(Mont-Saxonnex, France): This picture-perfect campsite surrounded by breathtaking mountain peaks, glistening lakes and lush forests is made for adventure lovers looking for an alternative to traditional alpine ski lodges. With prime skiing and snowboarding a few minutes away, those hitting the slopes will get a great night’s sleep in these tents and wigwams complete with snuggly feather bedding and wood burning stoves. Safari tents start at $135/night.
(Northern Lapland, Finland): Positioned in a dreamy winter wonderland, this futuristic campsite will have guests constantly pinching themselves. Visitors flock here for the surreal geodesic domes, though the area is also chock-full of winter fun, including activities like cross-country skiing, reindeer spotting, après-ski and providing a front-row seat to the Northern Lights. Domes start at $301 per night.
(Upper Normany, France): It doesn’t get much more rustic than glamping in Normandy’s ethereal forests, where visitors can watch the snow fall from their remote, eco-friendly treetop cabins after arriving by foot or bike (no cars allowed!). The grounds include hot stone massages so guests can get their #selfcare on while wild boards, deer and pheasants roam nearby. Two-person treehouses start at $135 per night.
(Seefield, Germany): For those wanting views of the Alps with easy access to the city should look no further than this campground just 30 minutes from Munich. Situated in Germany’s Five Lakes Region, these camping pods allow guests to connect with nature in a quirky, convenient setting. Pods start at $51/night.