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Ski resort opening dates winter 2017/18

Ski resort opening dates winter 2017/18

After a great start to the season with regular snowfalls over the last few weeks major ski resorts are already open and many areas in Europe have opening dates in the next 4 weeks. Some are calling this the best start to the season in years! Resorts such as Val Thorens, Tignes, Zermatt, Solden and Cervinia are already open for skiing. Find opening dates for many popular ski resorts in France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Andorra.

The start of the season is here. Discover the next ski resorts to open and where you can be skiing right now.

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Val Thorens opening day

Val Thorens opening day

Open ski resorts

Tignes glacier, France
Val Thorens, France
Tignes, France

Hintertux glacier, Austria
Kitzbuhel, Austria
Obergurgl, Austria
Solden, Austria
Ischgl, Austria
Kaprun, Austria
Schladming, Austria
Zell am See, Austria

Saas Fee, Switzerland
Verbier, Switzerland
Zermatt, Switzerland
Adelboden, Switzerland
Davos, Switzerland
Engelberg, Switzerland
Laax, Switzerland
Gstaad, Switzerland
Klosters, Switzerland
St Moritz, Switzerland
Villars, Switzerland

Sierra Nevada, Spain

Cervinia, Italy
Livigno, Italy
Courmayeur, Italy
Cortina, Italy
Val Senales, Italy

Banff, Canada
Lake Louise, Canada
Marmot Basin, Canada
Sun Peaks, Canada
Tremblant, Canada
Whistler, Canada

Levi, Finland
Ruka, Finland
Yllas, Finland

Hakuba, Japan
Niseko, Japan
Rusutsu, Japan

Open dates for ski resorts

Kuhtai, Austria – 1st December
St Anton, Austria – 1st December
Avoriaz, France – 2nd December
Alpe d’Huez, France – 2nd December
Arosa, Switzerland – 2nd December
Les Deux Alpes, France – 2nd December
Mayrhofen, Austria – 2nd December
Montgenevre, France – 2nd December
Nendaz, Switzerland – 2nd December
Klosters, Switzerland – 2nd December
Seefeld, Austria – 2nd December
Soldeu, Andorra – 2nd December
Pas de la Casa, Andorra – 2nd December
Champoluc, Italy – 7th December
Ellmau, Austria – 8th December
Sauze d’Oulx, Italy – 8th December
Soll, Austria – 8th December
Westendorf, Austria – 8th December
Meribel, France – 9th December
Flaine, France – 9th December
Brides les Bains, France – 9th December
Courchevel, France – 9th December
Morzine, France – 15th December
La Plagne, France - 16th December
La Rosiere, France - 16th December
Les Arcs, France – 16th December
Risoul, France – 16th December
Saint Gervais Mont-Blanc - 16th December
Saint Martin de Belleville, France – 16th December
Sainte Foy, France - 16th December
Samoens, France – 16th December
Serre Chevalier, France – 16th December
Vars, France – 16th December
Vaujany (Alpe d’Huez), France - 16th December
Chatel, France – 23rd December
La Clusaz, France - 23rd December
Les Gets, France - 23rd December
Valmorel, France - 23rd December

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