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Planning your 2020/2021 ski season break? Welcome to the only page with all of the latest ski deals and discount codes from leading winter sports holiday companies. For newbies, there's also a little more information about what to look for when booking your skiing holiday, plus a breakdown of some of our favourite ski companies and what they provide.
Latest skiing & snowboarding holiday deals & discount codes for 2020/2021
Looking for the latest ski deals and discount codes for 2020/2021? You've come to the right place. Here you'll find all of the current offers on skiing and snowboarding holidays from leading holiday companies. Look out anything from low deposits and ski pass offers to free extras and exclusive money off discounts.
Last minute skiing holidays & late deals
Got a window for a last minute skiing holiday in the coming season? Here you'll find our complete collection of late deals on skiing and snowboarding breaks to ski resorts across Europe and North America, which could help you save and cut the cost of a memorable week on the slopes.
Christmas & New Year - Festive ski offers
Christmas and New Year are both wonderful times to go away and make the most of dramatic scenery and the type of snow you simply won't get at home during the festive period. While it is an expensive time to book such a break, most ski holiday companies offer special deals on stays at this time to help make it more manageable - just remember to check out the latest festive deals below.
Best ski holiday companies
The winter sports holiday market is a busy place - there are so many different companies offering everything from high spec breaks with every detail included to more affordable options that let you pick and choose the extras you want. Below are some of our favourite ski and snowboard holiday companies, which each offer excellent online ski deals and discounts for the season ahead.
Beginner? Pro? Skier? Boarder? Family? Group? Whatever your skill level, whatever type of skiing holiday you're looking for in 2020/2021, Neilson is likely to have the perfect fit. Choose from resorts in Andorra, Austria, France, Italy, and Spain's stunning Pyrenees Mountains.
Neilson has a wide range of money saving offers to help you find that winter getaway for less with everything from deals such as free kit hire and last minute holidays to festive offers on the table. The tricky part is deciding where to go, so check out the latest offers on skiing holidays with Neilson* and find your next bargain break on the slopes.
Say Club Med and you might not instantly think 'ski', but this well known holiday company does infact have a tempting selection of winter skiing holidays at competitive prices across the Alps. Apartments, chalets, hotels - you name it, you'll find it with Club Med.
Many also include extras like a rejuvenating spa for those post-ski aches or non-skiers just after some time out. Club Med special offers* for 2020/2021 include anything from low deposits to percentage discounts, so check out the latest offers and see if a Club Med ski holiday sounds like kind of inter escape.
For a skiing holiday with all the trimmings in Italy, France or Austria, look no further than the latest deals from Mark Warner*. Offering the same top service and quality of its summer holidays, Mark Warner guarantees things such as convenient flight times from London, Manchester and Birmingham, resort transfers, chalet board (that includes breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner with wine), and resorts with varied terrain to suit all abilities, among other things.
There are family focused options with lessons and evening childcare all available, while adult only chalets offering memorable après ski experiences are there for those in the mood to party. There's simply so much to choose from on a Mark Warner skiing holiday, and with a name you can trust, you know you're in for a great value, great fun ski break in 2020/2021.
Crystal Ski Holidays
Crystal Ski Holidays has an extensive collection of ski breaks* in a wide number of destinations across Europe and North America. As well as big hitters in the likes of France, Switzerland, and Italy, you can also ski in exciting winter sports destinations such as Norway, Bulgaria, Germany and Sweden, where there's far more than just skiing on offer.
Did you know that Crystal Ski Holidays is also part of TUI? With years of experience and a trusted name like TUI behind it, it's easy to see why Crystal Ski Holidays has many special offers with everything from money off deals to 2-4-1 on ski passes.
Inghams has a little something for everyone, whether you're looking for family friendly locations with lessons included or fancy the full of après ski experience in utter luxury. Inghams offers ski breaks* to some of the most beloved slopes in Europe and further afield - choose from destinations in Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy, Andorra, Canada, Finland (for Lapland), and Slovenia.
There are also deals on ski passes and breaks over the Christmas and New Year period. Check out the latest Inghams deals for 2020/2021 today, and get booking.
Pierre & Vacances
Pierre & Vacances, the leading French holiday company which offers family fun for all ages, has over 90 residences across the Alps, Andorra, and Pyrenees in France. Choose from well known resorts such as Courchevel, Arc 1800, and Meribel for luxury breaks, while some of the quieter resorts offer more affordable escapes from December to April.
When you book your Pierre & Vacances ski holiday you can add extras such as lessons with ESF (English Speaking Ski Schools France), ski gear hire, ski passes, and more. Many of the hotels also include spa facilities, great for those aching joints after a day on the slopes. Check out the latest Pierre & Vacances ski deals* to find the perfect winter family escape.
Are you a little tired of the glitz of the Alps' resorts? Perhaps you want a more cost effective way to learn how to ski, or maybe you're just itching to try somewhere new - whatever turns your attention to the Balkans, Balkan Holidays' ski deals* won't disappoint.
Specialising in the region, Balkan Holidays is able to offer great value tried and tested resorts in Slovenia, Bulgaria, and Romania, which all offer exciting and relatively new ski destinations for international travellers. See what these countries have to offer and you might find a skiing holiday for 2020/2021 that is not only just right but also the right price.
Popular ski holiday destinations
Deciding where to go is a big part of finding the right winter skiing holiday. There are a lot of things to consider such as the terrain (is it suitable for your level?), the time of year (will there be significant snow cover?), and the cost among them.
Below you'll find a list of some of the most popular ski holiday resorts across Europe and North America. View snow reports for ski resorts to understand the ski season and the best time to go on a skiing holiday. Remember to revisit our ski deals and discounts section for 2020/2021 to get a great price on holidays to any of the above resorts.
- Andorra - Arinsal, Pas de la Casa, Soldeu
- Austria - Ischgl, Kitzbuhel, Lech, Mayrhofen, Saalbach, Solden, St Anton, Zurs
- Bulgaria - Bansko, Borovets, Pamporovo
- Canada - Fernie, Lake Louise, Revelstoke, Sun Peaks,Tremblant, Whistler
- Finland - Levi, Ruka, Saariselka, Yllas
- France - Alpe d'Huez, Avoriaz, Courchevel, La Plagne, Les Deux Alpes, Meribel, Tignes, Val d'Isere, Val Thorens
- Germany - Feldberg, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Oberammergau
- Italy - Canzei, Cervinia, Cortina, Corvara, Kronplatz, Livigno, Sauze d'Oulx, Selva, Sestriere
- Norway - Beitostolen, Geilo, Hemsedal, Oppdal, Trysil, Voss
- Romania - Poiana Brasov
- Slovenia - Bled, Kranjska Gora, Vogel
- Spain - Baqueira-Beret
- Sweden - Are, Vemdalen
- Switzerland - Andermatt, Davos Grindelwald, Saas-Fee, Verbier, Wengen, Zermatt
- USA - Aspen, Breckenridge, Jackson Hole, Park City, Steamboat, Vail, Winter Park
Types of skiing holiday
There's a skiing holiday for every group and every budget - it's just a question of finding the right one for you. Above, you can see the latest ski deals on winter sport breaks in 2020/2021, most of which will include the following types of skiing holiday:
- Group skiing holidays - the most popular type of skiing holiday has to be the group getaway, where friends and/or family come together, book a big chalet, and make the most of daytimes skiing and evenings socialising with in style. All of the ski companies we work with offer excellent group ski holiday deals whether you opt for private accommodation, a hotel, or dedicated adult only après ski packages.
- Beginner skiing holidays - never skied before? No worries - many of the ski companies provide dedicated breaks for beginners with extras such as lessons, tips, and free guided ski tours included.
- Family skiing holidays - a family skiing holiday can be so much fun - introduce your snowbabies to the slopes with child friendly lessons, and make the most of the facilities from companies such as Mark Warner*, where childcare can be provided as well.
Skiing holiday FAQs
Never been on a skiing holiday before? Check out our skiing holiday FAQs to get an idea of what to plan for and what to expect. Remember, you will find the latest ski holiday deals on everything from luxury winter escapes to budget first time ski breaks for 2020/2021 from leading providers.
- What if I've never skied before?
- Does my holiday include extras like ski hire & lift passes?
- What if I've never skied before?
- Skiing vs snowboarding: which is better?
- What's cross country skiing?
- What's après ski all about?
- What else can you do on a skiing holiday if you don't ski?
What if I've never skied before?
All of the ski holiday companies we work with can arrange ski lessons in some form or other. It's best to do a bit of research, find out what's available, and what suits you best. You might find that booking your lessons separately on arrival is more cost effective or relevant to you, for example. Just be sure to check the small print and see if lessons are included in the price of your holiday, or if you have to pay extra.
Does my holiday include extras like ski hire & lift passes?
Kit hire - including skis, poles etc - isn't usually included in the price of your holiday, however, there are often special ski deals which may offer a discount if you book within a certain period. As for ski passes, this depends so much on the type of holiday you book and who you book it with. Make sure you read the small print before you book to see what is and isn't included in your skiing holiday for 2020/2021.
Skiing vs snowboarding: which is better?
Ah, the age old question which has no right answer, although most people will pick a side. Although we refer to skiing holidays, snowboarding is increasingly popular, with many people embarking on snowboard-only breaks, and the good news is that all of the above companies we have mentioned and that have some top money saving deals for 2020/2021, not only encourage both sports but in most cases can arrange lessons in both as well. If you're interested in finding out more about learning to ski or snowboard, check out the lessons available at your resort before booking. In answer to the question - well, you'll just have to get out there and decide for yourself...
What's cross country skiing?
Instead of hurtling downhill, cross country skiing takes you literally across the countryside - no lifts to help you here: it's all about propelling yourself forward by transferring your weight from one ski to the other for a truly different kind of skiing experience.
What's après ski all about?
Après ski, meaning simply 'after ski', is what many skiers would say makes a skiing holiday. After a long and physical day on the slopes, whatever you level, 'après ski' is the art of indulging in some serious entertainment, usually in the form of live music on beautiful balconies offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountainscape. Think Champagne popping, warming gluhwein, rugs, outdoor heaters, deliciously carb-heavy meals, and lots of worn out but party-ready skiers.
What else can you do on a skiing holiday if you don't ski?
Not everyone who enjoys a 'ski' holiday actually skis. If your other half or friends are keen to book a ski break but you're apprehensive about what else you might be able to do, do a little research into your chosen destination. It also depends on where exactly you stay; you may want to ensure you book somewhere with spa and fitness facilities, for example.
If you're not keen to try any of the ski or snowboarding lessons, you could always sample the local restaurants, café and bars (which most resorts have an ample supply of). You may also be able to try other winter activities such as dog sledding in Finland, snowmobiling in Norway, or snowshoeing (a type of hiking) in Switzerland, for example . A ski break for non-skiers is also a great chance to just chill and enjoy some time out before the rest return weary from the slopes.
As you can see, there's such variety when it comes to finding the right skiing holiday. No matter if you're a novice or a seasoned expert, on a budget or after something all encompassing - the wide selection of holidays and online ski deals available for 2020/2021 will ensure you settle on the right resort and ski package for you.
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