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5 School Ski Resorts Great For Easter Skiing

Nov 25, 2022


Where are the ideal slopes in spring? You’ll be glad to know we’ve answered that question with 5 school ski resorts great for Easter skiing.

There are many advantages to skiing in Easter, like sunnier weather, lunch-time al fresco, more chance of blue sky days, slopes aren’t as busy and there’s generally lower prices when compared with winter trips.

So, to give you an idea of the pistes primed for springtime snow sports, we’ve put together 5 school ski resorts great for Easter Skiing.

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Ski slopes in Sauze d’Oulx, Italy is 1 of 5 School Ski Resorts Great For Easter Skiing

Sauze d’Oulx, Italy

The site of the freestyle skiing in the 2006 Winter Olympics, the staggeringly high Sauze d’Oulx tops out at 2,701m – which means it ticks the list for high-altitude snow coverage in spring. Another tick goes to the extensive glade skiing opportunities, which can help to increase snowfall during Easter days.

And complemented with over 400km of sparkling piste action, there’s plenty of blue to red runs with some black trails for stronger skiers as well. Also, it interlinks with ski areas Sestriere and Sansicario to breath-takingly boost those skiing and snowboarding slope options.

Plus, full of old-style rustic charm, it’s part of the massive Milky Way complex with a mind-boggling 62 lifts to choose from and plenty of thriving après to be entertained by.

With the chance for sole-occupancy hotels it’s one of our most popular resorts, so chat with our specialist and friendly Ski team to get in quick.

Ski slopes and mountains surrounding Bormio, Italy is 2 of 5 School Ski Resorts Great For Easter Skiing

Bormio, Italy

An under-rated diamond in the snow, Bormio is an Italian multiple World Cup and Championship host ski resort with 27 lifts, 30 relaxing restaurants and 44 pistes of every skill level.

There’s plenty of nursery slope action for absolute beginners as well as a high point of 3,012m for those stronger snow sports players. Also, you can be sure of snow as there’s a reassuring 80% artificial coverage. And to add, Bormio is an ancient spa town nestled in the long, enveloping and serene Alps mountain range packed with classic ski village vibes.

So, you can be sure on snow, outside lunch and will likely have a blue sky day in this radiant Lombardy village. A real gem.

Plus, our long-established relationship with local hotel Capitani means you can walk to the slopes, the afters scene and provides free Wi-Fi if you want to stay in.

People skiing on a slope with ski lifts above in Sestriere, Italy 3 of 5 School Ski Resorts Great For Easter Skiing

Sestriere, Italy

Snow-sure, stunning blue skies and adorned in powerful landscapes, Sestriere is a slope paradise perfectly shaped for school ski tours in spring. The main resort for the 2006 Olympics, there’s wide beginner slopes as well as the challenging Olympic downhill for more advanced practitioners.

Brimming with gondolas, ski as well as chair lifts, trails are easy to navigate and you can even link with the Sauze d’Olux ski area. A popular school travel destination, après includes swimming, on-sites sports halls, pizza nights, discoes, karaoke, close shop proximity, and charming communal areas for students to kick back after a day of full-throttle activity.

Great for end of season skiing and snowboarding because of its high altitude, you can focus on your students as your dedicated ski rep is with you all the way to take care of the practical, logistical and linguistical side of things.

A ski slope that runs between trees in Les Arcs, France is 4 of 5 School Ski Resorts Great For Easter Skiing

Les Arcs, France

Panoramic vistas lined in velvet snow, bristling green trees and awe-inspiring alpine peaks, Les Arcs is a prime example of French Easter skiing. Comfortably in the Tarentaise Valley town of Bourg-Saint-Maurice, it’s part of the colossally sized Paradiski ski region which offers over 425km of beginner to black trails.

Conveniently interlinked with La Plagne, traditional chalet-styled architecture in Peisey Nacroix provides a cosy feel with student primed afters like laser tag, cinema, bowling and ice skating available. Also, with longer days and less people on those lifts in springtime, your school trip will get plenty of opportunity to ski and snowboard.

Plus, we have well-established relationships with highly qualified instructors in ESF – the English-speaking ski school known throughout France. So, whether your group goes downhill at blue, red or black, there’s an instructor to ensure each student gets the most out of their trip.

A view over Morzine, France 5 of 5 School Ski Resorts Great For Easter Skiing

Morzine, France

Part of the massive 650km Portes du Soleil ski area, Morzine’s high-altitude peaks make it perfect for late season skiing. Ideal for beginners and intermediates, it’s tree-lined slopes are primed with around 107km of piste action. 

But stronger skiers and snowboarders will find plenty to tackle too as there’s over 54% of advanced trails of Alpine skiing. Plus, your lift pass covers both Morzine and Les Gets. 

And after the springtime skiing you can soak up the bustling après scene with activities designed for school trips, such as swimming, disco’s, ice skating, cinema as well as pizza nights and the chance to see live ice hockey.

Let’s Go Easter Skiing!

There we are – 5 school ski resorts great for Easter skiing.

They include sunny spots, outside lunch-time dining, more chances of blue-sky days, longer open lifts, slopes that aren’t as busy and lower prices when compared to winter tours.

So, if you find yourself reaching for those ski poles then call or email us and our amazing ski team will give you the low-down on each resort. Or, you can grab even more juicy details on our webpage by clicking here.

But be quick as our springtime slots are filling-up.

See you in Easter!

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