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Skiing: what are the best destinations for British students?

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Winter not only brings a chilly breeze and a wardrobe change, but the exciting opportunity for students to immerse themselves in the adventurous world of skiing. With snowy mountains offering thrills and spills, coupled with a backdrop of picturesque landscapes, students from Britain have many choices for skiing getaways.

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular skiing destinations that have captivated the hearts of British students.

Les Deux Alpes, France

Start the journey with Les Deux Alpes in France, which is renowned for its extensive skiing terrain suitable for all levels. The resort’s high altitude guarantees a snow-covered landscape for a longer period, meaning students can plan their trip without worrying about the snow conditions. Affordable ski pass prices, vibrant nightlife, and plenty of non-skiing activities make Les Deux Alpes a paradise for students on a budget but still wanting to experience an exciting skiing holiday.

Mayrhofen, Austria

Mayrhofen in Austria is another skiing haven, particularly popular amongst British students, owing to its fantastic mix of skiing, scenery, and après-ski. The resort is home to some of the most exhilarating black runs and boasts an impressive terrain park for snowboarders and freestyle skiers. With budget-friendly accommodation options and a lively town atmosphere, Mayrhofen is a hit with students.

Sestriere and Livigno, Italy

In recent years, Italy has emerged as one of the top skiing destinations for British students, thanks to its combination of exceptional terrain conditions, affordable prices, and rich cultural offerings. Italy ski resorts such as Sestriere, Livigno, and Passo Tonale are renowned for their wide, well-groomed tracks and expansive ski areas, providing a range of challenges for skiers at every level of expertise. Additionally, these resorts are famous for their lively après-ski scenes, which make them particularly appealing to young, adventurous travellers.

What sets Italy apart, however, is the blend of world-class skiing with a unique cultural experience. From indulging in authentic Italian cuisine in cozy mountain restaurants to exploring historic sites and local markets in charming alpine villages, a skiing trip to Italy is worth so much more than just the slopes. This unique blend of sport, culture, and gastronomy makes Italy an irresistible choice for British students seeking the perfect skiing getaway.

Bansko, Bulgaria

For those on a tight budget, Bansko in Bulgaria is a dream come true. The resort offers incredibly affordable skiing combined with a fascinating local culture. Despite its low prices, the quality of skiing is commendable, with well-maintained tracks and modern lift systems. Besides, the town’s charm, enhanced by its historical stone buildings and traditional taverns, adds to its allure.

Tignes, France

Back in France, Tignes is another resort that’s earned its place in the hearts of British students. Its high altitude ensures reliable snowfall throughout the season, while the vast and varied ski area caters to everyone from beginners to experts. Students are also drawn to Tignes because of its vibrant nightlife and range of fun-filled activities, such as snow tubing and ice-diving.

Sierra Nevada, Spain

Just a short hop away from the sunny beaches of southern Spain, Sierra Nevada provides a delightful contrast with its snowy slopes and clear blue skies. With over 100 kilometres of tracks, this resort caters to all skill levels and offers a range of other winter activities like sledding and snowshoeing. As an added bonus, the university city of Granada is nearby, offering a rich cultural experience and a vibrant student life.

In conclusion, whether it’s the snowy slopes of Italy, the vibrant nightlife in France, or the wallet-friendly resorts in Bulgaria, British students have a plethora of excellent skiing destinations at their fingertips. These locations not only offer thrilling skiing opportunities but also allow students to immerse themselves in different cultures, try out new cuisines, and create unforgettable memories with their peers. So pack your skis, grab your snow boots, and get ready for a fantastic winter adventure!

 

Kokou Adzo is the editor and author of Startup.info. He is passionate about business and tech, and brings you the latest Startup news and information. He graduated from university of Siena (Italy) and Rennes (France) in Communications and Political Science with a Master's Degree. He manages the editorial operations at Startup.info.

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