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European ski and snowboard resorts have a completely different flavour from the resorts in Australia and it will only take the uninitiated Australian skier or snowboarder a very short time to realise that other than snow and the general practice of sliding down the pistes, there is little similarity between Europe and Australia. However, many Australians who have explored the European mountains have embraced the lifestyle differences during their holidays, but for those who can't, there is still a silver lining!

If you don't care for the long leisurely lunches, then you'll have the pistes all to yourself at midday and if you can't party till the wee wee hours of the morning like our Continental counterparts, then you can revel in the fact that there is no lift que in the mornings. You can also rejoice in the fact that the countries of Europe provide arguably the best skiing in the world!

The traditions and pure variety of snow types is astounding and the verticals are at least double the size compared to Australia in a majority of the resorts and in places such as Chamonix and St. Mortiz, they are at least three times the size. I swear to 'God' when you are looking up at the Alps or Pyrenees you are bound to say to yourself "Holy Cow, I'm about to ski down that".

From Austria and Switzerland, the birth place of many champions, to the cradle of skiing in Norway, the upmarket resorts in France and Italy, along with the relative newcomers to ski and snowboard tourism, such as Bulgaria, Romania and Slovenia, which are also by the way growing in popularity, your choice of ski holiday in Europe is simply endless and to make this choice much easier Ski The World have created a dedicated ski website with the largest range of European ski resorts on show in Australia.

"So all you snow junkies out there who are looking for that next big slope to ride, then look no further than for all your thrills, spills and off-piste adventures. Of course families are very welcome and Europe has many ideal resorts that cater to you as well as beginners and intermediates".

" And its no joke when I say your clients can spend 7 nights in a 3 star hotel from as little as $240.00 per person". No absolutely no joke at all and if this price sounds to good to believe, then I suggest you starting believing, tell your clients to pack their bags and head off on a ski holiday to Spindleruv Mlyn, the Czech Republic's number one ski resort, which is just 2.5 hours from beautiful Prague.

"You can also stay in some of the most popular resorts such as St. Anton in a 3 star Pension from just $776.00 per person and in Kitzbuhel from $513.00 per person. We also have all your equipment hire needs, lift pass desires and transfer options taken care of".

To organise your next ski and snowboard holiday in Europe give us a call on 1800 242 353 FREE or email  and tell us what your are looking for and we'll tell you which resorts best suits your needs.


Contact Ski The World


Toll Free: 1800 156 856

Phone: (07) 5630 0273

Fax: (07) 5526 2944

Office Address: Suite 1, 66 Appel Street, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217

Postal Address: P.O. Box 728, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217


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