As an intermediate skier the world is your oyster. Nearly all resorts catered for intermediate skiers so no matter what location you choose for your next ski holiday you will more than likely be well catered for. On the right hand side of this page you will find a list of the ski resorts that we think are perfect for intermediate skiers. However, with such a choice of resorts, how on earth you you narrow down on the right one for you? A lot will come down the budget that you have for your holiday. The bigger the ski area the more suited it tends to be for all abilities. But the more suited an area is for all abilities the more popular it tends to be. And the more popular the ski area, the higher the price.
Ski areas such as the 3 Valleys catered for all abilities and are world famous, so whilst you can pretty much guarantee a fantastic week of skiing, you probably won't get a bargain. However, if you are willing to go for something a little less mainstream then you can get much better prices. A prime example of this is La Rosiere. Located in the Savoie Valley, very close to Tignes, Val d'Isere, Les Arcs and La Plagne, La Rosiere does not quite have the same brand name as the aforementioned resorts and as such it tends to offer much better prices. Yet there is still quality skiing to be found in a ski area with 150km of piste and a resort height of 1850m.
In recent years the Austrian resorts have become extremely popular and again it is the bigger ski area offered by resorts such as St Anton and Ischgl that tend to attack a lot of attention as do the famous resorts such as Kitzbuhel and Lech. However, as with skiing in France, you can get a lot more for your money if you shy away from the famous resorts and try something a bit different. Somewhere such as Westendorf offer a huge amount of skiing which access to both the Ski Welt area and the slopes of Kitzbuhel, but you will not pay the Kitzbuhel price tag to stay there.
There are also some fantastic resorts for intermediate skiers in Italy. The Milky Way is a brilliant ski area and it bucks the trend of being expensive if it caters for all abilities. There is 400km of piste to be skied and the lift pass is just £160pp (based on 2015-2016 prices and current exchange rates). Sauze d'Oulx is one of the main resorts in the area, as is Sestriere and there are often some bargain prices to be had compared to the big ski areas in the rest of Europe.
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