Our winter 2020/21 ski holidays are now available to book. It's never too early to start planning your 2021 ski holiday, especially for peak dates or with large groups.
Use the search bar above to browse our huge selection of available ski chalets, apartments and hotels across Europe and North America for next winter. Our range is growing daily with plenty of live availability bookable online.
For some helpful advice or if you just want a hand searching give us a call, request a call back or enquire online using the blue buttons (bottom or top right of your screen).
If you've booked with Powder White before you'll get 5% or 10% off your booking for 2020/21 depending on how many times you've booked before. This can mean big savings for big groups and includes peak dates.
Deposits are just 30% of you're accommodation costs, any other ski essentials such as transfers, lift passes, ski hire and lessons can be added to your booking and paid for at a later date.
The UK school holiday dates are always the first to book up especially as the half term week falls at the same time as French holidays this year. Christmas, New Year and Half Term are the weeks that it's never too early to book.
2020/21 ski holidays are now available to book online or over the phone. All of our chalets have live pricing as well as hundreds of hotels and apartments across Europe and North America.
Use the search bar above to find your next ski holiday or click on the links for popular dates below:
We have a great range of self-catered ski apartments available to rent across Europe. Choose from ski in, ski out locations, apartments with all the facilities of 5* hotels as well as big family spaces and communal areas for groups of friends.
Use the search bar above if you know where you want to go, or use the links below to see the best availability for key dates next season.
We have some great options for apartments and hotels in Switzerland from the mountain side village of Wengen accessed only by train, to Grindelwald in the shadow of the towering Eiger. Andermatt is underrated with a massive reputation for off-piste skiing. Zermatt holds its own against the worlds best and Verbier is hard to beat for apres ski.
Switzerland can be more affordable than you might think if you chose the right resort for you.
Skiing in Canada has a very different feel to skiing in Europe. On average they get far more snow than Europe. For example Whistler gets an average of 10.6 metres of snow a year which is almost double Val Thorens 6.4 metre average (Europe's highest resort).
Plus the slopes in Canada tend to cover seemingly the whole mountain, you'll have huge, sweepingly wide slopes and plenty of glade runs to enjoy (open runs covered in trees to ski between). Plus, for the peak dates below, you can often ski in Canada for a similar price you'd pay for Europe - maybe even for less.
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