The 10 Best Undiscovered Ski Resorts in Europe

Where it's more about skiing than the scene

Mar 8, 2013
Outside Magazine

Narvik, Norway.    Photo: vichie81/Shutterstock

Sure, Europe’s big-name ski areas—places like Val d’Isère, France, Verbier, Switzerland, and St. Anton, Austria—deliver first-rate skiing, après ski, and amenities. However, they also serve up long lift lines, mobs of drunken Brits, and powder that gets skied out in an hour. If you’re looking for affordable resorts where it’s more about the skiing than the scene, untracked snow that lasts for days, and alpine hamlets that haven’t changed much in centuries, look no further.

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