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Skiing / Snowboarding / Snow Tours/Trips in Europe

Find a Skiing / Snowboarding / Snow trip that explores Europe. There are 45 tours to choose from, that range in length from 4 days up to 16 days. The most popular month for these tours is January, which has the most tour departures.

45 Skiing / Snowboarding / Snow trips through Europe with 332 reviews

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  • Enjoy beautiful panoramas of winding rivers, plunging ski slopes, ice covered lakes and countless villages that dot the Swiss Alps. Wander through Christmas markets and sample some heart-warming cheese fondue.
  • Indulge in exhilarating winter activities cross country skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing at Switzerland’s premier winter destinations of St Moritz, Morzine, Samoens and Interlaken.
  • Hike remote regions of the French Pyrenees as you explore snow covered valleys, passes and frozen lakes.
  • Take advantage of fantastic skiing conditions, perfect for both beginners and experienced, at world-class ski resorts Jura and Tignes.
  • Make the Austrian Alps home for a week or two as you ride freshly powdered pistes surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
  • Enjoy the festive spirit of Christmas markets in Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruck and smaller cities and towns of Austria.
  • Stroll through the quintessential Italian cities Florence, Milan and Rome when the streets are empty of tourists.
  • Pamper yourself with wellness downtime in Vogna Valley and head for the mountain refuge of Monte Grappa for some rest and relaxation.


  • Dress in easily removable layered clothing as shops and restaurants can be quite warm.
  • Wear accessories like woollen hats with ear coverage, woollen scarves and gloves when you are outdoors.
  • A wind/rain proof coat is essential as it can get wet during winter. Waterproof boots are good for navigating slippery and wet footpaths.
  • Wear thermal underwear when visiting ski resorts to keep warm.
  • Protect your skin from the winter sun by using a sunscreen and wear goggles to avoid the sun’s glare.
  • When skiing, remember that pistes are colour coded to reflect grades of difficulty. Green slopes are the easiest, followed by blue, red and black.
  • Maintain your balance on the snow as it can be quite slippery. Develop a stable stance to negotiate the slopes.
  • If you’re trying snowshoeing for the first time, start on flat terrain. Dig your toes in when you climb uphill for a better grip on the snow.

Skiing / Snowboarding / Snow Tours/Trips in Europe Reviews