Mountains are beautiful in the winter but many non-skiers avoid them because they don’t do winter sports. If you are one of them let us introduce to you the world’s best winter destinations where you can experience winter at its best without ski slopes.

Switzerland’s rugged Lepontine Alps, 70 miles south of Zürich, is home to a new ski resort that’s adding a much-needed dose of style to the former military town of Andermatt it’s the Chedi. Start your day in the spa and wellness center with quiet moments of relaxation in a 35-metre indoor pool with views over the breathtaking mountain scenery of Andermatt. Then explore the scenery of the destination on a hiking tour. Over 500 kilometers of hiking trails can be explored from Andermatt. Walk along the high Alpine ridges and through remote scenery or climb across rock faces and on icy summits past solitary mountain lakes.

If you need more information you can visit the official website of the Chedi here.

Surrounded by two national parks Amangani is the pearl of Jackson Hole and one of the best in North America. All Aman resorts are known for its dedication to wellness and nature as well as being the perfect combination of the Asian and local atmosphere. Besides sublime spa sections of the resort such as heated outdoor infinity pool and jacuzzi overlooking the white mountains, Amangani offers nature treks and guided tours, as well as more uncommon options: dog sledding, white water rafting, fly fishing, photography tours and more. Do not miss the unique wildlife viewing opportunities and tours of nearby Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.

If you need more information, you can visit the official website of the Amangani here.

Chalets around Europe carry private ambiance, one of them is Le Chalet Zannier, a delightful mountain retreat offering a truly luxurious experience in Megeve, France. You can enjoy the wooden interior and carefully selected details that inspire home-like feelings. The lounge bar of Le Chalet Zannier is perfect to relax in front of the fire or sit out on the terrace. In the evening, the restaurant La Ferme de mon Père, run by young chef Julien Burlat, offers a great culinary escape for the family, friends or couples. If you want to experience more activities there are husky trailing, snowshoe walking, Chamonix escapes, paragliding, ice-skating and also heli-visiting to Italy or Switzerland.

If you need more information you can visit the official website of the Le Chalet Zannier here.

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