Not everyone ventures into snow sports. However, it is undeniable that activities like this are fun and yield good stories. If you have always had the dream of skiing, for example, you have certainly researched some of the best places for it.
To help those with this desire, we selected the five most amazing skiing destinations and make good memories in the snow. Ready?
One of the most special corners of Canada is, without a doubt, Whistler. The place functions as a cultural center and is located in the middle of the mountains of British Columbia. Of Vancouver until then, it’s only two hours by car. So, take the opportunity if you visit the city.
For those who do not know anything about Whistler, I think it is important to note that the site hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. In other words, winter sports are really taken seriously in the region 😉
Another place with a lot of snow and wonderful spaces for skiing is the Switzerland. Among all the city options, Zermatt is the most sought after. The reason for all this recognition is that there is Matterhorn, one of the most notorious mountains on Earth.
THE Matterhorn Glacier Paradise it is one of the few places in the world with snow on 365 days a year, so it is worth it for those who want to travel on a more random date. Since you are going to be around the region, also take the train ride through Gornergrat Bahn Railway.
A destination not so sought after by Brazilians, but equally incredible, is the Mount Elbrus. Their ski base is great and has all the necessary equipment to carry out the sport. To get to the top, you need to take a very quick cable car ride. The view is beautiful, so even those who are a little afraid of heights can enjoy it.
The region’s snow is a little darker than usual, but the mountains and the place are still beautiful. Oh, and the instructors are super patient and are there to really teach you, you know?
In France, one of the most different tour options is in Chamonix-Mont Blanc. The place is super recommended for those who want to ski, from those who know nothing to professionals. Like Whistler, the region was also home to the Winter Olympics! Enjoy the trip well and take the opportunity to visit the shops, restaurants and pâtisseries.
Last but not least, St Anton! The Austrian Alps are beautiful and are also well known for ski resorts. Who prefers to practice snowboard can also have a lot of fun.
More than 40% of the tracks are suitable for beginners. In this way, those who do not have any kind of practice can also have a good space to train. Depending on your luck, you can find Brazilian instructors 🙂