What are the world's top ski resorts?
What is winter without breathtaking sceneries and challenging slopes where you can practice your skills as a skier or snowboarder? If you can’t imagine booking a winter holiday in a place where you couldn’t practice your beloved sports, we have compiled a list of the world’s top 10 ski resorts. We took into account factors such as quality of the slopes, atmosphere, restaurants, and other facilities.
The ski resorts in our top 10 weren’t ranked in a particular order, because they all have their distinct advantages and it would be hard to say that one is better than the other. From beginners to pros, from single daredevils to families, there is something for everyone.
Let’s take a look at the countdown.
No. 10: Park City, Utah
Photo Credit: Keith Kendrick
Park City is undoubtedly one of the top ski destinations in the US, with millions of tourists being drawn to it every single year. In addition, Park City, Utah also hosts the Sundance Film Festival.
No. 9: Bozeman, Montana
Photo Credit: University of Exeter
Not your typical family friendly resort, Bozeman, Montana is most suitable for those seeking an adrenaline rush on the slopes. This is certainly one resort not recommended for beginners.
No. 8: Zermatt, Switzerland
Photo Credit: Philip Larson
Switzerland is internationally renowned for its multitude of top class ski resorts and Zermatt might just be the best one there. The best money can buy that is, as this ski resort can really break your budget.
See the rest of the world's best ski resorts: