Switzerland

Midweek great little resort, Weekend likely very crowded
Midweek great little resort, Weekend likely very crowded

Flumserberg

Pros: Close to Zurich, midweek short lift queues, train drops you right at base gondola, some runs for everyone

Cons: can be super crowded on weekends as easy access from Zurich

A small resrt full of beans!
A small resrt full of beans!

Verbier

Pros: Amazing access to off piste/ Itinary runs. Suitable beginner area for families (where parents can watch). Amazing apres vibe and much more!

Cons: It's not winter all year round. :(

Ski the whole valley on one ticket
Ski the whole valley on one ticket

St Moritz

Pros: Huge ski area, great skiing, beautiful real town, history, variety

Cons: It's a town, so you could be quite a walk away from the lifts

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Zermatt

Zermatt

“ My wife and I decided to celebrate a 10-year anniversary in Zermatt this year.  We're from the Northeastern US and figured if we're going to take a ski holiday why not go big and go to Europe.  Trip was in early March and we went without kids.  Settled on Zermatt for the range of terrain and the sense that -- as posted by another here -- if you only do Europe...” --AgWagon

100% Positive Reviews
Verbier

Verbier

“Need I say more - we love it here!   http://www.skinewgen.com/caution-advised-as-now-hits-the-alps/” --NewGen1936

100% Positive Reviews
Saas Fee

Saas Fee

“ I've been coming to Saas-Fee for the past seven years every Christmas and New year for two weeks.   Though I don't actually stay in the Fee, rather the village of Unter den Bodmen halfway between Saas-Almagell and Saas-Grund, I spend the majority of my time skiing there.   You read reviews constantly complaining about how Saas-Fee is north facing and always in the shadow,...” --William Donovan

100% Positive Reviews
St Moritz

St Moritz

“I lived here for a season, and have been back twice since then.  It's nice to see the special things about this area do not seem to change from one visit to the next.   One of the great things about this place is it's history of being a magnet for the wealthy and aristocratic (hence some absolutely beautiful hotels such as Badrutt's Palace & the Kulm) ... but don't think ...” --emjaynie

100% Positive Reviews
Wengen, Grindelwald, Murren

Wengen, Grindelwald, Murren

“I stayed in Wengen during March 2008. The snow was reasonable, though not great. The village is a pretty, traffic-free area which can only be reached by cog-railway from Lauterbrunnen. Development has been limited and well controlled - whilst this does mean that the slopes don't get over-crowded, and the village has kept its charm, it does also mean that supply and demand lead to fairly high...” --skisimon

100% Positive Reviews
Flumserberg

Flumserberg

“Flumserberg is a nice day trip ski resort about an hour train ride from Zurich (or drive). I skied here as a midweek season pass holder for a couple of seasons.   Midweek it has small lift lines, and a run that is about 1.5 miles long and an easy run for relative beginners which can be hard to find in Switzerland. It also has some red and black runs for the better skier.   It is...” --willyofoz

100% Positive Reviews
Davos Klosters

Davos Klosters

“I was there with a big group, so the price reflected a huge discount. Snow was great. There only complain we had is strange lift arrangements: there was no lift to loop out Davos itself.” --alexfe

100% Positive Reviews
Belalp

Belalp

Local Swiss ski resort. Cool ski tunnel through a mountain, and an excellent view of the ALps with the Matterhorn in the distance.

Amden

Amden

The attractive snow-sport area Amden above the little town of Weesen at Lake Walen guarantees a change for the whole family. The smallest guests already learn to stand on skis when our ski and snowboard instructors, especially good with children, teach them. The ski roundabout Arvenbüel is ideal terrain for beginners and enthusiasts, while the profis will above all go for the Mattstock...