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Summer Ski Destinations

    Zermatt, Switzerland
    Zermatt offers the highest summer skiing area in Europe on the Theodul Glacier, with 21 km of pistes available for summer skiing. The best time for skiing is around May to early November. In order to access the glacier a 40 minute Gondola ride is available to the Klein Matterhorn where you will find breathtaking views and terrain to ski on. Zermatt also offers a range of activities for mountain lovers ranging from hiking to mountain biking.

    Cervinia, Italy
    If you are looking for a great summer ski destination in Italy, Plateau Rosa Glacier located in the Aosta Valley of northwestern Italy Situated at 3,500 meters. This glacier provides excellent summer skiing conditions with approximately 25 kilometers of skiable terrain during the summer. The glacier's high altitude ensures that the snow remains intact, providing an ideal surface for skiing and snowboarding. One of Cervinia’s unique features is its connection to Zermatt, Switzerland. This cross-border skiing area allows visitors to explore extensive terrain across both Italian and Swiss slopes, offering a diverse and enriching skiing experience.

    Hintertux Glacier:

    Austria’s only year-round ski area, offering about 22 km of slopes during the summer. It is accessible and provides a variety of runs for different skill levels​. The high elevation ensures that the snow stays in excellent conditions making it suitable for different skill levels, from beginners to advanced skiers​. Hintertux Glacier is easily accessible from the Zillertal Valley. Visitors can take lifts and gondolas to reach the skiing destination. The Gletscher Bus 3 cable car is one of the main routes, taking skiers up to the glacier’s highest points.

    Les 2 Alpes Glacier:
    This resort offers summer skiing from late April to early July with around 20 km of slopes. It is a popular destination for summer skiing enthusiasts​ where the season typically runs from late April to early July. This period offers skiers the chance to enjoy the slopes while also experiencing the beautiful scenery of the French Alps​. This destination is also great for hiking activities and outdoor sports with its vast choice of activities availabl. Les 2 has a lovely atmosphere throughout the summer, with a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops.

    Passo stelvio
    Located on the border of Lombardy and Trentino, Passo Stelvio is a renowned summer skiing destination. It features around 20 km of slopes and unlike other resorts, Passo Stelvio is accessible only in the summer. The road to the glacier, is usually cleared of snow by late spring, making it a unique experience for visitors​. Passo Stelvio is a popular training spot for many professional skiers and national teams during the summer. If you are looking for ski lessons the ski school caters to all levels, offering lessons and training sessions​. Not only it is an amazing spot for skiing but the area surrounding Passo Stelvio is part of the Stelvio National Park, one of the largest national parks in Italy which can be reached through hiking and mountain biking.

    Saas Fee, Switzerland
    Saas Fee is known for its high-altitude glacier skiing, offering summer skiing on the Allalin Glacier. The resort offers 20 km of slopes that remain open from mid-July to late October, making it perfect for snow conditions. For those looking for other activities,the resort also features a freestyle park with jumps and rails for snowboarders and freestyle skiers. While also providing activities like hiking, mountain biking, and climbing.

    Whistler Blackcomb, Canada
    Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia is famous for its extensive ski terrain, and during the summer, you can enjoy glacier skiing on the Horstman Glacier. Open from June to early August, the glacier offers a variety of runs for different skill levels, including terrain parks for freestyle skiing and snowboarding. Whistler Blackcomb also provides plenty of summer activities like mountain biking, hiking, and zip-lining, making it a perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

    Tignes, France
    Tignes provides summer skiing on the Grande Motte Glacier, with 20 km of slopes available from late June to early August. The glacier is at an altitude of 3,456 meters and offers terrain that is suitable for all levels, from beginner to advanced. The resort is popular for freestyle skiers and snowboarders due to its snow park!

    Mount Hood, USA
    Mount Hood in Oregon is home to the Timberline Lodge, which offers the only year-round skiing in North America. The Palmer Snowfield is open for skiing and snowboarding throughout the summer. The resort is well known and popular to professional athletes and ski camps and provides great training facilities Beyond just skiing, Mount Hood offers hiking, climbing, and scenic chairlift rides, providing a well-rounded mountain experience.

    Dachstein Glacier, Austria
    The Dachstein Glacier is located in the Austrian Alps, offers summer skiing from May to October. The glacier features about 18 km of slopes and a terrain park that is perfect for freestyle enthusiasts. Due to it’s high altitude the snow conditions are perfect for summer. In addition to skiing, the Dachstein area is known for its stunning ice caves, hiking trails, and the famous Skywalk.


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