SNO doubt about it, Easter skiing’s incredible. The days are longer and weather’s milder – get your fill of spring skiing conditions on crisp mornings followed by cruisy afternoons, après ski and sunbathing.
The efficacy of modern snowmaking and ubiquity of the snow canons themselves mean plenty of resorts can stay open this late in the season – which makes the range of Easter ski deals brilliantly broad. For the best conditions, look to a ski resort with pistes above 2000m – ideally north facing ones which’ll get the most shade. Better yet, make it somewhere with the aforementioned plus a glacier and you’ll be enjoying some of the greatest Easter snow around. Want to stay in one of the best spring ski resorts worldwide? Check out our Easter skiing Top Ten.
SNO-expert Tip: if flights sell out, for cheap Easter ski deals, go self-drive!
Overnight is fast, with empty roads, and sleeping family/friends. Thanks to the warmer weather at this time of year, the mountain roads are usually much more manageable. Arrive early & be one of the few skiing on changeover day, with the rest still on flights/transfers.
If you're looking for great Easter skiing but don't want to pay half term skiing prices, we've got the best selection of packages and the biggest discounts for families and group ski trips. Just call our specialists for the best deals on ski holidays at Easter 2021.
The links above will take you to view Easter ski packages in the most popular countries of France, Austria, Italy and Switzerland or you can choose your favourite resort and local airport using the search.
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If you’ve found your perfect Easter trip, you can secure it through our website or over the phone. We’ll need a deposit (or the full balance if you’re booking less than 12 weeks ahead). For advice on which holiday will suit you best, call our ski specialists.
There’s no set rule but logically, the earlier you book, the more choice of holidays. Some skiers set on a particular property might book around a year in advance to secure their spot. That said, there are holidays available right up until the last minute if a spot of spontaneous spring skiing is on the cards.
Yes, if you pick the right place. Ski areas with pistes above 2000m and skiable glaciers give you the greatest odds. Our top resorts for Easter skiing are snow sure thanks to high altitudes and a good natural snow record.
Zermatt is a feast for the senses at Easter time with its chocolate-box village, Toblerone backdrop of the Matterhorn and charming chocolateries selling beautiful Easter eggs - the world’s best ski resort for chocoholics! Oh, the skiing is incredible at this time of year too.
Filter the results on this page to five-star only, which will show you our most luxurious ski hotels and chalets available. Or, give us a call and we'll do the searching while you put decorate your Easter bonnet...
Right here! Sorting the search results in price order will show the cheapest holidays first. Where catering and transport are included, this will almost always cost less than eating out and booking travel separately. They might look costlier at first, but all-inclusive holidays are a fine way of saving the most money overall, as so much is bundled into the price.
Absolutely - view our short breaks by filtering the search tool to see Easter packages under 7 nights long. Often 3 or 4 night holidays will fall over the long Easter weekend, so you can maximise holiday time and take minimum annual leave!
Yes - filter the holidays on this page to the ‘all inclusive’ board basis and you should see some fabulous all-inclusive Easter packages. They often include ski lessons, childcare and unlimited food and drink (but bear in mind that some top-shelf alcohol will cost extra).
Enter your number of guests into the search tool on this page and suitable holidays will show up. Alternatively, get in touch and our group organising experts will talk you through the best options for your group.
Here! All available Easter ski holidays are shown on this page, and at the best price you’ll find. Even when Good Friday is a day or so away, there’ll still be a roaring chance that you can be on the slopes by the weekend.
Yes, often properties will throw a special Easter meal. Sometimes it’ll be traditional roast lamb (with a veggie option, of course) and other times something different but just as tasty. Dessert will more often than not involve plenty of chocolate!
You’ll find at least one church in pretty much all of the European resorts and with Easter being a key event in their calendars, they’ll have services during the Easter weekend. Some resorts hold services in English too - like Meribel or Val d’Isère. Often, mountain top sunrise Easter services are put on for the earliest risers in some USA resorts, such as Sugarbush and Aspen.
|Accommodation||Resort||Country||£ Price (pp)|
|Fairmont Chateau Whistler||Whistler||Canada||£ 1485|
|Hotel Altapura||Val Thorens||France||£ 1759|
|Chalet Cairn||Tignes||France||£ 1409|
|Hotel Avenue Lodge||Val d'Isere||France||£ 1449|
|Hotel Taj-I-Mah||Les Arcs||France||£ 2206|
|Hotel Koh-I Nor||Val Thorens||France||£ 2412|
|Hotel Christiania||Val d'Isere||France||£ 1759|
|Hotel Taj-I Mah||Les Arcs||France||£ 1659|
|Village Montana Suites||Tignes||France||£ 1779|
|Chalet Kaila||Morzine||France||£ 1769|