You can fly to these top ski destinations from Birmingham Airport

Whether you’re hitting the slopes hard, reclining with a glass of red in your chalet or enjoying an après-ski party, these ski locations can be travelled to with ease from Birmingham Airport.


Just over an hour’s drive from Geneva Airport, you’ll discover Morzine – the perfect place to ski for beginners and intermediates. This family-friendly village is a charming and picturesque place to spend a week on the slopes. And after a long day of skiing, you’ll be able to get cosy in traditional chalets to give you the ultimate Alpine experience. But the fun doesn’t stop there, and for the more adventurous travellers, the party continues far into the night at the popular après-ski bars. 

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One for the pro-skiers, Chamonix is an exceptionally stunning part of France with fantastic views and challenging heights. It hosted the first ever Winter Olympics back in 1924, and has a reputation for training experts, so if you fancy yourself as a bit of a thrill seeker and want to push yourself to new levels, this is the place to go.

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Fly from Birmingham Airport to Turin with Jet2 super affordably, with prices starting from just £29 one way in January 2019. From Turin, you’ll make the journey (which takes just over an hour and a half) to Cervinia, one of the highest resorts in the alps. If you’re travelling on a tighter budget, this Italian resort is a great option. Alternatively, you can book the whole package fuss-free with Crystal Ski Holidays, and they’ll do all the hard work for you.

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This world-renowned resort has a variety of amazing places to stay, dine and shop. Courchevel is made up of five villages, all linked by a free bus service and suitable for every type of skier, so if you’re jetting off in a large group this is worth considering. If you’re looking for something a little different, take a day off the slopes to relax at Aquamotion, Europe’s largest mountain-based waterpark where you can indulge in a massage, recharge your batteries in the hot pools or get adventurous with some water activities. 

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St Anton

Named as having ‘one of the best après scenes in Europe’, and regarded as one of the most popular ski destinations for UK holiday-goers, St Anton in Austria is another one for the more advanced skiers. You can pretty much always rely on this region to have ample snow, and there’s a huge range of chalet-style accommodation to choose from, whether you’re looking for a smaller group or the whole extended family. 

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