The higher above sea level you are in the Alps, the colder the temperatures and the more snow there is. It’s as simple as that. Book your April ski trip at resorts that sit at 2000m or above sea level. At this altitude, you should be good to go.
Thought skiing was an activity just for the winter? Think again! During this off-peak ski season where weathers are milder and fewer guests are around, skiing in April is easier on the wallet and better for your leisure time. Where temperatures are warmer and days are longer, you’re guaranteed more time on the slopes. To maximise a spring skiing holiday, it’s key to choose the snow resort with the most ideal conditions. If skiing in April sounds like the perfect holiday escape, here are the Club Med locations with the best conditions.
Prime conditions for skiing in April
Northerly latitude...what’s that you say? Put simply, it's the side of the mountain that faces the least amount of sun. And with less chances of sunlight melting away the snow, means more white powder to ski on.
Snow, snow and more snow! This is a clear must-have when it comes to skiing. For the best chances of snow for April skiing, visit the resorts with the highest altitudes and north-facing slopes.