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The 10 most influential Dutch winter sport websites in 2018

Europeans from every country love to ski, but the Dutch have an outsize love for the slopes. They descend en masse on Alpine resorts, most of them Austrian, like Gerlos, Westendorf, Kirchberg, Sankt Anton and Ischgl. In 2012, while the country was still struggling with recession, nearly 900.000 -out of a population of almost 17 million- spend one or more winter holidays in the snow. This winter season, well over 1.1 million Dutch people are expected to enjoy the snow, and the bitter cold of the last few weeks is..

Hauser Kaibling : most beautiful slopes in the eastern Alps

Hauser Kaibling is the local ski area of Haus im Ennstal, nestled in the beautiful Schladming-Dachstein region. This corner of Austria resides somewhat under the radar of many winter sport enthusiasts but is definitely worth visiting. Hauser Kaibling has not yet been discovered by mass-tourism which is remarkable considering it's close proximity to the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany. Residents of nearby Salzburg Stadt cherish this little gem as Haus im Ennstal provides them with an easy-accessible getaway...

The SkiWelt: phenomenal skiing in the Tyrolean Alps

The ski area of ​​SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is one of the most famous and popular destinations for a winter sports holiday in Austria. Certainly among the Dutch and the British the SkiWelt has been a longtime-favorite destination. The entire ski area counts no fewer than 284 kilometers of slopes and is therefore one of the largest interconnected ski areas in Austria. The SkiWelt offers a good choice of nine different Tyrolean villages, from traditional, quiet Scheffau to the more bustling Söll and Westendo..

Chamonix is not just for adrenaline junkies

Surrounded by some of the most magnificent scenery the Alps has to offer Chamonix is one of the most established French Alpine ski-resorts and certainly France’s best all-(year)round ski resort. There are few places to match Chamonix as far as the variety of terrain and snowconditions are concerned. Some of the finest expert terrain in the world -much of it off-piste, ski touring, gentle family tree-lined runs, and legendary glacier descents will keep everyone busy and excited, from novice to brain-dead daredevils.

Sankt Anton: for those who like to mix it up a bit

Regarded as the cradle of modern Alpine skiing, Sankt Anton is rightly established as one of the world’s big-name ski resorts. And for a good reason: it combines world-class skiing with a bustling apres-ski. Famous for its beauty and breathtaking scenery. Sitting in a narrow valley at the foot of the Arlberg pass Sankt Anton is a long, sprawling place, with bags of traditional character.  Bustling with activity throughout the day and late into the night.The vast ski area is serviced by several modern cablecars, ..

Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa is a lovely resort part of the Sella Ronda. This is such a great skiing area which is too vast to cover in a week, we would be quite happy to come back to do the rest. The area is very suitable for intermediates. It has nice wide ..

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Zell am See

Had my best skiing holiday ever, during the first week of February 2008. It was our first time to visit Zell am Zee, and we were very impressed. It's a beautiful area, great town, loads of restaurants and bars, plenty of shopping and facilities, and ..

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Campitello di Fassa

Pisten zijn niet echt rood, maar rose...zeer goed geprepareerd..erg veel liften ,gondels en telecabines...overal genoeg gezellige restaurants op de piste.Mooie brede pisten. Campitello zelf heeft zeer weinig terrassen voor apres-ski. Weinig gezellige..

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Foppolo

The two chair lifts up from Foppolo were 4 chair and slow but adequate for the number of people skiing (very few). Except for the weekends there are virtually no waiting lines. Once up you 'll notice the many blues and reds. A few days is enough t..

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La Plagne

Went from 16-23 February 2008 (half term week) and stayed at the Maeva Lauze appartments in La Plagne 1800.The apartments are about a 150 metres walk downhill to a gentle piste that takes you to the chairlift out of the village. You then need to take..

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Saalbach Hinterglemm

We said we would never use same resort 2 years running but our group of 5 all agreed to return. We met German and Dutch Skiers on their 12th and 16th consecutive years. Great variety of piste/off piste, very good lift systems, great affordable mounta..

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Nassfeld
Sestola
Les Sept Laux
Megeve
Jeizinen
Thollon les Memises
Pfander
Arinsal
Brunni Haggenegg
Le Grand Bornand
Naturns
Reit im Winkl

The snowiest skiresort in the Alps

When it comes to skiing, one thing you really do need over anything else, is snow. You don’t necessarily need a massive amount of it, but there's nothing quite as bad as having a ski holiday with insufficient or poor quality snow! What can guarantee good snowconditions? Weather is unpredicatable at best, especially the last few decades... The impact of climate change is not something many ski resorts want to talk about. There is no question, however, that the c-factor is a force to be reckoned with. Se..

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