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Taking a short ski break for three or four nights is becoming an increasingly popular way to get out on the mountains without taking a full week off work. Whether you don't have much holiday left or want to slip out to the snow for the third time this season, the reason doesn't matter, we have the expertise to take the hassle out of organising a few days on the slopes.
Flexiski provides a personal tailor-made service; listening to your requirements to find the snowy getaway that will suit you best. It's not a problem if you're a solo traveller, couple, group of friends or a crowd of 30 we know the best resorts and hotels to maximise your time on the mountain.
We've unearthed the best flight routes for ski weekends and short ski breaks from regional UK airports. There are a few surprises and helpful pointers for choosing your next ski break.
We're now taking bookings for all our short ski break catered chalets and plenty of hotels and apartments for 2019/2020.
Early booking discounts are out in full force and flights are available 11 months in advance - there's not a better time to book.
EasyJet releases their flights for winter on the 11th April 2019 making grabbing a ski weekend has never been easier.
Looking for a short ski break to Europe without breaking the bank? Try skiing from a Sunday to grab the quieter end of the week.
Bargain prices, slopes to yourself, any resort you fancy, same après scene. limiting time off work - what's not to like?
Hotels and flights are often cheaper at the start of the week as well, so you may even save yourself a pretty penny on a short ski break bargain.
Make the most of your time on the mountain for a short duration. We've put together some guides to the nearest ski resorts to the most important airports. Spend less time travelling on your ski weekend.
From mountain top festivals, dog sled tours and relaxing spa days to finding the freshest snowfalls, it's all part of luxury ski weekends in Europe.
Your idea of luxury may be vastly different from someone else's, so we've put together the best places to go for each particular style of luxury ski break.
Whether it's a long weekend skiing, sumptuous spas or bargain booze on the mountains we've got the short ski break for you.
If you're looking to rack up the miles from dawn till dusk then look no further. We've put together the largest ski areas in the world. There's no need to ever ski the same slope twice in these epic ski resorts.
More skiing than you could ever accomplish in a ski weekend, for mile munchers these are the best ski resorts in Europe.
Or, if it's height you're after, we've put together a list of the highest ski resorts in Europe as well.
Looking for a short break chalet holiday?
Wherever you see the flexiski operated stamp of approval it means the chalet in question is operated by our very own staff. You'll get the excellent service you receive before your holiday, throughout your stay in resort. We currently operate five chalets in Europe where we offer short ski breaks and ski weekends, giving you the flexibility to get on the mountain when it's best for you. Find out more about our chalets below:
- Chalet Amalien Haus, St Anton (Austria)
- Little Haus, St Anton (Austria)
- Chalet des Cascades, Les Arcs 2000 (France)
- The Loft at 272, Chamonix (France)
- Chalet Ophelia, Meribel (France)
We've hand-selected a few of our favourite destinations, easy access, wonderful skiing and a great choice of flexible accommodation giving you the best chance to find the right hotel or chalet for your short ski break in Europe.
Add to that its location in the heart of the Arlberg, state-of-the-art lift systems, incredibly vast terrain (now linked with Lech and Zurs) and a reputation for raucous après-ski, ski weekends in St Anton are hard to beat.
An hour and a half transfer from Zurich and with decent train links, Engelberg is one of the easiest resorts for short break skiing. It simply doesn't have the recognition the ski area deserves.
Guaranteed snow on its glacial slopes, there's a beginner mountain, 2,000m of vertical and a 12km run back to town. Countless off-piste routes, a town centred around a Benedictine monastery and rotating cable car taking you above the stunning glacial crevasses.
Ski weekends in Chamonix are epic. Dwarfed by rugged cliffs and the groaning glaciers of the Mont Blanc Massif, the town is a vibrant cosmopolitan affair sprawling down the pedestrianised streets and packed with restaurants, shops and bars to explore.
Skiing is split between numerous exciting areas; long tree-lined runs, glacial descents, gentle sunny slopes meandering through the sunshine and couloirs requiring nerves of steel. Plus it's all only an hour from Geneva airport.
This is a small selection of our most popular short break ski hotels in Europe. They may be the most flexible hotel we've found in a particular ski resort or it could just be that our guests have had wonderful times here. Either way, they're definitely worth checking out if you're searching for a little inspiration.
We can organise accommodation in chalets, hotels or apartments and add in any of the following extras:
Whether you fancy a quiet weekend away, dancing on the tables whilst the sun goes down, packing in as many miles on the pistes as possible or simply getting your first ever taste of skiing, we can certainly help. We'll do the legwork so you can focus on the skiing. We specialise in creating ski weekends to remember.
The dates and duration of your holiday are completely flexible. A quick three-night getaway or a more leisurely five-day ski break, just let us know your ideal duration. We're not fixed to a Thursday to Monday weekend either, you choose your departure day as well as when you want to come back, our specialists will be on hand to offer advice if you're unsure.
Having a few days on the mountains is the perfect way to experience some of the best events cropping up in the ski world each year. Whether you fancy live music at 2,320 metres at Ischgl's Top of the Mountain Concerts, scaring yourself silly when the Krampus Devil’s roam the streets of St Anton for Krampalar Lauf or perhaps it's a real belly tickler at Mayrhofen's Altitude Comedy Fest you're after; a short ski break could be just the ticket.
To fall in love with skiing again. It's all that we love about skiing without having to be away for a full week.
Fly after work on a Wednesday, you can be in a ski resort in time to grab a bite for dinner and get straight on the slopes in the morning for 4 full days skiing before a late flight home Sunday evening and back to work as usual on Monday.
You could be in Chamonix, beer in hand, in less time than it takes to watch Peter Jackson’s The Fellowship of the Ring. Wednesdays don’t have to be hump days.
Ski weekends in Europe can be a great way to try skiing for the first time. If you hate the sport your not stuck with it for a full week, enjoy a couple of days in the beautiful snowy mountains sampling the spas and bars before heading home - you gave it your best shot.
And if you love it, you'll have had an incredible few days and won't have used up many holiday days so you can always go again later in the season. Check out our Marketing manager's 10 things she wished she had known before her first day on the mountains.
Champaign breakfast followed by a spot of skiing, that's one way to kick off the New Year in style. This year (2019/20) New Year's Eve falls on a Tuesday so a Sunday to Wednesday or Sunday to Thursday ski break in our catered chalets makes perfect sense.
Alternatively, we can find you some hotel accommodation. Resorts such as Chamonix in France or Engleberg in Switzerland work really well over this period.
Take a look at our example prices to get an insight into where you can go and what it'll set you back.
Just give us a call on 0208 939 0862 to speak to a ski specialist or enquire online and we'll get back in touch with you.
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