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The ski season is almost over but, fortunately, fresh snow has recently covered the European Alps. Many people choose the end of April to go skiing; how could you not be enticed by long days of skiing in the Spring sunshine and lively end of season parties?

You might be under the impression that the ski season is behind you and it seems to have gone by more quickly than previous seasons! The ski holiday specialists at SkiHorizon have advice for everyone who wants to make the most of the ski slopes – especially at the end of this season!

Where is there still snow?

The sun and particularly high temperatures this season caused some hard times for some ski resorts. But there are resorts in the northern Alps in France that still have plenty of snow and won’t close before May (including Val Thorens and Les 2 Alpes). Austria and Switzerland also have more than 2m of snow in Sölden and Engelberg, where you can still ski. Yes, winter’s not over yet! And SkiHorizon is here to let you in on some of their secrets to help you make the right choice!

How to get more from your ski holidays: by skiing at night!

In addition to being able to ski for longer, night skiing is a magical experience which will transport you to fairytale land under unbelievably starry skies. Night skiing on the lit up slopes is enchanting and promises you an unforgettable skiing experience in the peaceful night time mountains. What’s more, there’s hardly anyone on the slopes at night so there is unlimited skiing. Ski holidays at this time of year really are a fantastic experience! The biggest sports enthusiasts will be able to sleep in, after a night of lively après ski, knowing they can catch up on the slopes at night!

End of season skiing; a sure way to save money so you have some left for next season!

Another good way to make the most of the slopes is to buy a ski pass for the whole season. In recent years, ski pass prices have certainly not gone down, but sometimes if you choose a longer duration, you can save money at the end of the season and be prepared for the next.

In addition, Myriam Cervera, a spokeswoman for SkiHorizon, says it’s now possible to book good quality accommodation at lower prices and that the low-cost airlines and train companies offer many interesting deals that could make for a great late skiing holiday.

SkiHorizon also has many tips for those with a tight budget or limited time; choose a weekend package! At SkiHorizon, it’s possible to create your own made-to-measure holiday, with infinite possibilities. Make your weekend ski trip just perfect with the Ski Vacation Guide, which will give you all the advice you need!

The Ski Holiday Guide has so much more to offer in terms of advice, thanks to its unique articles covering everything there is to do in the mountains, in summer and winter; the resorts best suited to different levels, and much more.

SkiHorizon continuously publishes new articles with the latest tips and ideas for holidays, so stay tuned via their social networks:



About SkiHorizon

SkiHorizon is part of the Travel Horizon Group and has 10 years of experience in the ski holiday business.

As the European leader for winter sports holidays, SkiHorizon is able to offer a huge range of mountain holiday options in more than 300 French, Italian, Austrian, Swiss and German ski resorts.

About TravelHorizon

TravelHorizon is an international travel company and is active in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. TRAVELHORIZON GROUP, European N°1 in mountain holidays, featuring brands such as SkiHorizon, Totem, Halloween, SnowRental, Sportura and ChaletTravel. The group is present all across Europe, with main offices in the Netherlands and France.

The Group provides insightful information and the largest and most competitive choice of ski holidays in terms of geography, lodging types, availabilities and extra services.

TravelHorizon owns the following brands,,,,,,, and

About the SkiHorizon Ski Holiday Guide editorial team
The writers and editors of the Guide boast a combination of passion for winter sports, travel and marketing.

To request the use or commissioning of articles and images from the Ski Holiday Guide, please contact:

Myriam Cervera,
The TravelHorizon Group,
455 avenue Galilée
Parc de la Duranne
13857 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 3 - France,
Tel: +33(0)4 88 78 49 51

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