and so is the snow. Very fascinating blog, thank you!

  5. chelf says:

    The Revelstoke Ski Resort, in British Columbia Canada looks amazing! I am so ready for an adventure,this post really sparks my wonderlust!

  6. Lisa says:

    This is a great read, especially for a very beginner skier like me. I have to say, I’m so tempted by the apres ski activities at Val D’sere and may just spend more time in the bars and restaurants than on the slopes, ha! I think I would avoid the scariest ski slope in the US, just because I’m a beginner, but it does look beautiful!

    • Melbtravel says:

      The best thing about ski resorts is the apres ski, I have to admit I love it. There is so much more to do in resorts these days other than skiing. I have definitely added a few more resorts to my list.

  7. Nicole Anderson | Camping for Women says:

    What a truly wonderful resource you have created here. They all look so enticing and who wouldn’t want to visit and experience each one of them. Andorra was the real surprise for me, probably because it is not promoted as heavily as other ski countries that have larger tourism advertising budgets. For your next ski collaboration, our current blog post happens to be on skiing in Italy and we would be happy to share if you would like. Thanks again for such a lovely collaborative post and best wishes for a wonderful Christmas!

    • Melbtravel says:

      Don’t worry I want to experience them all too and I can’t wait to go skiing next week. I have also been to Andorra and it was an unexpected surprise for us as well. I am skiing in Bosnia soon and it will be interesting to see what that is like. Where are you skiing in Italy? Definitely can be in the next collaboration for sure.

  8. Grace B. says:

    I haven’t been skiing in years, but this post makes me regret that decision! My favourite ski resort used to be Killington, Vermont. It has nothing on the gorgeous spots you’ve gathered though! 😍😍 Great roundup!

    • Melbtravel says:

      You know that can definitely go skiing resorts these days without skiing, as they offer so much more off the slopes. I definitely have would love to try skiing in Vermont, I spoke with those guys when I was at the ski show.

  9. tjsbiglytravels says:

    Great blog. There were a few locations on there that piqued my interested, as I didn’t know they had resorts. Being from Canada, you have definitely captured some of the key skiing sites. One of the other things to consider is the heli-skiing opportunities that get you off the beaten path. Happy Holidays!

    • Melbtravel says:

      Thank you very much and don’t worry there are a few locations I didn’t know exists either until I put the collaboration together. If anything this has made my ski bucket list even longer now.

  10. Christie Sultemeier says:

    I really love this post!! It’s hard for one person to be an expert on something all across the entire world, so I really admire that you called on a handful of people to help gather a broad list of favorites. I don’t ski so I haven’t been to any of these and probably won’t, but I love the teamwork here!! Beautiful photos too.

    • Melbtravel says:

      Thank you very much and I agree, I really enjoyed putting this together and getting inspired by other travel bloggers of their resorts around the world. Some of the places I hadn’t even heard of before.

  11. Hendrik says:

    These are some absolutely beautiful resorts! I know so far only Ski resorts in Switzerland and Austria and mainly the Suisse ones are often quite pricy. But especially all the US and Canadian ones here look amazing. The Lake Louise Ski Resort Ice sculpture looks really cool!
    I think my personal favourite would be the Val d’Isere Ski Resort in France, also because of the soft snow and that beautiful surrounding.

    • Melbtravel says:

      I agree I have added more to my ski bucketlist now especially Alaska & Japan. I went to Val d’lsere on a press trip last year and I loved it so much and I highly recommend it.

  12. Dada says:

    I dont ski but every winter I get reminded that I should! And living in Switzerland I really should taking advantage of the slopes even in winter time! I totally envy skiers because it looks so much fun and they look so cool! If I was a skier I would love to try skiing in Japan because it is such an usual place to go skiing! And how awesome wouldnt it be to be drinking hot sake between the rides? I have been to Champery but only on the summer but it but be a beautiful place to ski in winter!

    • Melbtravel says:

      You live in Switzerland and don’t go skiing? I will be in Davos and St Mortzie Switzerland in the middle of January and I am really looking forward to it. There is so much more that you can do in ski resorts these days other than ski :-). I also went to Champery in summer and loved it, it was so pretty.

  13. Martina says:

    What a beautiful blog post! The pics are amazing – you really make me gonna skiing next week.
    Have a wonderful day and Merry Christmas – Martina

  14. Raghav says:

    Although I am not one to ski, I find Ski Towns and Resorts to be quite fun because of all the coziness and of course the chance to play in the snow and being an avid photographer it’s always fun to take photos in the winter time. A great list of places that I am sure is helpful to those that ski, but as also makes for a nice list for mountain destinations.

    • Melbtravel says:

      These days there is so much more to do in Ski Resorts than ski. I agree with you they are beautiful to take photos of even if you don’t ski. Snow just makes everything look beautiful. I have also been to some of these in the summer and you are right they are a good list of mountain destinations for any time of year.

  15. Emma says:

    This is one awesome blog! You can see a lot of work has gone into it! Thank you for putting it together. It’s great to get so much variation too. The technical details are particularly helpful for getting to grips with picking the best one, I usually base it on powder and near by food 😉

  16. Kreete Tokman says:

    From British Columbia to the Alps and everything in between! Definitely a must read for any skiing enthusiast. Even if I don’t like skiing, the scenery is so worth visiting! Hey, I might even have to learn how to snowboard! Great Collab Mel!

  17. Jennifer says:

    I’m not a skier, but if I ever decide to take it up, I’ll know where to go now. I’ve been to the Canadian mountains, in the summer for hiking, and they really are fantastic. Would love to check out more mountains globally.

  18. Samah says:

    When I read the title, I thought if I didn’t see Canada in this post, I’d be disappointed, but hey – it made it three times! I love skiing at Lake Louise and Revelstoke, there’s nothing like a gool ol’ Canadian winter to hit the slopes in! The Alyeska Ski Resort in Alaska looks so pretty too.

    • Melbtravel says:

      I have skied all over the world and next week, I am heading to Bosnia to ski which I am super excited about. However, I have yet to go to Canada to ski and it is a dream for me to do so. I hope to get there one day.

  19. Christina Lyon says:

    Wow! I can’t believe how picturesque these stunning locations are. I haven’t been skiing in ages, but I love these handpicked choices based on other bloggers’ suggestions. I’d love to at least cross one of these off the list, perhaps the French Alps. 🙂 Thanks for this list!

  20. Amrita says:

    I love the mountains and would absolutely love to learn to ski someday.The one in Japan sounds so exotic.Bookmarking this

  21. Ava Masood says:

    Wow! Such an outstanding blog. 🙂 This inspires me to look into trying. I love the mountains. Thank you so much for sharing especially beautiful pictures.

  22. Valenica @ Explore Survey says:

    This is GORGEOUS!! Love, love, love your photos. I have never tried skiing but reading your experience I definitely want to 😀

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