The 5 cheapest ski resorts in Europe

Although skiing is seen as a rich sport, there are also cheap ski resorts in Europe. The cheapest ski resorts in Europe;

If you haven’t booked yet and want to spend as little as possible on your skiing holiday, you should take a look at five of the cheapest ski areas in Europe. / Cheapest ski resorts in Europe

Anyone who has ever gone on a ski holiday knows that it is not exactly the cheapest way to travel. Because in addition to travel, accommodation and meals, there are also the costs for the daily ski pass. Recently it has become even more expensive. But there are ski areas that are comparatively cheap despite the energy crisis and inflation. This is shown by a current evaluation of the search engine for holiday accommodation Hometogo. A total of 60 ski areas in Europe, each with more than 40 kilometers of slopes, were compared for the study. The evaluation includes the prices for a day ski pass and the accommodation costs per person per day in the 2023 high ski season between the beginning of December and the end of March.

Surprisingly, in the top 5 cheapest ski resorts in Europe, three are in France. Germany is also represented once, as well as a ski area in Bulgaria. However, it should be noted that the accommodation prices per person that Hometogo indicates refer to a 6-person holiday accommodation (not a hotel). So you have to travel with a larger group to get these cheap prices.

The 5 cheapest ski resorts in Europe / 1st place: Espace Villard Corrençon, France

The Espace Villard Corrençon ski area includes the towns of Villard-de-Lans and Corrençon-en-Vercors, which are six kilometers apart. At an average altitude of 1100 meters above sea level, there are a total of around 125 kilometers of pistes. According to Hometogo, the price for a day ski pass for an adult during the 2022/23 ski season is 38 euros, an overnight stay per person and day is only 21.17 euros.

2nd place: Garmisch-Classic, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

Second place in the ranking of the cheapest ski areas in Europe goes to Bavaria, namely Garmisch-Partenkirchen. In the Garmisch Classic ski area, around 40 kilometers of slopes for beginners and advanced skiers are spread around three mountain peaks. The ski pass costs EUR 31 per day and EUR 29.67 per person for an overnight stay. If you also want to use the Zugspitze ski area, you can buy a combination ticket for 55 euros.

3rd place: Galibier-Thabor, France

The Galibier-Thabor ski area is located in the Savoy region of France. The area has more than 150 kilometers of pistes, spread over the two interconnected ski areas, Valloire and Valmeinier. The price for a day ski pass is 23.10 euros, an overnight stay per person at 38.42 euros.

4th place: Les Angles, France

The Les Angles ski area is located in the extreme southwest of France, near the borders of Spain and Andorra. At an altitude of between 1600 and 2300 meters there are 55 kilometers of pistes. According to Hometogo, a day ski pass costs 43 euros and an overnight stay per person 24.83 euros.

5th place: Borovets, Bulgaria

Borovets is a popular winter resort in western Bulgaria. The 58 km of pistes and cross-country ski runs are spread over three different ski areas. Visitors pay EUR 38.50 for a day ski pass and EUR 29.83 for an overnight stay.

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