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Most luxurious skiing in Europe

Wonderful Mountain Villages, Superb Skiing, and Obligatory Cheese Fondue

Are you thinking of the classic winter sports scene, high mountains, tradition, luxury, and class? Then you’re thinking of Switzerland.

With its reputation as the most luxurious skiing in Europe, and perhaps the world, it can also be very affordable. We offer lodging and packages in all major ski resorts in this Alpine country. This country is proud of its unique nature and cultural diversity. It is never too early to start planning your adventure; especially since most of these amazing packages sell out quickly. Contact an experienced Team Alpine member today.

Resorts in Switzerland

A classic family-friendly winter ski resort, at the top of the Schanfigg Valley, surrounded by towering peaks. The journey to Arosa, by rail or road, is a string of postcard-perfect views and picturesque terraced villages.
Brig, Aletschgebiet and Riederalp
Picturesque town located near the Aletsch glacier, an ancient European crossroads to Italy. Located at an ancient European crossroads where the Simplon Pass crosses the high Alps into Italy.
Champéry is definitely worth discovering. The village looks like a scene from a chocolate box. it is full of traditional Swiss chalets and snowy winding streets. The backdrop is soaring Dents du Midi and Dents Blanches Mountains.
Château-d'Œx is in many ways the quintessential Swiss alpine resort. Location is the main reason behind Château-d'Œx’s ability to provide a universal adventure. It is on the south side of a valley amongst the French-speaking Alps, the town is the picture of a quaint ski village.
When conditions are right - clear skies above fresh, deep snow - Crans-Montana takes some beating. The mountains you bounce down with the midday sun full on your face are charmingly scenic, the slopes, broken up by rock outcrops and forest.
Davos Klosters
Davos was one of the original mega-resorts, with slopes on a scale that few resorts can better, even today. But it’s a difficult resort to like. It’s easy to put up with slopes spread over separate mountains and relatively ancient, line-prone lifts if that’s the price of staying in a captivation Alpine village. But Davos is far from that.
Popular year-round resort with one of the biggest verticals in the Alps. Engelberg is a winter sports resort. It delivers on all its promises.
Flims Laax Falera
A splendid, spacious area with high slopes and great lifts, just 90 minutes from Zürich airport. Flims Laax Falera has an impressive 137 miles of mainly intermediate slopes.
For stunning views from your hotel window and from the slopes, there are few places to rival Grindelwald, and two of them are just over the hill.
Romantic mountain village with overlooking castle and extensive, scenic slopes. Gstaad is the Swiss resort of fairy tales. Surrounded by the Alps, the town’s most prominent feature is a picturesque castle that sits on a hill overlooking the village.
Interlaken is in the German-speaking heart of Switzerland. It offers winter sports’ fans access to some of the most spectacular skiing in the Alps. Skiers will have their base in a service-packed small city in a spectacular lakeside setting.
Charming village with tremendous views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. Mürren is one of our favorite resorts – for a short visit, at least.
Saas Fee
Beautiful, car-free village with snowsure slopes on top of the world. Saas-Fee is one of our favorite places. It oozes Swiss charm and the setting is stunning – spectacular glaciers and 4000m peaks surround the place.
St. Moritz Pontrèsina
St. Moritz is all about `chic’, elegance and exclusiveness, the place where you can literally feel the `dry, bubbly Champagne climate’ on your skin. St. Moritz is a guarantee for outstanding leisure and sports events, cultural highlights and a wide variety of shopping facilities.
Good skiing and snowboarding, great powder and lots of nightlife. There is no doubt that Verbier is trying hard to retain its international visitors, improving over the last few years its grooming, snowmaking, ski school and lifts
Villars, Les Diablerets and Leysin
Perched on a wooded, sunny plateau above the Rhône Valley about halfway between Martigny and the Chateau de Chillon end of Lake Geneva, Villars offers activities that find the fine balance between recreation and relaxation.
Given the charm of the village, the friendliness of the locals and the drama of the scenery, it’s easy to see why some people – including numbers of middle-aged people who have been going for decades – love Wengen.
In Zermatt, it has always been about the mountains. Whether people scale them, ski down them, or simply gaze at them, the mountains are the centerpiece for life in this village of 5,600 people. Zermatt is home to the Matterhorn, one of Europe’s most recognizable peaks, and draws visitors from around the world.