Ski breaks from Aberdeen Airport

Fly from Aberdeen Airport to a wide variety of awesome ski break destinations. Ski, snowboard, hike and see wildlife in some of the world's best extreme sports resorts. Book a chalet and kick back after a day on the slopes.

Chamonix (via Geneva)
Chamonix is one of Europe's best-known ski resorts, and for good reason. Located at the base of the monstrous Mont Blanc (the highest summit in the Alps), you'll find a challenge suitable for all levels here. Packed with panoramic views, chalets, restaurants and bars, Chamonix is an ideal place for any winter escape. 

Les Gets (via Geneva)
Located in the French Alps, Les Gets is a charming village located between Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc and packed full of things to do including lessons, events, nightlife and entertainment.

Myrkdalen (via Bergen)
Western Norway's largest ski resort is within easy access from Aberdeen via Bergen. Dubbed as a "family-friendly" resort, Myrkdalen is suitable for all abilities and hosts plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy!

Jasper National Park (via Edmonton)
This laid-back mountain rown is located within the Canadian Rockies, and offers 11,000 square kilometers of protected wilderness to explore - packed full of outdoor adventure and abundant wildlife.

Val d'Isere and Tignes (via Geneva)
These two resorts are linked by 300 kilometres of snow sure ski runs in the Savoie region of the French Alps. Between them you can find lively après ski bars, abundant activities for every age group and a range of accommodation (chalets, hotels, apartments) for different budgets. 

3 Valleys (via Geneva)
Home to the popular resorts of Meribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens and smaller bases like St Martin de Belleville and Brides Les Bains, the 3 Valleys is the biggest ski area in the world. Everyone is catered for here, from beginners to experts and children to après-ski hungry adults.

Paradiski (via Geneva)
The purpose-built villages of La Plagne, Les Arcs and Peisey Vallandry share 425kilometers of pistes in the Paradiski ski area. Families and keen skiers favour these resorts for their ski in/out set up and there is a bucket load of activities like bob sleighing, ice climbing and visiting the igloo village.  

Whistler (via Vancouver)
Widely considered the best ski resort in the world, the friendly resort of Whistler is a former Olympic host with a large, varied ski area across two mountains and plenty of things to see, do, eat and drink, whatever your age.

Banff National Park (via Calgary)
The oldest National Park in Canada is home to the three ski areas of Sunshine, Mt Norquay and Lake Louise and the historic town of Banff with its range of restaurants, bars and shops.

Grand Massif (via Geneva)
This may be one of France’s lesser known ski areas, but it’s still huge: connecting the resorts of Flaine, Samoens and Les Carroz with 142, mainly north-facing pistes. Whether you’re looking for family friendliness, off-piste or a cheap resort, this is a great option for a winter sports holiday. 

Tremblant (via Montreal)
This ski resort in eastern Canada is one of the quickest to fly to from Aberdeen via Montreal. It has a colourful pedestrian village with a variety of restaurants and besides skiing and snowboarding, you can try snow biking, dogsledding, ice fishing and snowmobiling.  

La Rosiere (via Geneva)
Besides a sunny and varied ski area covering France and Italy, La Rosiere has an ice rink with weekly hockey matches, a cinema and a bowling alley. The pizzas are great too!