Our collection of luxury ski chalets is spread across four famous Alpine resorts, whilst our handpicked ski hotels are available not only in the Alps and the Spanish Pyrenees, but in some of the finest North American resorts too.
We offer ski holidays in some of the finest resorts in the world. Featuring our collection of luxury chalets and handpicked hotels, Val d’Isère, Courchevel 1850 , Courchevel 1550 and St Anton are the resorts where we have Scott Dunn teams. These are the resorts where our Scott Dunn teams are on the ground providing additional support for our guests in resort including childcare for both chalet and hotel guests. In addition, we operate a driver service for guests staying in our chalets in these resorts.
We also offer handpicked ski hotels in Meribel, Lech & Zurs, St Christoph, Megève, Chamonix, the Dolomites and the Spanish Pyrenees. In North America, we feature properties in Aspen, Beaver Creek, Vail, Utah, Tahoe, Jackson Hole and Whistler and have designed itineraries for a multi-resort ski adventure or a combination of skiing with a beach or city break.
One of the most popular resorts in the Alps, Val d’Isère is a lively little town to please all kinds of skier, with lots to do, plenty of fine dining on offer, a fantastic ski area including the slopes in Tignes.
A favourite with the rich and famous, Courchevel 1850 is the ultimate chic resort at the heart of the vast and varied Three Valleys, offering fabulous skiing for all levels, as well as superb shopping and dining.
A favourite with our staff and directors, St Anton has it all: a lively, charming village, fabulous skiing with one of the best snow records in the Alps, and unrivalled après-ski, all served up with renowned Austrian hospitality.
Set in a south-facing bowl, enjoying all day sunshine, Verbier is famous for its immensely varied, snowsure ski terrain and spectacular scenery.
There's nothing quite like the Matterhorn, Zermatt's iconic peak, overlooking a wonderfully buzzing, authentic village, and surrounded by rip-roaring high-altitude skiing with links across the Italian border, too.
Since it was founded in 1914 by Baroness de Rothschild, when it became a mecca for French aristocracy, Megève has retained its exclusivity, and with its close proximity to Geneva and fabulous skiing, it remains a popular choice for both French and international skiers.
Known as the Pearl of the Dolomites, Madonna di Campiglio, is one of Italy's premier ski resorts. Lesser known to British skiers, the village is exclusive yet unpretentious and sits at an altitude of 1550 metres.
The quieter resort of Courchevel Moriond (1650) offers some of the best skiing in the whole of the Trois Vallées. It is fast establishing itself as a resort in its own right, with a much more mountain village feel.
Proud host to four huge mountains, Aspen is one of the world’s best ski resorts, offering a glorious snowy playground for all levels, and a lively town that welcomes everyone from seasonaires to millionaires.
Billed as one of Europe’s best-kept secrets, Baqueira in the Pyrenees is Spain’s finest resort; great for intermediates, modern and family-friendly, and your best chance to enjoy tapas in a snowy mountain setting.
If you want to embrace your wild side, Jackson Hole is a particularly great choice for experts, with ferocious steep terrain, deep powder and a great snow record, all brought to you with a charming cowboy twist.
One of Austria’s most fashionable resorts, Lech offers traditional charm, excellent snowfall and fabulous hotels, with links to Zürs and St Anton, great skiing for all levels, and a family-friendly atmosphere.
The central resort of the magnificent Three Valleys ski area, Méribel is comprised of a lively main village and surrounding satellites. Here you’ll find limitless skiing to suit all levels, and an après-ski scene to match.
Val Thorens is the highest resort in Europe, with direct access to the entire Three Valleys. The resort is a mecca for international skiers, with guaranteed snow from November to May, a variety of terrain and ski in/ski out accommodation.
With access to the expansive Sella Ronda network of varied pistes and amidst spectacular Dolomite scenery, San Cassiano is a small gem of a resort that’s ideal for intermediate skiers, families and food lovers.
Small and exclusive, St Christoph is ideal for those who want to escape from the liveliness and mass-appeal of St Anton, but enjoy the same ski area, superb snow and luxury accommodation on the foot of the slopes.
Promising glitz, glamour and glorious skiing, St Moritz is a playground to the stars, with an expansive ski area that’s best for intermediate skiers, spectacular views, lively après-ski, and plenty to do off the slopes.
Vail, the largest ski area in the US is, in our opinion, a “must” visit for any skier. Beaver Creek, only 15 minutes away, is a superb family destination.
One of the world’s most famous ski resorts, Whistler is the proud host of North America’s biggest mountain, with runs to suit all standards of skier; and an attractive, modern resort bursting with shops, bars and restaurants.
Hugely fashionable amongst the rich and famous, Zürs is the exclusive little sister of Lech and features superb off-piste terrain, luxury hotels, fine spas, sophisticated nightlife and the chance to go heliskiing.