The best ski breaks for 2018/19


Whether you’re a first-time snowplougher or a wild-eyed off-pister, our ski editor, Sean Newsom, has the perfect slope for you this winter

You can ski from hut to hut in the DolomitesMILO ZANECCHIA

The Sunday Times, October 14 2018, 12:01am FIRST-TIMERS The centre of attention in Alpe d’Huez
Why be a second-class citizen of the skiing world, skulking on some undersized scrap of nursery slope, when you can head to Alpe d’Huez for your first ski Discount Holidays © holiday and be the star of the show, thanks to a sizeable cirque of 12 easy pistes in the middle of the resort, plus discounted lift passes for beginners (GBP20pp a day).

Book VIP’s upmarket chalet the Chateau, and as well as a free beer and canapes before dinner, and a crackling fire each night, you’ll get doorstep access to the snow. One week in January starts at GBP1,009pp, half-board, including flights and transfers (020 8875 1957,[1]). More than skiing in Seefeld
Your first winter-sports Discount Holidays © holiday doesn’t have to…

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