The winter months are the perfect time to dust off those skis and book yourself a ski holiday.

Skiing is one of the most extreme sports and if you love even more danger you’ll be wanting to find the scariest ski runs in the world.

Warning, most of these runs are strictly for experts, so if you fancy yourself as a pro check out the world’s deadliest.

People have died on these slopes so please be careful if you attempt any of our 15 deadliest ski slopes.

La Chavanette (The Swiss Wall) – Portes du Soleil, France

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This slope has it’s only warning and should only be attempted by experts.

The initial gradient is so steep you can’t see what’s below.

The 700 foot slope also has some of the deepest moguls in the world.

Schilthorn – Mürren, Switzerland

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 Schilthorn mountain isn’t only one of the steepest and most dangerous ski slopes in the world, but it is also home to the oldest amateur ski race in the world.
Taking place every January, 1,700 skiers set off individually.