Ski Resort Opening Dates 2017

When do ski resorts open? Ski resorts have only just started to announce their opening dates for the 2017/18 ski season. We’ve scoured the internet and pulled together top ski resort opening dates for the Alps. Here’s what you need to know…

Ski Resort Opening Dates

French Ski Resort Opening Dates 2017

Here are the opening dates for the major French ski resorts. If the resort you’re looking for isn’t featured, it’s because the official opening date is yet to be announced.

  • Alpe d’Huez – 2nd December 2017
  • Auris en Oisans – 23rd December 2017
  • Avoriaz & Portes du Soleil – 23rd December 2017
  • Brides-les-Bains – 15th December 2017
  • Charmonix – 16th December 2017
  • Combloux – 23rd December 2017
  • Corrençon en Vercors – From 9th December 2017
  • Courchevel – 9th December 2017
  • Flaine – 9th December 2017
  • Flumet, Espace Diamant – 23rd December 2017
  • Gresse en Vercors – 23rd December 2017
  • La CLusaz – 23rd December 2017
  • La Jou du Loup – 16th December 2017
  • La Plagne – 16th December 2017
  • La Rosière 1850 – 16th December 2017
  • La Tania – 16th December 2017
  • Lans en Vercors – 23rd December 2017
  • Les 7 Laux – 23rd December 2017
  • Les Arcs – 16th December 2017
  • Les Deux Alpes – 21st October 2017 (until 1st November 2017) and then opens again 2nd December 2017
  • Les Ménuires – 9th December 2017
  • Les Saisies – 23rd September 2017
  • Megève – 16th December 2017
  • Méribel – 9th December 2017
  • Montchavin – 16th December 2017
  • Morzine – 23rd December 2017
  • Oz-en-Oisans – 23rd December 2017
  • Saint Martin de Belleville – 16th December 2017
  • Tignes – 25th November 2017
  • Val Cenis – 16th December 2017
  • Val d’Isere – 25th November 2017
  • Val Thorens – 18th November 2017
  • Villard de Lans – 9th December 2017
  • Villard Reculas – 16th December 2017

 

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Swiss Ski Resort Opening Dates 2017

These are the opening dates for the major ski resorts in Switzerland. If the resort you’re looking for isn’t featured, it’s because the official opening date is yet to be announced.

  • Adelboden – 2nd December 2017
  • Andermatt – 2nd December 2017
  • Anzere – 16th December 2017
  • Arosa – 2nd December 2017
  • Axalp – 23rd December 2017
  • Champery – 23rd December 2017
  • Château d’Oex – 23rd December 2017
  • Chur – 3rd December 2017
  • Crans Montana – 11th November 2017
  • Davos – 17th November 2017
  • Grindelwald – 11th November 2017
  • Gstaad – 23rd December 2017
  • Klosters – 17th November 2017
  • Laax – 12th November 2017
  • Lenzerheide – 2nd December 2017
  • Les Crosets – 3rd December 2017
  • Les Diablerets – 16th December 2017
  • Les Mosses – 17th December 2017
  • Leukerbad – 17th December 2017
  • Morgins – 23rd December 2017
  • Ovronnaz – 2nd December 2017
  • Saas Fee – 15th July 2017
  • Silvaplana – 25th November 2017
  • Verbier – 4th December 2017
  • Zermatt – Open all year

 

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Austrian Ski Resort Opening Dates 2017

Here you’ll find the opening dates for the top ski resorts in Austria. If you can’t find the resort you’re looking for, it’s because their official opening date hasn’t yet been announced.

  • Alpbach – 8th December 2017
  • Bad Gastein – 2nd December 2017
  • Fügen, Zillertal SuperSki – 2nd December 2017
  • Ischgl – 23rd November 2017
  • Kirchberg/Kitzbühel – 14th October 2017
  • Klosterle – 2nd December 2017
  • Lech – 1st December 2017
  • Mayrhofen – 2nd December 2017
  • Obergurgl – 16th November 2017
  • Saalbach Hinterglemm – 23rd December 2017
  • Sankt Gallenkirch – 1st December 2017
  • Sölden – 16th November 2017
  • Zell Am See – 1st December 2017
  • Zürs – 1st December 2017

 

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Italian Ski Resort Opening Dates 2017

Find the announced opening dates for Italy’s best ski resorts here. If you’re unable to find the resort you’re looking for, it’s because the official opening date hasn’t been announced yet.

  • Alpe di Pampeago – 25th November 2017
  • Alpe di Siusi – 6th December 2017
  • Alta Badia – 6th December 2017
  • Arraba – 25th November 2017
  • Bardonecchia – 3rd December 2017
  • Canazei di Fassa Dolomiti – 25th November 2017
  • Cervinia – 28th October 2017
  • Claviere – 8th December 2017
  • Cortina d’Ampezzo – 25th November 2017
  • Corvara Dolomiti SuperSki – 25th November 2017
  • La Thuile – 25th November 2017
  • Obereggen – 25th November 2017
  • Sauze d’Oulx – 6th December 2017
  • Selva di Val Gardena – 6th December 2017
  • Sestriere – 3rd December 2017
  • Val di Fassa – 6th December 2017

 

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