Top 3 Student Ski Resorts

Click Lancashire named Tignes, Chamonix and Les Deux Alpes amongst the top ski resorts for students. Luckily we provide very affordable airport transfers to all three resorts as well as to all other ski resorts in France, Switzerland and Italy. Tignes is best reached via Lyon or Chambery, Chamonix is closest to Geneva airport and Les Deux Alpes is most convenient for Grenoble airport.

Skiing can often be an expensive holiday; no wonder with current exchange rate, Switzerland is not on the of the list. The three French resorts all have one thing in common. They combine extensive skiing and snowboarding during the day with an unforgettable night of partying, skiing is a great option for spring and autumn breaks.

Below some key extracts from the report, and we would agree with most of it:

Tignes

Tignes is located in southeastern France near Val d’Isere and was the venue for freestyle skiing at the 1992 Winter Olympics. Tignes is headed by the Grand Motte glacier and is still the most snow sure of all French resorts and ideal for ski and snowboard party people.

Les Deux Alpes

Les Deux Alpes is the second oldest ski resort in France behind Chamonix. The famous Avalanche Nightclub and the atmospheric Smithy’s Bar are a must visit for those seeking great entertainment.

Les Deux Alpes is one for the best French ski resorts for students to visit. It has excellent ski and accommodation facilities as well as a vibrant nightlife. It is located at 3,600 m and has the largest skiable glacier in Europe, from the top of which, you can ski down all the way to the village below.

Chamonix

Chamonix own is bursting with a student-friendly atmosphere and has an impressive number of bars and restaurants that cater perfectly to gaggles of partygoers and student nights out (although probably not the cheapest one you had)

Chamonix is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. It is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and was the home to the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Mountaineering as we know was invented here in 1760 by Horace. Chamonix has since been the mecca for alpine adventure. Ever since the number of accommodation and hotels in Chamonix has grown, offering something for at all levels.

With the ski season just around the corner, you’d want to start planning for fun parties and entertainment! Check the opening dates for resorts including those above for 2017 – 2018!