The Best Après-Ski Spots in the Alps in 2024

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A comprehensive analysis of visitor reviews, beer prices, and the number of bars reveals which ski resorts in the Alps are the crème de la crème of après-ski experiences. With a visitor rating of 4.6 out of five stars and 24 bars, the legendary Austrian party hub in Ischgl continues to reign supreme as the Après-Ski star of the Alps. Moreover, Germany’s Garmisch-Classic with an outstanding visitor rating of 4.7 stars and an affordable beer price of £3.60 offers vibrant après-ski experiences. Engelberg Titlis in Switzerland also boasts a promising après-ski rating of 4.7, surpassing other top locations such as Arosa (4.3) and Zermatt (3.8).

Berlin, 25. January 2024 – As winter sports enthusiasts eagerly anticipate their upcoming holidays in the Alps, many are looking forward to lively après-ski parties – a key component of many holidaymakers’ experience. In response, SnowTrex, the largest German ski travel provider, has released a detailed ranking of the current best places for après-ski in the Alps.

The perfect après-ski party is an essential part of a successful ski vacation for many ski and snowboard enthusiasts, drawing guests out in full ski attire in the evening to bars or clubs that provide lively atmospheres with good music and refreshing drinks. Our ranking showcases the top 15 internationally renowned alpine après-ski destinations, based on Google visitor reviews. Also, the price for half a litre of beer and the number of local après-ski bars offer additional insights into the quality of the local après-ski offerings.

Table 1: The Top 15 Best Ski Resorts for Après-Ski, with information on visitor rating, beer price, and the number of local bars.

For detailed information on these ski resorts, check out the listing

However, the après-ski scene is not just confined to the top 15; several smaller alpine ski resorts hold their own charm when it comes to evening entertainment for ski fans. These resorts in Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy are also among the top choices.

For instance, with a visitor rating of 4.7 out of five stars, Garmisch-Classic at the Zugspitze stands out as the Après-Ski King in Germany. The Austrian Silvretta Montafon, with a wide selection of 22 après-ski bars, offers the perfect conclusion for every taste after a fun day in the snow. The Swiss ski resort Engelberg Titlis, with £7.35 for half a litre, offers a reasonable beer price compared to other Swiss ski resorts.

Among the Italian resorts, Sulden offers a good mix of rustic hospitality and party spirit. And finally, the French Les 3 Vallées delights with Europe’s highest open-air club.

The methodology behind this ranking involved handpicking the 15 most well-known après-ski hotspots in the Alps, along with ski resorts whose après-ski offerings have received very good ratings. For more information on this analysis, a comprehensive summary of the results, as well as a detailed explanation of the methodology and sources used, visit Snotrex