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The school skiing trip is an integral part of a young person’s education. The first opportunity to travel abroad without their parents, gain valuable life experience, bond with their classmates, and have fun on the slopes. It’s fair to say that Europe is host to some of the premier skiing destinations in the world. With Olympic-standard ski runs, picture-postcard scenery and quaint villages filled with rich heritage and culture, it’s fair to say that schools are almost spoilt for choice.

We’ve already covered the best skiing destinations in France and Italy, but what if you fancy taking your students to somewhere different?

Austria and Switzerland are home to chocolate box villages, breath-taking alpine scenery and high-altitude skiing for students of all ages and abilities. As two of the best ski destinations in Europe, both countries have much to offer and should surely be considered for any school skiing trip.

Here’s the lowdown on four of the best ski destinations in these two exquisitely scenic skiing destinations.

Zell am See-Kaprun, Austria

Positioned on the edge of Lake Zell, the ski town of Zell am See-Kaprun is shadowed by the majestic Schmittenhohe Mountain. One of Austria’s best-known ski destinations, Zell am See-Kaprun is a mecca for skiing enthusiasts the world over.

Winner of the Best Ski Resort at the School Travel Awards 2016/2017, it’s plainly obvious that Zell am See-Kaprun is one destination that simply must be considered when planning your school skiing trip to Austria.

With 130km of marked pistes for skiers of all ages and abilities, 49 separate ski runs and a wealth of apres-ski activities, an exhilarating skiing adventure awaits all school parties that visit Zell am See-Kaprun.

Not content with offering some of the best skiing in Austria, Zell am See-Kaprum offer a range of apres-ski activities for students to enjoy when not on the slopes. From ice-skating to swimming. Austrian bowling to llama walking, a rounded experience awaits – there’s even a pizza night for students and a programme of in-house entertainment in each of the resort’s hotels.

Upon visiting St. Anton you’ll discover pistes that stretch for 305km and a further 180km of ski trails and cylindrical powder slopes.

St. Anton, Austria

Home of Austria’s first ski school, St. Anton has blossomed into an internationally-famous ski resort, and a premier destination for school skiing trips. Featuring several excellent ski-schools, St. Anton has maintained its charming veneer whilst providing excellent facilities for school skiing trips.

Upon visiting St. Anton you’ll discover pistes that stretch for 305km and a further 180km of ski trails and cylindrical powder slopes. Whether your students prefer cross-country skiing, admiring the breath-taking scenery or flying down the slopes, St. Anton has much to offer.

When not gliding down Arlberg, the most expansive ski area in Austria, St. Anton has much to keep students engaged. The resort offers a wealth of sports activities, including a climbing centre, bowling, swimming pool and sports hall. A illuminated 4.2-kilometre toboggan run stretches from Gampen via the Rodelhütte to Rodelstall in Nasserein, and is considered the best in Europe.

Across St. Anton there are a total of 60 properties, including chalets, hotels and apartments. Chalets in St. Anton come in all shapes and sizes and can sleep anywhere from 6-35 people. The hotels provide ample accommodation for large parties to kick back and relax after a long day on the slopes. When considering where to ski in Austria, there’s no doubt that St. Anton is a premier destination that you can’t afford to not consider. Perfect for more advanced-level skiing parties, the resort has much to offer.

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Grindelwald, Switzerland

Named as one of the 12 Best of Alps resorts, Grindlewald is the largest and liveliest resorts in the Jungfrau region of Switzerland. Featuring stunning views over some of the most iconic mountains in the world, Grindelwald is an idyllic destination for your school skiing holiday.

The laid-back atmosphere and traditional alpine architecture is both infectious and immersive. The perfect way to reward students for those long hours spent in the library studying for exams, Grindelwald’s iconic mountains offer a range of fun activities both on and off the slopes.

The resort strikes a perfect balance between its provincial character and modern amenities. Set amongst the spectacular scenery you’ll discover over 200km of ski terrain across three individual skiing areas. Despite being better suited to progressive skiers, novices will find much to keep them occupied.

The Sunstar Alpine Hotel is located just 5 minutes from the local ski school. With progressive leisure facilities, a spacious lounge with a warming log fire and free Wi-Fi, the Sunshine Alpine Hotel is a great option for any school looking to treat their students.

Traditional Swiss-German architecture adorns each village, allowing your students to immerse themselves in the culture and history of Switzerland.

Gstaad, Switzerland

Boasting 250 km of slopes, two snow parks, winter hiking trails and snow parks, Gstaad has enough to keep even the most dedicated winter sports enthusiast. Located in the Canton of Bern in southwestern Switzerland, Gstaad is one of the most popular winter holiday skiing destinations.

The twelve separate ski areas are all connected by a train that runs through five separate villages. Traditional Swiss-German architecture adorns each village, allowing your students to immerse themselves in the culture and history of Switzerland.

As the only glacier ski area in the Bernese Oberland, Gstaad’s winter sports region houses three large ski areas, in addition to several smaller ones. Students will discover more than enough powdered snow on the Rinderberg or Hornberg ski arenas. Lessons are available for novices whereas seasoned skiing enthusiasts will have the time of their life bobbing and weaving across perfect snow slopes.

Stay at the popular Alpina Gstaad and enjoy awe-inspiring mountain views. Constructed from wood salvaged from old farmhouses and locally-quarried limestone, the setting of the Alpina Gstaad perfectly encapsulates why Gstaad is one of the best ski resorts in Switzerland.

In truth, Austria and Switzerland spoil students. As two of the premier ski destinations in Europe, lifelong memories are assured wherever you choose to visit.

Invest some time yourself researching what Zell am See-Kaprun, St. Anton, Grindelwald and Gstaad and you’ll find a wealth of possibilities that are sure to excite you and your students.

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