Jan 26, 2018 - 7:26 PM
I've skied both Chamonix and the Jungfrau region and found the Jungfrau a lot better in terms of access and variety. The problem with Chamonix is how spread out the lifts are. You can't really ski from lift to lift like you can elsewhere. There are several ski areas in the valley, but you need to take the bus to get from 1 to the next.
The Jungfrau is split into 3 areas, First, Kleine Scheidegg and Wengen with a mixture of north and south facing slopes. If the snow is top to bottom you could theoretically ski from from First to Wengen using just cable cars, but the individual areas are so big I've never bothered to do this.
Zermatt has excellent slopes, most of which are above the tree line. If you haven't been there before it is a magical place in winter. Jeremy Clarkson skies there.
Hope this is of some help. Enjoy your trip.