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Ski Total reveals its 5 best European resorts for group ski trips for great skiing, entertainment and ease: NEW

"Skiing has always been a popular activity for groups with thousands of holidaymakers taking to the slopes each year to eat, drink, laugh and, of course, ski together!"

We agree wholeheartedly!

Check out these resorts named by those that know, specialist Ski Total, for being the best for group trips.

They take in great skiing, entertaining snow activities beyond the slopes, fantastic food and lively après-ski.

Are you surprised?

Are you tempted...

St Anton, Austria

The biggest ski area in Austria with legendary après-ski.

What else should we say...?

The pedestrianised town centre of St Anton is a firm favourite for group ski trips.

The resort offers activities like tobogganing, ice skating and there's a leisure centre equipped with three swimming pools, a bowling alley and 'Sauna World', for fun off the slopes.

Seven nights on a chalet board basis Chalet Rosanna in St Anton, from £859pp.

Ski TotalSt Anton

Val D'Isère, France

Home to some of the best skiing in Europe, guaranteed snowfall and some of the best night life in the Alps, Val D'Isère has always been a favourite for groups.

Ski the Espace Killy's exceptional range of pistes, with 300km of runs.

World-famous après-ski bars include La Folie Douce and Dicks Tea Bar, and for more active fun (depending on your apres style) try ice climbing, ice diving and snowmobiling.

Seven nights on a chalet board basis Chalet Champs Avalin in Val D'Isère, from £859pp.

Val d'IsereVal d'Isere

Champoluc, Italy

Part of the Monterosa ski area, the Italian resort is a hidden gem for a relaxed holiday.

The neighbouring resorts Gressoney and Alagna are included on the same lift pass and the pistes are known to be uncrowded.

Italian mountain food in the restaurants and informal, relaxed après-ski bars are what defines the area.

Seven nights on a chalet board basis Chalet Hotel Breithorn from £689pp.


Méribel, France

Located in Les3Vallees it means extensive skiing and lots of options for groups with mixed ski abilities.

Non-ski activities include a scenic flight over the resort and snowshoeing, as well as après-ski at the Rond Point, The Pub, Dicks Tea Bar, La Taverne and Scotts.

Seven nights on a chalet board basis to Chalet Oxalys in Méribel from £829pp.


Tignes, France 

The Espace Killy ski area, which links up to Val D'Isère, is snow sure.

The Grande Motte Glacier means groups can ski long into April.

Visitors can find a range of activities throughout Tignes's three villages; Le-Lac, Lavachet and Val Claret:

Lively après-ski at Le Loop bar or the more relaxed Marmot Arms, husky sledding, paragliding, cinema.

Seven nights on a chalet board basis to Chalet Atlas in Tignes from £999pp.



Advantages for groups:
  • Thinking time: held options while group makes decision
  • Free name changes on flights
  • Exclusive private transfers for groups of 25+
  • 'Ski Savers' in each resort for groups
  • Over 100 chalets & Chalet Hotels sleeping from 6 to 83 for any group size
  • Have your passes delivered to your chalet
  • Members of group can leave from different airports
Additionally, for a limited time only, Ski Total is offering a free place for one person in a group of six on certain bookings.
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