Top 4 European resorts for a motorhome ski trip

Motorhomes offer fantastic freedom and flexibility for travellers. They’re especially useful for adventure holidays when you have lots of bulky equipment to transport from A to B – although you should be careful of overloading the vehicle. You can also keep the whole family together for peace of mind and extra bonding time.

However, with this autonomy comes greater responsibility. You’ll need to look into appropriate motorhome insurance cover for your trip and get a thorough maintenance check before you set off. It goes without saying that careful and well-planned driving is a must, too, as are essential winter vehicle accessories such as snow chains.

Once you’ve ensured that your motorhome is ready for a safe and seamless journey, you can sit back, relax, and get ready for your getaway. Any of these four European resorts would be ideal destinations for a ski trip in your motorhome, and you can use this guide to find your favourite. 

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

One of the leading destinations in Europe for skiing and snowboarding, Cortina d’Amprezzo in Italy is an unparalleled choice for those with experience in winter sports. Its exceptional runs will be used by the very best athletes during the annual Snowboard World Cup and 2026 Winter Olympics. 

In addition, the scenery is spectacular which makes it a glorious getaway even if you’re not skiing. The resort is nestled in the heart of the Dolomites, an area so beautiful that it’s UNESCO-recognised and was chosen as the backdrop for the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only.

Val Thorens, France

Consistently ranking as one of the best ski resorts in France – and therefore the entire continent – Val Thorens provides a winter sports experience for all. It has slopes to suit skiers and snowboarders of all abilities, and diverse facilities ranging from child-friendly activities to Michelin-starred restaurants. 

Its high elevation gives it an advantage over other resorts in terms of good weather conditions, and it often opens earlier and closes later than other ski resorts in Europe. 

Zermatt, Switzerland

Zermatt has an enviable position in the Alps, cradled on all sides by the mountain range’s highest peaks. Over 223 miles of ski runs criss-cross the surrounding slopes, split between four individual resorts that each offer majestic views of the Matterhorn.

The Swiss après-ski areas are an indulgent place to relax between runs and sample the local delicacies and ski resort favourites.

Innsbruck, Austria

As the capital of the Tirol, it’s unsurprising that Innsbruck offers plenty of opportunities for winter sports. In fact, there are 13 resorts within striking distance, each with their own personality and offering uniquely picturesque skiing and snowboarding runs to suit a variety of skill levels.

Innsburck itself is a pretty city with plenty of charm and an energetic nightlife.

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