Skiing at Club Med – From the Seasoned Skier to the Anxious Amateur

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Club Med’s all-inclusive ski holidays feature some of the world’s premium slopes with professional instructors who’ll guide your ascent to the apex of your ability. Take advantage of our All Inclusive packages to make the most of your time on the slopes.

So what gives our ski holidays the edge over the competition?

Going downhill fast

Make some tracks and get ahead on the pistes with our all-inclusive small group lessons. On a Club Med Luxury Ski Holiday our groups are never bigger than 12 people, meaning you can really make some headway on the slopes.

Only the Best Local Tuition

Our exclusive partnerships with French, Italian and Swiss Ski Schools in Alpine resorts guarantees the crème de la crème of professional tuition, with no shortage of personal tips dispensed to help you continue to improve and evolve your skiing style.

Especially for complete beginners, you can accelerate your progress and get the most from your lessons by starting on the slopes the day after arrival if you opt for one of our 7 day stays.

I know my way down!

Not a problem. If you’re a seasoned powder slicer, that’s good with us too. We’ll help you ski off-piste and on special routes reserved exclusively for the more skilled skiers. Do so with total peace of mind, knowing that you’ll be supervised by our expert instructors along these challenging routes.

Where best to Slope off to next?

Our 21 Alpine resorts are among the best in the world. Many of the globe’s most famous and glamorous ski resorts feature among our portfolio, from St Moritz to Wengen in Switzerland and Meribel, Chamonix and Val D’Isere in the French Alps.

Paradiski in France

The name may sound a little Russian at first glance, but don’t be fooled. These tip top French Alpine resorts have been designed to let you experience the summit of your ski holiday, where you can slide along two glaciers and ski from a dizzying height of three kilometres at the likes of Le Plagne, Arcs Extreme and Peisey Vallandry.


Though sometimes overlooked, Italy’s ski resorts offer some of the best panoramic scenery in the Alps (can we say ski-nery? Oh dear, it seems we already did!) to look out from. Why not enjoy the charming chalets at Club Med’s brand new Pragelato Vialattea resort in Italy’s Piedmont region? Or alternatively, experience the pristine summits of the mighty Mount Cervina, while our two restaurants with direct views on to the piste and the Club Med Spa by Decolore ensure your senses stay stirred, not shaken, for that all-important Apres Ski session.

Asian Snow

If you feel you’ve enjoyed more than enough plain old European snow in your time, why not head for a piste in the East?

Yabuli, in the Chinese region of Heilongjiang, whisks you back to an ancestral mountain where the national Chinese Ski Team trains. The relaxing après ski scene here is in true east-meets-west fashion, where Canadian-style hot tubs rub shoulders with karaoke sessions!

Not to be outdone, Japan serves up Sahoro, with a climate delivering plentiful snow year round and an idyllic resort packed deep into the enchanting Hokkaido mountains.

Book now for Christmas

Though it may feel like summer’s barely done, believe it or not many of our most popular ski resorts book up months ahead for Christmas, so it never hurts to slide along and snap up some of our best special offers for ski stays now.

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