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The Most Popular Ski Resorts of the 2022-2023 Season: Insights from our customers

Updated: Aug 26, 2023


As we reflect on the 2022-2023 ski season, we investigate some of the most sought-after ski destinations that captured the hearts of passionate skiers and snowboarders. We compiled data based on all our ski servicing customer preferences and bookings. Join us as we unveil the 7 top-ranking ski resorts that dominated the winter season, offering unforgettable experiences and breathtaking adventures. It is certainly food for thought if you are considering where to book for next season.


7. Whistler, Canada:

Venturing across the Atlantic, Whistler secures its place among the top-ranked resorts of the season. Renowned for its vast ski area, breathtaking scenery, and powder-filled slopes, Whistler offers an unparalleled winter playground. With its vibrant village, diverse terrain, and world-class facilities, it's no wonder that this Canadian gem continues to draw skiers from around the globe. We headed there for the first time this season and it did not disappoint!


The view from the top of the Whistler Village Gondola
The Batterski team in Whistler

6. St Anton, Austria:

Across the border in Austria, St Anton emerges as a favorite amongest skier who love to party! Known for its impressive snowfall, extensive slopes, and lively après-ski culture, St Anton guarantees an exhilarating experience. It hosts challenging terrain, including the famous Valluga Ridge, this resort attracts advanced skiers seeking adrenaline-fuelled descents. St Anton is maybe less suited to beginner skiers given its challenging ski terrain.

The St Anton backcountry
Off piste views of St Anton

5. Val D'Isere, France:

Val D'Isere, nestled in the vast Tarentaise Valley, has a well-deserved reputation as a world-class ski resort. Boasting a vast interconnected ski area with neighbouring Tignes; Val D'Isere offers limitless opportunities for exploration. Attracting the rich and famous, VD is not the cheapest resort in the Alps, but does offer great service and restaurants. Its charming Alpine village, renowned hospitality, and thriving après-ski scene provide the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.

Val D'Isere's famous Folie Douce mountain bar
La Folie Douce is very a popular mountain bar in Val D

4. Chamonix, France:

Legendary status in the skiing world, Chamonix continues to captivate visitors with its dramatic mountain vistas and challenging slopes. As the gateway to the iconic Mont Blanc, this resort attracts adventurers seeking adrenaline-pumping off-piste descents and breathtaking glacier skiing. Chamonix's rich mountaineering history, diverse terrain, and lively town ambiance make it a haven for passionate skiers and mountaineers.

Chamonix lift: Photo by Jainam Mehta on Unsplash
Chamonix cable car: Photo by Jainam Mehta on Unsplash

3. Tignes, France:

Tignes, a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts, secured its spot among the top destinations of the season. Located in the famous Espace Killy ski area, Tignes boasts an extensive terrain, including the Grande Motte glacier, which ensures excellent skiing conditions even late into the season. Offering a wide range of accommodations, lively bars, and a vibrant nightlife, Tignes caters to thrill-seekers and socialisers alike.

'Eye of the Needle' rock formation in Tignes. Photo by David Hawley
Tignes 'Eye of the Needle' rock formation. Photo credit David Hawley

2. Morzine, France:

Embracing the traditional charm of the French Alps, Morzine captivates visitors with its picturesque landscapes and cozy Alpine atmosphere. With access to the Portes du Soleil ski area, this resort offers endless opportunities for exploration. From perfectly groomed slopes to exhilarating off-piste adventures, Morzine caters to skiers of all abilities. Its vibrant village ambiance, charming chalets, and bustling après-ski scene create an unforgettable winter experience.


Morzine chairlift views
Views from a Morzine chairlift

1. Val Thorens, France:

Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, Val Thorens takes the crown as the most popular ski resort of the season. Its high altitude (2,300m village) guarantees exceptional snow conditions throughout the winter. With an extensive network of slopes suitable for all skill levels, Val Thorens caters to beginners and experts and everyone in between. Ski-in, ski-out convenience, vibrant après-ski scene, and access to Les 3 Vallees, the worlds biggest ski area.

Val Thorens village sits at 2,300m altitude
Views of Val Thorens village

Conclusion

The 2022-2023 ski season witnessed an incredible array of popular ski resorts, each offering unique experiences and breathtaking adventures. From the snow-capped peaks of the French Alps to the powder-filled slopes of Canada, these destinations captured the hearts of skiers and snowboarders worldwide. France remains the most popular ski destination for us Brits. We remain committed to providing the best services to help you embark on your next unforgettable skiing adventure. So, grab your gear, embrace the winter spirit, and get planning more unforgettable memories at one of these incredible ski resorts. Happy skiing!

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