List of ski areas and resorts in Europe

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This is a list of ski areas and resorts in Europe and Eurasia.

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Albania

Andorra

Armenia

Austria

Carinthia

Lower Austria

Salzburg

Styria

Tyrol

Upper Austria

Vienna

Vorarlberg

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Mountains/ski resortMax.
alt.
Min.
alt.
Slopes
(ttl km.)
Beskydy
Bílá776 m530 m4 km
Bůřov740 m620 m1 km
Dolní Lomná705 m520 m1 km
Javorový vrch968 m424 m1 km
Kasárna1030 m890 m1 km
Pustevny1098 m620 m8 km
Soláň860 m750 m4 km
Českomor. vrch.
Velké Meziříčí - Fajtův kopec550 m470 m1 km
Jeseníky
Červenohor. sedlo1165 m862 m5 km
Klepáčov850 m740 m1 km
Ovčárna - Praděd1445 m1200 m5 km
Petříkov952 m740 m3 km
Ramzová1351 m782 m8 km
Jizerské hory
Bedřichův805 m695 m6 km
Ještěd - Liberec944 m500 m9 km
Josefův Důl860 m600 m2 km
Severák804 m700 m4 km
Špičák u Tanvaldu831 m540 m6 km
Krkonoše
Benecko950 m610 m4 km
Černý Důl1001 m600 m9 km
Herlíkovice - Žalý1000 m540 m11 km
Kamenec - Jablonec n. J.672 m450 m3 km
Medvědín1235 m990 m12 km
Mladé Buky580 m470 m5 km
Špindlerův Mlýn1310 m715 m25 km
Vítkovice865 m733 m5 km
Žacléř - Prkenný Důl850 m600 m6 km
Černá hora - Janské Lázně1245 m640 m12 km
Malá Úpa1210 m780 m2 km
Pec pod Sněžkou1215 m830 m10 km
Harrachov1022 m650 m9 km
Paseky nad Jizerou860 m626 m10 km
Rejdice - Kořenov850 m700 m1 km
Rokytnice n. Jiz.1312 m630 m16 km
Krušné hory
Bouřňák869 m589 m6 km
Boží Dar - Neklid1099 m850 m7 km
Bublava802 m690 m2 km
Klínovec1244 m860 m10 km
Nové Hamry830 m720 m2 km
Telnice796 m596 m4 km
Orlické hory
Čenkovice958 m750 m3 km
Deštné v Orlick. horách980 m610 m6 km
Říčky v Orlic. horách990 m740 m4 km
Šumava
Kašperské Hory794 m700 m1 km
Lipno - Kramolín890 m750 m6 km
Nové Hutě1140 m1000 m2 km
Špičák1202 m880 m7 km
Zadov - Churáňov1110 m890 m5 km

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

French Alps

Alpes-de-Haute-Provence (04)
Hautes-Alpes (05)
  • Abriès-Ristolas: 5 ski lifts, 13 ski slopes (27 km), 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Aiguille: 5 ski slopes
  • Ancelle: 14 ski slopes (28 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Arvieux: 5 ski lifts, 12 ski slopes (17 km), 45 km of cross-country skiing
  • Ceillac: 7 ski lifts, 12 ski slopes (22 km), 45 km of cross-country skiing
  • Chaillol: 13 ski slopes (13 km), 31 km of cross-country skiing
  • Château-Ville-Vieille: 2 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes (2 km), 10 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Chazelet: 6 ski slopes (7 km)
  • Crévoux: 11 ski slopes (16 km), 45 km of cross-country skiing
  • Dévoluy (SuperDévoluy-La Joue du Loup): 60 ski slopes (100 km), 35 km of cross-country skiing
  • Gap Céüze: 17 ski slopes (25 km)
  • La Grave: 2 ski slopes (25 km), 20 km of cross-country skiing
  • Laye: 8 ski slopes (7 km)
  • Montgenèvre: 84 ski slopes (100 km), 28 km of cross-country skiing
  • Orcières-Merlette: 53 ski slopes (100 km), 25 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Orres: 34 ski slopes (88 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Pelvoux-Vallouise: 14 ski slopes (34 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Puy Saint-Vincent: 34 ski slopes (75 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Réallon: 16 ski slopes (30 km), 25 km of cross-country skiing
  • Risoul: 118 ski slopes (180 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Léger-les-Mélèzes: 24 ski slopes (25 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Véran: 28 ski slopes (36 km)
  • Serre-Chevalier: 111 ski slopes (250 km), 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Vars: 118 ski slopes (180 km), 40 km of cross-country skiing
Alpes-Maritimes (06)
Drôme (26)
  • Col de Rousset: 10 ski lifts, 29 ski slopes (35 km), 12 km of cross-country skiing
  • Font d'Urle: 9 ski lifts, 16 ski slopes (18 km), 80 km of cross-country skiing
  • Grand Echaillon: 50 km of cross-country skiing
  • Herbouilly: 138 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Jarjatte: 5 ski lifts, 6 ski slopes (6 km), 20 km of cross-country skiing
  • Lente: 96 km of cross-country skiing
  • Valdrôme: 5 ski lifts, 10 ski slopes (10 km), 10 km of cross-country skiing
Isère (38)
Savoie (73)
  • Les Aillons: 20 ski lifts, 38 ski slopes (42 km), 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Albiez: 12 ski lifts, 22 ski slopes (40 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Arcs: 42 ski lifts, 67 ski slopes (150 km), 15 km of cross-country skiing
  • Arèches: 15 ski lifts, 29 ski slopes (50 km), 49 km of cross-country skiing
  • Aussois: 12 ski lifts, 23 ski slopes (55 km), 34 km of cross-country skiing
  • Bessans: 4 ski lifts, 4 ski slopes (5 km), 80 km of cross-country skiing
  • Bonneval sur Arc: 11 ski lifts, 19 ski slopes (25 km)
  • Bramans: 1 ski lift, 1 ski slope (1 km), 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Brides-les-Bains: 49 ski lifts, 74 ski slopes (150 km)
  • Champagny-en-Vanoise: 134 ski slopes (225 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Corbier: 28 ski lifts, 28 ski slopes (90 km)
  • Courchevel: 59 ski lifts, 124 ski slopes (150 km), 67 km of cross-country skiing
  • Crest-Voland: 16 ski lifts, 28 ski slopes (35 km), 80 km of cross-country skiing
  • Doucy-Combelouvière: 33 ski lifts, 55 ski slopes (93 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Entremonts: 3 ski lifts, 5 ski slopes, 49 km of cross-country skiing
  • Feclaz-Saint-François: 13 ski lifts, 28 ski slopes (50 km), 140 km of cross-country skiing
  • Flumet: 8 ski lifts, 20 ski slopes, 3 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Giettaz: 8 ski lifts, 14 ski slopes (22 km), 6 km of cross-country skiing
  • Granier: 4 ski lifts, 5 ski slopes, 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Héry-sur-Ugine: 2 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 62 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Karellis: 17 ski lifts, 28 ski slopes (60 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Menuires: 42 ski lifts, 73 ski slopes (150 km), 28 km of cross-country skiing
  • Méribel: 53 ski lifts, 74 ski slopes (150 km), 33 km of cross-country skiing
  • Monchavin: 54 ski lifts, 134 ski slopes (225 km), 16 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Norma: 18 ski lifts, 27 ski slopes (65 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Notre-Dame-de-Bellecombe: 19 ski lifts, 27 ski slopes, 8 km of cross-country skiing
  • Orelle: 4 ski lifts, 8 ski slopes, 20 km of cross-country skiing
  • Peisey-Vallandry: 54 ski lifts, 105 ski slopes (200 km), 44 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Plagne: 108 ski lifts, 134 ski slopes (225 km), 85 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Planolet: 16 ski lifts, 24 ski slopes (35 km), 50 km of cross-country skiing
  • Pralognan-la-Vanoise: 12 ski lifts, 22 ski slopes (35 km), 25 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Rosière: 15 ski lifts, 74 ski slopes (150 km), 5 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Colomban: 7 ski lifts, 14 ski slopes (30 km), 10 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-François-Longchamp: 16 ski lifts, 27 ski slopes (65 km), 35 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Jean-d'Arves: 4 ski lifts, 28 ski slopes (90 km)
  • Saint-Martin-de-Belleville: 40 ski lifts, 73 ski slopes (160 km), 56 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Sorlin-d'Arves: 20 ski lifts, 30 ski slopes (120 km)
  • Sainte-Foy Tarentaise: 5 ski lifts, 15 ski slopes (30 km)
  • Les Saisies: 34 ski lifts, 40 ski slopes (35 km), 80 km of cross-country skiing
  • Sollières-Sardières: 6 ski lifts, 14 ski slopes (35 km), 35 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Tania: 64 ski lifts, 124 ski slopes (150 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Termignon: 6 ski lifts, 14 ski slopes (35 km), 35 km of cross-country skiing
  • Tignes: 42 ski lifts, 67 ski slopes (150 km)
  • La Toussuire: 22 ski lifts, 33 ski slopes (45 km), 27 km of cross-country skiing
  • Val Cenis: 17 ski lifts, 43 ski slopes (80 km), 8 km of cross-country skiing
  • Val d'Isère: 41 ski lifts, 154 ski slopes (150 km), 20 km of cross-country skiing
  • Val Thorens: 27 ski lifts, 68 ski slopes (150 km)
  • Valfréjus: 13 ski lifts, 23 ski slopes (65 km), 2 km of cross-country skiing
  • Valloire: 34 ski lifts, 85 ski slopes (150 km), 30 km of cross-country skiing
  • Valmorel: 49 ski lifts, 55 ski slopes (150 km), 20 km of cross-country skiing
  • Villaroger: 3 ski lifts, 5 ski slopes (10 km), 5 km of cross-country skiing
Haute-Savoie (74)
  • Argentière: 9 ski lifts, 11 ski slopes
  • Avoriaz: 21 ski lifts, 49 ski slopes (150 km), 47 km of cross-country skiing
  • Bellevaux: 6 ski lifts, 11 ski slopes, 47 km of cross-country skiing
  • Bernex: 15 ski lifts, 16 ski slopes, 8 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Brasses: 14 ski lifts, 14 ski slopes, 50 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Carroz: 15 ski lifts, 30 ski slopes, 45 km of cross-country skiing
  • Chamonix-La Flegère: 7 ski lifts, 16 ski slopes
  • Chamonix-Le Brévents: 11 ski lifts, 14 ski slopes (25 km)
  • La Chapelle-d'Abondance: 19 ski lifts, 16 ski slopes (50 km), 35 km of cross-country skiing
  • Châtel: 41 ski lifts, 47 ski slopes (83 km), 57 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Clusaz: 55 ski lifts, 84 ski slopes, 50 km of cross-country skiing
  • Combloux: 12 ski lifts, 13 ski slopes, 13 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Contamines-Montjoie: 24 ski lifts, 48 ski slopes (83 km), 26 km of cross-country skiing
  • Cordon: 6 ski lifts, 12 ski slopes, 10 km of cross-country skiing
  • Flaine: 22 ski lifts, 50 ski slopes (170 km)
  • Les Gets: 26 ski lifts, 44 ski slopes, 33 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Grand Bornand: 31 ski lifts, 43 ski slopes (90 km), 75 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Grande Terche: 8 ski lifts, 9 ski slopes, 12 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Haberes: 9 ski lifts, 18 ski slopes, 23 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Houches: 19 ski lifts, 27 ski slopes (55 km), 3 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Jaillet: 75 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Lindarets: 21 ski lifts, 49 ski slopes (150 km), 47 km of cross-country skiing
  • Manigod: 17 ski lifts, 26 ski slopes (25 km), 17 km of cross-country skiing
  • Mégève: 30 ski lifts, 160 ski slopes, 75 km of cross-country skiing
  • Mont-Saxonnex: 8 ski lifts, 12 ski slopes (15 km), 5 km of cross-country skiing
  • Montmin: 2 ski lifts, 5 ski slopes, 12 km of cross-country skiing
  • Morillon: 8 ski lifts, 16 ski slopes
  • Morzine: 22 ski lifts, 34 ski slopes (45 km), 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Orange: 3 ski lifts, 5 ski slopes, 14 km of cross-country skiing
  • Passy: 6 ski lifts, 6 ski slopes (12 km), 12 km of cross-country skiing
  • Plaines-Joux: 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Praz de Lys: 23 ski lifts, 41 ski slopes (40 km), 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Praz sur Arly: 6 ski lifts, 26 ski slopes (35 km), 10 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Reposoir: 5 ski lifts, 7 ski slopes, 12 km of cross-country skiing
  • Romme-sur-Cluses: 4 ski lifts, 4 ski slopes (4 km)
  • Saint-Gervais: 16 ski lifts, 28 ski slopes, 28 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Jean-d'Aulps
  • Saint-Jean-de-Sixt: 2 ski lifts, 13 ski slopes, 21 km of cross-country skiing
  • Saint-Nicolas-de-Véroce: 10 ski lifts, 6 ski slopes, 28 km of cross-country skiing
  • Samoëns: 16 ski lifts, 29 ski slopes, 90 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Semnoz: 12 ski lifts, 18 ski slopes (15 km), 46 km of cross-country skiing
  • Seythenex: 4 ski lifts, 8 ski slopes (34 km), 29 km of cross-country skiing
  • Sixt-Fer à Cheval: 2 ski lifts, 12 ski slopes (34 km), 90 km of cross-country skiing
  • Sommand: 26 ski lifts, 51 ski slopes (60 km), 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Thollon-les-Memises: 13 ski lifts, 17 ski slopes (52 km), 6 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Tour Charamillon: 10 ski lifts, 21 ski slopes
  • Vallorcine: 3 ski lifts, 4 ski slopes, 16 km of cross-country skiing
Vaucluse (84)
Clustered resorts

Corsica

Jura Mountains

  • Bellefontaine: 3 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 70 km of cross-country skiing
  • Bois d'Amont: 52 km of cross-country skiing
  • Cerniébaud: 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Chapelle-des-Bois: 110 km of cross-country skiing
  • Charquemont: 3 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 40 km of cross-country skiing
  • Châteleu: 2 ski lifts, 2 ski slopes, 47 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Chaux-de-Gilley: 51 km of cross-country skiing
  • Chaux-Neuve: 2 ski lifts, 2 ski slopes, 68 km of cross-country skiing, 1 ski jumping
  • Foncine-le-Haut: 1 ski lift, 1 ski slope, 60 km of cross-country skiing, 1 ski jumping
  • Les Fourgs: 5 ski lifts, 9 ski slopes, 100 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Fuvelle: 95 km of cross-country skiing
  • Gilley: 2 ski lifts, 2 ski slopes, 35 km of cross-country skiing
  • Grande-Rivière: 2 ski lifts, 2 ski slopes, 24 km of cross-country skiing
  • Lajoux: 1 ski lift, 2 ski slopes, 28 km of cross-country skiing
  • Lamoura: 10 ski lifts, 11 ski slopes, 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Larmont: 3 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 33 km of cross-country skiing
  • Le Laveron: 51 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Loge des Gardes: 4 ski slopes (2 km), 15 km of cross-country skiing
  • Longchaumois: 2 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 25 km of cross-country skiing
  • Longcochon: 55 km of cross-country skiing
  • Maîche: 50 km of cross-country skiing
  • Métabief Mont d'Or: 22 ski lifts, 27 ski slopes(40 km), 120 km of cross-country skiing
  • Mignovillard: 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Montbenoît: 50 km of cross-country skiing
  • Monts Jura (Lélex-Mijoux) : 30 ski lifts, 34 ski slopes(50 km), 140 km of cross-country skiing
  • Mont Meusy: 4 ski lifts, 4 ski slopes, 20 km of cross-country skiing
  • Morbier: 2 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 35 km of cross-country skiing, 1 biathlon stadium
  • Les Moussières: 2 ski lifts, 2 ski slopes, 18 km of cross-country skiing
  • Mouthe: 3 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 65 km of cross-country skiing
  • La Pesse: 1 ski lifts, 1 ski slopes, 60 km of cross-country skiing
  • Prémanon: 12 ski lifts, 13 ski slopes, 56 km of cross-country skiing
  • Prénovel: 1 ski lift, 2 ski slopes, 68 km of cross-country skiing
  • Les Rousses: 18 ski lifts, 19 ski slopes, 44 km of cross-country skiing
  • Septmoncel: 3 ski lifts, 3 ski slopes, 7 km of cross-country skiing

Massif Central

Morvan (Burgundy)

Pyrenees

Vosges

Georgia

Germany

Allgäu

Bavarian Forest

State of Bavaria

Black Forest

State of Baden-Württemberg

Harz mountains

State of Lower Saxony

Mangfallgebirge

State of Bavaria

  • Sudelfeld

Rothaargebirge

State of North Rhine-Westphalia

Sauerland

State of North Rhine-Westphalia

Swabian Jura

State of Baden-Württemberg

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Italy

Piedmont

Aosta Valley

Lombardy

Trentino

South Tyrol

Veneto

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Emilia-Romagna

Tuscany

Marche

Lazio

Abruzzo

Molise

Campania

Basilicata

Calabria

Sicily

Sardinia

Republic of Kosovo

Latvia

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Montenegro

North Macedonia

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Banat

Bucovina

Crişana

Maramureş

Moldavia

Muntenia

Oltenia

Transilvania

Russia

Caucasus Mountains

Leningrad Oblast

Moscow Oblast

Murmansk Oblast

Tver Oblast

Ural Mountains

Bashkortostan -

Chelyabinsk Oblast -

Sverdlovsk Oblast -

Siberian Mountains

Sakhalin Mountains

Kamchatka Mountains

Serbia

Slovakia

Tatra Mountains

Low Tatras

Other mountain ranges

Slovenia

Spain

Pyrenees

From East to West:

Cantabrian Mountains

From East to West:

Sistema Central

Sistema Ibérico

Baetic System

Sweden

Switzerland

Central Switzerland

Eastern Switzerland

Bern

Fribourg

Graubünden

Canton of Jura

Neuchâtel

Ticino

Valais

Vaud

Ukraine

United Kingdom

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