How to discover more than 100 secret European ski resorts, thanks to a new £350 lift pass


When the British started discovering the joys of skiing in the early 1900s, intrepid pioneers strapped on wooden planks to plunge downhill for fun in now famous resorts like Wengen in Switzerland and Sölden in Austria.

These days, while often wishing we could get away from the crowds, particularly at busy times like half term, we still tend to opt for big destinations in the familiar ski countries of FranceItaly, Austria and Switzerland, prioritising things like snow reliability, big ski areas and ease of access.  

However, all over Europe, including lesser-known options like Spain, Germany, Greece or Poland, there are low-key local ski areas in hidden valleys, with quiet, pretty slopes and…

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