Details announced of Telegraph Ski and Snowboard reader ski holidays for 2017/18 season

Fancy skiing in Japan’s top resorts, grabbing an exceptional value early season trip to Val Thorens, skiing and partying in St Anton with Ski Sunday’s Graham Bell, or going to Val d’Isère for only £619?

Full details of these four trips run by The Telegraph and trusted ski operators have now gone live.

The early season trip to French resort Val Thorens, departing on December 3, offers snowsure skiing in Europe’s highest resort and a-leave-your-wallet-at-home fully inclusive price. It covers everything including liftpasses, lessons or guiding on or off piste, and all drink and food including lunches on the mountain.

Japan is on the bucket list for many and we’ve put together the ultimate package to make your trip there as memorable as possible. We’ll be visiting five of the country’s best ski areas, located on the northern island of Hokkaido, including a live volcano and a resort that receives over 20m of snow per year. We’ll be escorted for the duration of the trip by a Japan expert and ex ski racer who knows the resorts like the back of his hand. The 11-day trip departs January 24.

St Anton in Austria is one of the world’s leading ski destinations, and became even more appealing last season thanks to a series of lifts linking it with the neighbouring resort of Lech. There is no one better to show you around the resort’s slopes, and enjoy its legendary après, than Ski Sunday’s Graham Bell. Graham will be hosting two trips here, the first departing March 11, the second March 18.

Val d’Isère is another top-notch resort and a banker for excellent snow conditions – it’s one of the highest destinations in Europe – for our end of season trip. The price, starting at £619 for chalet board accommodation, is exceptional and one of the many reasons this holiday always sells out.

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