New Year Ski Holidays & Ski Deals New Years Eve 2019/2020

New Year's Eve in the snow, a ski holiday during New Year's – who hasn't dreamed of that?
Experience New Year's Eve fireworks in the mountains and celebrate the start of a new year in a winter wonderland - a ski holiday during New Year's Eve is quite a special experience! Book your ski holiday for New Year's Eve now - bombastic prices are already waiting for you! Despite large demands, we can usually fulfil your New Year's wishes. Although, the earlier you start looking, the more choices you'll have for skiing over New Year's for low prices. Here is a small selection of our offers for ski holidays during New Year's. Have fun browsing!

New Year Ski Holidays & Ski Deals New Years Eve 2019/2020
New Year Ski Holidays & Ski Deals New Years Eve 2019/2020

Why should you go on a ski holiday over New Year's Eve?

A ski holiday over New Year's Eve is convenient especially when it comes to the school holidays: A holiday over New Year's Eve is ideal for families that usually have to plan their holidays according to their children's days off school. Additionally, it's the perfect time for employees who don't have much holiday left at the end of the year or who don't want to take too much holiday at the beginning of the year. Like this, there is nothing in the way of celebrating your New Year's Eve party with family and friends in the mountains! The fireworks over the mountain scenery is something not easily forgotten.

Which ski areas offer the best reliability for snow?

One question that comes up for many skiers because of their experiences during their last holiday at the turn of the year is whether there is even enough snow in the ski areas when travelling over New Year's Eve. The answer: Of course there is! Countless glacier ski areas in the Austrian Alps, such as Stubai Glacier or Pitztal Glacier, offer perfect conditions for skiing over New Year's. There is also nothing that can go wrong when planning your holiday in Zillertal: With the "Zillertaler Superskipass" you can choose from a large selection of pistes and ski areas. At the very least, the ski area at Hintertux Glacier provides for ski holidays with guaranteed snow over New Year's Eve. Even in Germany on the Zugspitze's glacier or in the "Matterhorn ski paradise" near Zermatt in Switzerland - a lack of snow is also an unknown concept! However, ski areas with a glacier, like Les 3 Vallées or Sölden, are not the only types of ski areas to ensure ski holidays with a high reliability for snow: high-altitude ski areas like Chamonix in France or Ischgl in Austria usually have enough snow during New Year's Eve in order to provide for a successful ski holiday.

Which activities or events are available in the ski areas on New Year's Eve?

Many resorts in the ski areas offer various activities, events, and numerous New Year's Eve parties for the turn of the year. You could therefore spend New Year's enjoying various New Year's Eve concerts or even spectacular ski shows with plenty of fireworks. Those who really want to make some noise will find numerous parties with live music and fireworks in the city centres. If you're looking for something a little more sporty, you can head to Garmisch-Partenkirchen for the traditional, Olympic New Year's Eve ski jumping event.

What do you have to consider when booking your New Year's ski holidays?

Ski holidays over New Year's Eve are very popular amongst skiers, which is why you should book your preferred offer as early as possible. Those looking to wait and score a Last-Minunte deal will generally benefit from the pricing, however they will need to be flexible when it comes to the holiday destination and accommodation. However you want to plan is completely up to you; everyone plans their holidays differently.When planning your arrival it is important to consider the fact that the streets and motorways towards the Alps are usually relatively highly frequented during the holiday season. This is why it is worth starting your journey early. Especially important for your holidays on New Year's Eve. Apart from the usual luggage you need on a ski holiday, there's one thing you'll want to bring with you that usually isn't on the pack list: fireworks!