British Airways Amazing Ski Holidays


It doesn’t matter if you are new to winter sports or if you are an expert on the slopes, British Airways have something to entertain you throughout the winter months.

Choose from ski-in ski-out properties on the mountain, for those who are serious about their skiing, or choose a fully-catered chalet – perfect for both small groups and families as you can book the whole chalet, where you will be looked after you from start to finish. For those looking for a more independent holiday, why not book a hotel close by to the après ski bars and restaurants in the area?
Whatever your ability, British Airways have a resort perfect for you, from the powder heavy slopes of the USA and Canada to the pretty pistes of the Alps and European ranges.

British Airways favourite ski resorts

Ski holidays in Whistler




Whistler’s world famous reputation for ski holidays helps attract over two million visitors every year. A combination of extensive and varied terrain, long season, great snow and a diverse nightlife make Whistler an excellent choice for a wide range of skiers.

The ski season in Whistler Blackcomb stretches out as late as early May and the excellent snowmaking facilities also help extend the season at Whistler Blackcomb. Everyone from beginner to advanced level will find challenging terrain across the two mountains, 8100 acres and over 200 trails.

Enjoy easy access to the base Village with accommodation, shops and an unbeatable après-ski scene.

Whistler is consistently ranked one of the best ski destinations in the world and access to this great snow is easy. (Check Availability)

Ski holidays in Trysil




With 75-kilometres of piste area, this is the largest and most popular ski area in Norway. From steep and difficult black runs to languorous greens taking in the surroundings, this resort will test both advanced skiers and newcomers to the slopes alike. Snow is guaranteed due to the proximity to the Arctic Circle. There are four great snow parks, 30 restaurants, spas, bars and shops. Additionally, most of the accommodation has ski-in ski-out facilities, like the fantastic Radisson Blu Mountain Resort, where you can ski right to the door. (Check Availability)

Ski holidays in Bansko




The gateway to the Pirin mountain region, Bansko is now considered to be the best ski resort in Eastern Europe. It has the best snow record and the longest ski season of all Balkan ski resorts. A superb, modern lift system gives access to a wonderful variety of terrain.

The medieval town is on the UNESCO List of World Natural Heritage Sites and is crammed with around 120 cultural and historical monuments. Just four kilometres from Bansko the remains from ancient fortresses can be found in the Staroto Gradishte site and also in the Yulen locality, along the Demyanitsa river. (CheckAvailability)

Ski holidays in Chamonix




At the foot of the majestic Mont Blanc is one the world's biggest names in skiing. With a traditional, alpine aesthetic, ski holidays in Chamonix are markedly different to the archetypal, purpose-built, French resorts.

The slopes here have a deserved reputation as one of the best places in the world for advanced skiing and snowboarding. Those of the highest standard can come to Chamonix and be tested to their limits.

The vast slope area is spread along a 20 kilometre' valley and exploring it will require extensive use of the bus and lift systems. Off-piste skiing in Chamonix is some of the most exhilarating you will find and a guide is mandatory. Nearby Les Houches is linked by the Chamonix lift pass, offering further wonderful off-piste skiing opportunities and alternative accommodation. Chamonix offers wonderful French cuisine for a variety of budgets and some of the most vibrant nightlife in the Alps. (Check Availability


Ski holidays in Grindelwald




Part of the Jungfrau ski region, Grindelwald lies at the foot of the towering Eiger Mountain. This pretty, traditional-looking village boasts spectacular scenery, a friendly welcoming atmosphere and countless activities off the slopes.

The Grindelwald slopes are the village’s designated ski area, and the pistes here offer both breathtaking scenery and skiing to challenge all ability levels. The plethora of alternatives across the rest of the Jungfrau region can all be reached by gondola and rail links. Grindelwald’s scenery enhances the superb walking trails and Europe’s longest toboggan run. The village has the liveliest après ski of all three Jungfrau resorts, though still has a relatively relaxed atmosphere. Although families with small children may find some of the lifts a little slow and travelling times a little long, the ski schools and childcare in Grindelwald are excellent. This picturesque Swiss ski resort offers a good range of skiing and non-skiing activities and a relaxed atmosphere. (CheckAvailability
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