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The Alps breathe an audible sigh of relief as the New Year crowds depart; leaving wide open slopes and a veritable alpine playground for all of us fortunate enough to ski in January. This is perhaps why ‘most in the know’ will choose to go skiing in the early New Year when the snow is fresh and the lift queues almost non-existent.
A January weekend is always well-priced if you can get organised early. They use off-peak flying, so you get the same great package - and the same great chalet - but for a much cheaper price than later in the season. Try our Midweek breaks from only £434.
With fewer people on the mountain you’ll enjoy better snow conditions and almost no lift queues. Without the crowds, the atmosphere is fun and stress free which is ideal for beginners and experts wanting to do as much skiing as possible.
The early season snow falls make for some of the season’s most consistent conditions and ‘dry snow’ off-piste. Cloudless skies and low temperatures also ensure the snow stays in top condition.
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