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Event and incentive ski destinations to suit any incentive, event, meeting or conference

What you are looking for in an incentive ski destination? Super white powder, challenging skiing experiences, awe inspiring and breathtaking scenery, full on party destinations or something that offers excitement and variety? Whatever you are looking for, Freshly Squeezed Events have a incentive ski destination that will deliver one or all of these. With every detail planned and executed with seamless perfection, around your requirement. Below are just a sample of the destinations we have delivered events, incentives, team building, parties, adventures and conferences. Talk to us today to discover your dream incentive ski destination.

Travel Incentive Destination - Amazing Ski Events


Nestled at the base of Mont Blanc (the highest mountain in Western Europe at 4810m), Chamonix is one of the oldest alpine towns in the French Alps where the first Winter Olympics were held in 1924. It has become the outdoor capital of the Alps with activities running throughout the year. It’s dramatic and beautiful scenery guarantees to leave lasting memories of your event.Situated in the Northern French Alps

1 hour transfer from Geneva
Hosted the first Winter Olympics in 1924
On the border of Italy and Switzerland
Host of the Kandahar World Cup downhill
Highest cable car in Europe (3842m)
Mont Blanc – highest mountain in Western Europe (4810m)
Biggest free fall of ice in Europe – Les Bossons glacier
Location of the worlds longest off-piste route, the Vallee Blanche is 25km with a 3000m vertical descent


Travel Incentive Destination - Courchevel


Courchevel has become famous for its vast and varied ski area for all levels combined with exclusive, luxury accommodation and fine cuisine both on and off the mountain.

The 2 hour transfer from Geneva or a 40 min helicopter transfer makes it a good venue for a short stay.

Situated in the Northern French Alps
2 hour transfer from Geneva or 40 min helicopter transfer
Capital of the famous Les Trois Vallées
One of the most extensive ski areas in the world
Great for all levels and particularly big variety of slopes for beginners
Dedicated snow park for boarders
North facing, high altitude home slopes with 474 snow cannons
The ultimate in luxury and fine dining


Travel Incentive Destination - St Moritz

St Moritz

St Moritz is one of the most fashionable, exclusive winter resorts in Switzerland. Located at 1800m in the Engadine Valley, its frozen lake is as much a focal point as some of the celebrities you may see.

There are lots of unique events run on the lake such as the famous White Turf or horse-racing on ice and the annual polo tournament. Another real positive of St Moritz is the variety of skiable terrain catering for all levels, not forgetting the infamous Cresta run. The area also attracts many walkers and cross-country skiers who can also take advantage of the beautiful scenery.

Off the slopes, the après ski ranges from tea and strudel at Hanselmann’s, to the lively Schweizerhof Stubli or the exclusive King’s Club. St Moritz also boasts a vast selection of designer shops.


Travel Incentive Destination - St Antonin

St Antonin

St Anton is situated in the heart of the Arlberg ski area, named after the famous Mr Arlberg Kandahar. The skiing is spread over 3 areas – Galzig-Valluga, Gampen and Rendl and is inter-linked with St Christoph and Stuben and the resorts of Lech and Zurs.

The slopes are ideal for all abilities of skiers and boarders with a large amount of chilled intermediate runs, and for the advanced, lots of off-piste opportunities and some really challenging steeps. The pedestrianised village centre is pretty and generally buzzing with atmosphere. There is a good selection of shops, boutiques and cafés.

Apres-ski in St Anton is arguably the best in the Alps – kick off in the Krazy Kanguruh on the edge of the slopes and then carry on at the Mooserwirt into the night. Then the fun really begins as you negotiate the short 5 minute ski in the dark back to the village. There is something for everyone though with lovely little hideaways, cosmopolitan venues bars and plenty of live music. Click here to find out more…..

2 ½ hours transfer from Zurich
Extensive ski area with slopes suitable for all abilities
Buzzing après ski
Challenging advanced skiing/boarding and off-piste
One of the top all-round resorts in the Alps


Travel Incentive Destination - Courmeyeur


Courmayeur is nestled under the 14 peaks of the Mont Blanc massif. It is arguably the most sophisticated resort in the Aosta Valley, with a charming cobbled pedestrianised town centre offering a wealth of chic shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and pizzerias with a friendly yet stylish Italian feel.

It is situated on the Italian side of Mont Blanc, Western Europe’s highest mountain, at the top of the Aosta Valley. The resort offers great skiing for all abilities, particularly intermediate and developing skiers. There are many off-piste opportunities including the world famous Vallee Blanche, the 24km run from Italy into Chamonix, France.

In true Italian spirit the mountain restaurants offer outstanding cuisine and hospitality with lunches sometimes running into 2 hours and finished off with an Italian grappa or the local limoncello.

1 ½ hours transfer from Turin
Skiing for all abilities
Italian hospitality is second to none
Very picturesque village
Exceptional mountain restaurants
Many chic bars, restaurants and designer boutiques
Departure point for the world, famous 24km Vallee Blanche off-piste run


Travel Incentive Destination - St Christoph

St Christoph

Although it is part of St Anton’s magnificent ski circuit, the small but perfectly formed bijou hamlet of St Christoph is a major attraction in its own right.

St Christoph is the tiniest of resorts – a handful of colourful old buildings cocooned in deep snow – St Christoph has a fairy-tale quality not repeated anywhere in Austria. A real get-away but within the vast, famous Arlberg ski area and home to one of the Arlberg’s most famous eating haunts the Hospitz Alm boasting a very fine and extensive wine cellar.

It is a 10 min bus or taxi ride from St Anton and all the hotels are ski-in, ski-out with lifts accessing the vast St Anton Arlberg ski area. St Christoph is also a short (15 min) bus ride through the dramatic Arlberg pass to Zurs and Lech. The resort height is 1800m resulting in a great and reliable snow record.

Due to it’s location it is suitable for all ski levels as you have access to the whole Arlberg ski area. There is a ski school that meets right in the heart of this tiny resort.


Travel Incentive Destination - Lech & Zurs

Lech & Zurs

Lech and Zurs are just 5 minutes apart and just 1 ½ hours transfer from Innsbruck. Both are well-known for being one of the most exclusive resorts in Austria.

They have retained a real alpine charm with pretty village centres, a selection of lovely hotels, chic boutiques and live music in many of the hotel bars. Oberlech, which is located above Lech is only accessible in the winter by cable car. It is a stunning transport-free hide-away with skiing literally on your doorstep.

The charm of these famous villages, coupled with their very good snow record makes them both very popular destinations. There is a real variety of skiing from the great cruisy, motorway pistes at Lech which are great for beginners and intermediates or for the more confident intermediates there is the famous “White Ring”, a 20km loop which circumnavigates Lech, Zurs and Zug. For intermediate and advanced skiers there is some great heliskiing on offer.


Travel Incentive Destination - Ski Incentives


Kitzbuhel is known as the “St Tropez of the slopes” and is celebrated as one of the best resorts in the Alps.

Just one hour from Salzburg or Innsbruck airport means you get maximum time in resort and on the slopes. The world renowned resort of Kitzbühel is located in the Tyrol region of the Austrian Alps, and is celebrated as one of the ‘Best of the Alps’ resorts…no mean feat! Many say that Kitzbühel is the St. Tropez of the skiing. Jet set parties are all around but Kitzbuhel has managed to maintain its authentic character.

There are 168 kilometres of immaculately groomed pistes plus snowboard parks to please freestyle fans, and an efficient lift system to make it all easily accessible. The Kitzbühel ski area is formed by the ski resorts Kitzbühel, Kirchberg, Aurach and Reith. You can ski for days in a row without using the same lift twice, so there is something for everyone. For the real experts, there is the world famous Hahnenkamm run and a number of challenging off-piste areas.

1 hour transfer from Innsbruck or Salzburg
Extensive ski area with slopes suitable for all abilities
Buzzing après ski
Challenging advanced skiing/boarding and off-piste
One of the top all-round resorts in the Alps


Travel Incentive Destination - Zermatt


The very pretty mountain village/resort of Zermatt is one of the great ski and climbing centres of the world.

Nestled in a deep valley enclosed between steeply scarped mountains, it is dominated by the huge and gracefully curved pyramid of the Matterhorn. The skiing is great for all levels and it is one of the few places you can ski two countries in one day.

Zermatt is linked to the Italian resort of Cervinia which provides some wonderful intermediate skiing and of course delicious mountain restaurants where 2 hours of eating and drinking can disappear without you noticing. The village is picturesque with cobbled streets and with no cars allowed at all in the resort to protect the environment, you really notice the silence. Only the use of electric transport is allowed. There is an extensive selection of high-quality restaurants, bars and clubs – something for everyone.

For those choosing not to ski there is lots to do such as the beautiful scenic mountain train that takes you and the skiers all the way up to Gornergrat at 3189m (highest hotel in Switzerland).

2 ½ hours transfer from Geneva and 3 ½ hours from Zurich
29 mountains soaring over 4000m (13,100ft)
Nine of the ten highest mountains in Europe
Highest (ski) lift in Europe – Klein Matterhorn (Gobba di Rollin) 3899m (12,830ft)
Largest summer skiing area in the Alps (all year 9 ski lifts / 25 km runs)
One of the longest winter skiing season in Europe (late November to early May)
Longest consistently open ski run in Europe (Klein Matterhorn to Zermatt 13 Km – open late November to mid April)


Travel Incentive Destination - Verbier


Just 1 ¾ hours from Geneva international airport, Verbier is one of the world’s leading ski resorts and one of the most popular resorts in Europe.

It combines stunning scenery, extensive skiing for all levels, sunny beginners slopes, challenging off-piste and itinerary runs for advanced skiers and boarders. It has a cosmopolitan feel to the village and fantastic après ski (renowned for being the best place to spend New Year). The resort is linked with Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon, creating the extensive 4 Vallées ski area with 400km of piste.

The village is packed with good restaurants, bars and clubs. For non-skiers there is a lot to do such as; paragliding, tobogganing, curling or of course some great shopping in the many exclusive shops.

1 ¾ hours transfer from Geneva airport
400 km of piste – good for all levels of skiers and boarders
Challenging runs and off-piste for high intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders
Sunny and gentle slopes for beginners
Great après ski


Travel Incentive Destination - Val D'ISERE

Val D'Isere

Val d’Isère has a long history dating back to 1934. It has become one of the most prestigious ski resorts in the World as it sits in the centre of the vast Espace Killy ski area with over 300km of groomed pistes.

There is skiing and snowboarding for all levels and the village itself offers a great variety of beautiful restaurants, bars and clubs. The accommodation ranges from good to absolute luxury.

One of the world’s most prestigious ski resorts
Part of the vast Espace Killy
Links with Tignes to offer over 300km of groomed pistes
Challenging off-piste also on offer
Dedicated board park
Wide variety of good restaurants, bars and clubs
Transfer time between 2 ½ and 3 ½ hours from Lyon, Geneva or Chambery


Travel Incentive Destination - Megeve


Megève exudes old-fashioned charm with narrow streets, small squares, trendy boutiques, quality antique shops, crowded bistros, dozens of small hotels, even an old-style bakery wafting the smell of fresh bread through the square.

The small village is huddled around the old church, a medieval tower and the town hall. The upper crust of Europe and especially France make Megève their winter home when cold weather forces them to abandon the Riviera. You can spend your nights in packed jazz clubs, lively bars or wandering along romantic streets. Like Zermatt, Megève has a look that Walt Disney might have imagined had he created a ski resort, from its Old World town buildings to its narrow streets, its art deco deluxe hotels to its perfect French country inns, and from its gourmet restaurants to its pulsing late-night casinos and discos. Megève has got something for everyone.

For skiers, Megève’s own ski area is fairly chilled out, but the town has leveraged its ambiance with the slopes of neighbouring towns, creating an area with exceptional variety of terrain. It links the slopes of neighbouring Saint-Gervais-les-Bains, St. Nicolas de Véroce and Combloux, creating an overall skiing domain of almost 200 miles of trails with something for every level of skier.