What’s so special about skiing at Easter? If you’re looking to find fantastic snow and glorious sunshine then an Easter ski holiday is just the ticket. Skiing conditions at this time of year are consistently excellent, often bolstered by fresh snowfalls which can occur well into April. As well as fantastic snow conditions, you can also enjoy the beautiful spring sunshine, warmer afternoons and longer brighter evenings. Follow the link below to see all our Easter 2022 ski deals. You can also read our blog giving all the top tips for booking the best Easter Ski Holiday.
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|Resort||Accommodation||Sleeps (up to)||Price from (pp)|
|Les Deux Alpes||Chalet Les Rouses||16 - 18 (shared)||£949|
|Meribel||Chalet Germaine||7 (private)||£1,169|
|Courchevel||Chalet Estrella||21 (shared)||£1,074|
Here are the dates for Easter 2021 and Easter 2022. For the 2022 season you'll have three weeks of Easter departure dates from the 2nd to the 23rd of April.
2nd April 2022 -
23rd April 2022
Week 1 - departs on Saturday 2nd and returns on the 9th.
Week 2 - departs on the 9th and returns on the 16th April.
Week 3 - departs on 16th April and returns on the 23rd April.
Here are various offers that you may like. Saving you more on your ski holiday.
50% off for children aged between 2 and 11 years (Shared chalets only)
When children share a room with their parent(s) in many of our shared chalets across Europe you can get 50% on their price. This offer is valid all season including school holidays, except for sales and late availability offers as these are already heavily discounted. Places are based on a first come first served basis so early booking is highly recommended.
For our chalets that have this option then visit skiworld.co.uk/ski-deals/extra-bed-discounts.
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If you're looking to book an Easter 2023 ski holiday, sign up to our exclusive 2022/23 Ski Alert Mailing List and we'll let you know the second they're on sale, along with any special early booking offers or lift pass deals that you can take advantage of by booking early.
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Here are just a few of our best recommendations in Europe for you to consider:
Easter skiing holidays are always a firm favourite with families. To find out more about our family-specific offers, including free places for children, please see our family skiing page.
The Paradiski area consists of Les Arcs and La Plagne has always been a firm favourite with families and with their north-facing slopes and high resorts they make the perfect destination for an Easter ski holiday. The Easter Bunny also makes a special stop in Arc 1950 to hide Easter eggs around the village for children and adults alike to find.
But it doesn't just have to be about the kids! The whole family can make the most of the celebrations and enjoy a ski break during the annual celebration. To make the most of the fabulous spring conditions, head to Val Thorens or Tignes where the extra altitude makes for two of the longest seasons in Europe. This allows you to ski to your heart’s content.
It’s important to keep the mystery of Easter alive while you’re away from home, so we’ve got something extra special planned which is sure to be a hit with all the family.
Children aged 2-11 can enjoy their very own Easter egg hunt on all chalet holidays during selected dates! When the little ones are off at ski school, the Easter bunny is going to take time off from the slopes to visit your chalet and leave chocolatey treats for the little ones (and maybe some of the big ones) to find. Available during selected dates in April.
An Easter ski holiday is also one of the best times of year to hit the slopes in North America. Early spring brings some of the biggest snowfalls to ski resorts in Canada and the USA so you can experience amazing dry, fluffy powder on the slopes and eat lunch in the blissful sunshine with stunning views - what else could you ask for?!
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