News from RocketSki

We are bringing you all the latest news from our resorts...

The snow is already falling!

Powder days are here again

Ski the fresh snow in December and January!

Lots of snow, lots of fun, so what are you waiting for?
Get out on the piste and enjoy that powder!

Explore available ski deals here or call us now on 01273 810 777

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The snow has already started to fall across the Alps, and we are getting some great images of the conditions through from our resort staff...

Recent Resort Photos

The season has kicked off to a great start, take a look at some of the fantastic pictures we’ve been sent from RocketSkiers over Christmas and New Year’s Eve!

Get out there and enjoy the snow...

If you’re thinking of heading out to the slopes now is the time to book while we still have availability!

Explore available ski deals or find our more about our ski resorts...

Brexit will NOT affect your booking

Following the result of the EU referendum, we understand that many travellers are concerned about whether this will affect the planning and price of their tour. For RocketSki customers the short answer is NO.

Now is a good time to book

If you’re looking to book a ski trip with RocketSki we can confirm the price of your trip will not be impacted by any changes in exchange rate.

If you get in early not only will you secure your trip at a fantastic rate but our lift pass offers are currently cheaper than last year’s prices.

Our current prices are from £299pp, including flights, 7 night’s accommodation, Club Board of daily buffet breakfast and 6/7 evening meals plus resort transfers.

ABTA official statement on the EU Referendum

The Prime Minister has stated that there will be no initial change in the way people travel. Travellers are as free to move between the UK and the EU as they were yesterday, European Health Insurance cards remain valid and regulations such as Air Passenger Rights remain in place. Once the UK formally notifies the EU of its intention to leave, the remaining Member States will have up to two years to offer the UK a deal for a future trading relationship and during this period holidaymakers will not see any immediate changes.