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Each season has a characteristic scenery and atmosphere to it. Spring reminds us of trees in bloom, autumn of withering leaves and the wind, and summer of sandy beaches under the sun. In winter, when white snowflakes turn a new page for us, everything is covered in snow—trees, mountains, hills… For most, it means skiing. There are countless ski resorts around the world, and it’s not easy to choose one. However, there are some resorts which promise a peerless skiing experience for all. Here are the world’s most exclusive resorts.

Gstaad, Switzerland

The picturesque village of Gstaad in Switzerland is one of the world’s most expensive ski resorts. Despite this, the village has maintained its traditional charm where wooden chalets sit side by side with five-star ski hotels, designer shops and award-winning restaurants. On the mountain, skiers can explore 200 km of slopes, reaching a snow-sure altitude of 3000 m up on Glacier 3000.

Aspen, Colorado

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, Aspen is one of America’s most luxurious ski resorts. In addition to excellent ski pistes, Aspen has a vibrant nightlife and a great selection of restaurants. The ski area boasts 461 km of piste divided into four different skiing areas: Buttermilk, Highlands, Snowmass, and Aspen Mountain.

Courchevel, France

One of France’s most exclusive ski resorts, Courchevel offers five-star hotels, Michelin-starred restaurants and a truly lavish ski experience. Encompassing four charming villages, -the most popular is Courchevel 1850- Courchevel boasts 600 km of ski slopes, over 180 green-blue ski runs and over 140 redblack ski runs.

Kitzbühel, Austria

Located in the beautiful Wilder Kaiser mountains in Austria, Kitzbühel is a charming town with historic buildings, 5-star hotels and a lot more to discover. The surrounding area comprises 215 km of official slopes as well as a dedicated area for off-piste. Kitzbühel also hosts one of the toughest downhill races in the world, where racers can reach up to 100 km per hour.

Zermatt, Switzerland

Zermatt has maintained its reputation as Switzerland’s glitziest ski resort since the mid-19th century. Offering one of the most scenic views of the Alps, Zermatt’s ski area consists of 360 km of terrain connected by ultra-modern lifts. The skiing at Matterhorn Glacier Paradise reaches up to a spectacular 3883 m. The town itself is a charming place where fairy lights adorn historic buildings.

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

Located high up in the Dolomite Mountains, Cortina d’Ampezzo is one of Italy’s most luxurious ski resorts. Here the skiing opportunities are endless, with over 1000 km of downhill skiing to explore. The resort also boasts plenty of cosy wine bars and Michelin-starred restaurants.


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