When there’s 24 hours of daylight you have plenty of time to practise those turns

Get your skiing fix 365 days a year thanks to our calendar that shows you where to find snow 24/7

 

JANUARY

Niseko, Japan

It’s busy and it’s cold, but boy does this Japanese ski resort have a lot of snow. If you’ve seen those shots of people skiing through chest-deep powder, they have probably taken them here. And they have onsens… Sold.

 

FEBRUARY

Aspen, USA

What could make this celebrity ski town even better? When it’s covered with a sprinkling of snow. The powder is deep, but the holiday crowd is long gone, which means that you increase your chances of sharing a gondola with Elle Macpherson and pals.

 

MARCH

Whistler, Canada

You get the snow, and you get the sunshine. In the past five ski seasons, it’s said that this picturesque ski town in British Columbia has enjoyed more than two metres of fresh snowfall every year.  With a lift that connects Whistler and Blackcomb mountain you can enjoy some 8,000 acres of pistes and unique winter adventures.

 

APRIL

Zermatt, Switzerland

This slick cosmopolitan resort is the perfect place to find some snow late in the season. Catch a ride up to one of the top stations to take the obligatory selfie with the Matterhorn backdrop. And you can also party the night away at Unplugged, Zermatt’s own music festival that runs from 4 to 8 April 2017. Now who doesn’t love a winter festival?

 

MAY

Ruka, Finnish Lapland

Who needs a glacier? The Finnish ski resort of Ruka manages to keep its pistes open until mid-June. This may be achieved with the help of a few snow machines, but when there’s 24 hours of daylight you have plenty of time to practise those turns.

 

JUNE

Thredbo, Australia

This winter playground is open from June until October. It’s home to five of the longest runs in Australia. If those bowls and moguls don’t receive enough snow by the time you get there, don’t panic. They are said to have the largest snowmaking system in the Southern Hemisphere.

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JULY

Valle Nevado, Chile

If you thought you might have to pack your skis away, don’t panic. You can still enjoy oodles of dry powder in Chile from July to mid September, however, July is said to be the optimum time. Valle Nevado is Chile’s version of the Three Valleys so you have Colorado and La Parva to enjoy as well. And if that doesn’t wow you maybe the condors flying above the resort will.

 

AUGUST

Queenstown, New Zealand

The resorts will have already been open for a couple of months, but this is when they will really be at their best. A Queenstown 3 Peak ski pass gives you access to three breathtaking resorts – Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Mt Hutt.

 

SEPTEMBER

Las Lenas, Argentina

They say that on a fine day you can ski forever. It has 39,000 acres of ski fields ready for you to lay on. It attracts a good share of professional skiers, but beginners and intermediates can also have some fun in the sun within this huge resort.

 

OCTOBER

Hintertux, Austria

This all-year round ski resort is one of the few places in the world where you can stretch your ski legs in October. This Tyrolean glacier offers huge pistes of fresh powder – yes, even in October. For this reason, you can expect to see ski teams from all over the world hitting the slopes – instant inspiration.

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NOVEMBER

Cervinia, Italy

Thanks to its high altitude, this Italian ski town can expect a blanket of snow throughout its season that runs from November to May.  But if it wasn’t snowing, who cares? For this Italian resort is as pretty as a picture.

 

DECEMBER

Jackson Hole, USA

With a reputation for being a steep and deep resort, you can pretty much guarantee a thick layer of snow of this 25,000 acre resort. And you might also be lucky enough to spy moose, elk and a bald eagle too.

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