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Skiing in Belgium

There are several small ski resorts in Belgium where visitors can take on some exciting and beautiful routes. From speedy downhill slaloms to outstanding cross-country trials, Belgium skiing has it all. Here Are some ski trips to this brilliant European destination.

Mont des Brumes

Located between Francorchamps and La Gleize, Mont des Brumes is a nice skiing resort. The beautiful snow-coated hills provide visitors with endless hours of pure adventure. The resort is open from 10am till 6pm throughout the scenic snowy winter months.

Hautes Fagnes

For visitors looking for ideal cross-country skiing routes, Hautes Fagnes, is the place to be. The resort provides tourists with the perfect spots be discover. The stunning, hills around this area are guaranteed to captivate visitors and give them scenery they will never forget. Whether skiers are looking for long trials or short routes.

Baraque de Fraiture

One of the most popular resorts in Belgium, Baraque de Fraiture, is full of both beauty and energy. With ski lifts that reach peaks up to 625 meters high, the highest point in Belgium. Skiing here is fast and exhilarating, making it ideal for those more intermediate skiers wanting to push themselves to the next level. This resort is the perfect place to go for those who have little fear and a lot of bravery.


Near the highest peak in Belgium, Ovifat is another top destination for skiers. With a variety of mild ski runs and white-knuckle trails, the Ovifat area is perfect for those of all abilities. From families wanting a gentle journey to professionals wanting to hone their skills. In Belgium during the snowy winter months? Go skiing!

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