Ski Resort Map of the Alps

published by 2theAlps

2theAlps is dedicated to helping skiers and snowboarders travel to the Alps by train, plane, car and coach. Central to the company is its detailed mapping. This new map plots the locations of over 640 resorts throughout the Alps. The idea for the company began back in 2011 with the launch of the SkiRail Map of the Alps (published through Roger Lascelles (Maps) Ltd) which set out to help people to travel to, and in, the Alps by train. It became apparent that there was no multi-purpose map of the Alps on the market, so a range of new features were added to the original map. Roads are clearly useful for planning car-based journeys but also indicate the presence of bus routes as most Alpine passes (and many routes to resorts) are served by buses. Our latest map therefore includes all the airports in the region, railways, major roads and tunnels, as well as highlighting winter pass closures. Ski Resort map cover

Detailed map showing the position of over 640 ski resorts across the Alps, and how to reach them.

The perfect planning tool for winter sports adventures

The first comprehensive ski-resort focused map of the Alps. Covering the seven Alpine countries, the Ski Resort Map of the Alps shows (and indexes) the positions of 640 resorts making it an invaluable tool for independent skiers and other winter sports enthusiasts, both at the holiday planning stage and whilst away.

All the well-known international resorts are included such as Kitzbuhel, St Anton, Val D'Isère and St Moritz, and there are also hundreds of lesser known places offering the opportunity for independent adventure and exploration in the world's biggest ski-resort mountain range.

The map enables people to plan their travel to, and through, the mountains and includes over 30 airports highlighting those with railway stations for an easy onward transfer. It also shows ferry crossings of the major Alpine lakes including a number of resorts where a cable car or funicular railway takes you directly from the lakeside ferry stop to the ski area for an unforgettable travelling experience.

As well as a pre-holiday planning tool, the map is ideal for a ski-safari type holiday involving travel between resorts whether by rail, road or water.

The product of painstaking research, the map also shows how readily many places can be reached by greener methods of transport, with 148 resorts accessible by train (shown with a symbol on the map) while many others can be reached by bus. The map is complemented by a wealth of information on different transport options at

Key features of the map include:
  • Attractive, clear layout at a scale of 1:1,336,500 (approximately one inch to 21 miles)
  • 640 indexed resorts in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Slovenia and Switzerland
  • Mountain railways, local and high speed lines to help plan transfers from airports (or international travel) by train
  • Eurostar Ski Train route from St Pancras to the French Alps
  • Complete network of major roads across the region and minor roads serving resorts
  • Roads closed for winter
  • Resorts directly accessible by train
  • Large linked ski areas, such as the 3 Valleys and the Portes du Soleil highlighted and indexed
  • Main ferry services across the Alpine lakes that take you to, or close to, resorts
  • The position of over 30 airports in, or near, the Alps highlighting those with their own railway station for an easy onward connection
  • Resorts with thermal spas included and indexed
  • Extensive information on 100 selected resorts (extent of downhill and cross-country skiing, altitude and vertical drop, number of lifts, availability of glacier skiing, and accessibility by train)

Craenen code: DIV.97
ISBN: 9781858797250

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